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English Literature Quiz 68

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What is humanism ?

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Eve before the Fall might best be described as ?

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Who wrote ?The love song of J. Alfred Prufrock? ?

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Which of the following are characters of ?Much ado about nothing? ?

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Which theorist is associated with the idea that art is a copy of a copy ?

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The churchyard of St. Paul?s Cathedral was well-known for its____________?

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Words such as ?edit? and ?house__keep? are instances of ____________?

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Which speaker said that ?God is more nearer to us than our own soul ??

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The final sounds /t/, /d/, and /id/ in the words packed, bagged and patted are instances of__________?

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Graham Greene?s novels are marked by ?

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Which college did William Wordsworth attend ?

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Ezra Pound?s ?Canto I? opens with the following lines: ?And then went down to the ship,/Set keel to breakers, forth on the godly sea, and(?).? Which of the following statements best characterizes these lines and the poem as a whole ?

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In 1905, VirginiaWoolf began to write for which publication ?

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What is the full name of the novel Frankenstein ?

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According to the Geneva School, what is the function of the reader ?

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In the play, ?Macbeth,? according to the witches, who will inherit the Scottish throne ?

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Which hero made his earliest appearance in Celtic literature before becoming a staple subject in French, English, and German literatures ?

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In 1583, which playwright became in control of the first Blackfriars Theatre along with director William Hunnis ?

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Which metrical form was Pope said to have brought to perfection ?

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Which angel wields a large sword in the battle and wounds Satan ?

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What is the earliest surviving European poem ?

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The /p/ in ?top__most? is a ______________?

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Which twelfth-century poet or poets were indebted to Breton storytellers for their narratives ?

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The cautious old gentleman knit his brows tenfold closer after this explanation, being sorely puzzled by the ratiocination of the syllogism; while methought the one in pepper and salt eyed him with something of a triumphant leer. At length he observed, that all this was very well, but still he thought the story a little extravagant ? there were one or two points on which he had his doubts. ?Faith, sir,? replied the story-teller, ?as to that matter, I don?t believe one half of it myself.? This passage exemplifies_____________?

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One of the central themes of Wordsworth?s ?Peter Bell? is _________________?

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Which of the following has been a significant development in British theater since the abolition of censorship in 1968 ?

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Which term is most closely affiliated with the female Gothic ?

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The Novel of Lawrence banned by the government was_________________?

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Uneasy lies the head that_______________( King Henry four, part two)?

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Which of the following themes or ideas are closely associated with the Native American way of life ?

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Where an unpaid seller has made part delivery of the goods he may exercise his right ____________?

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Shakespeare made Stratford his regular home in ?

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Apess concludes his piece by____________?

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Which of Shakespeare?s play is his only play that has never been adopted for film or Television ?

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Shakespeare?s only son Hamnet died in_____________?

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Which of the following novelists best represents the mid-Victorian period?s contentment with the burgeoning economic prosperity and decreased restiveness over social and political change ?

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Usher can only stand types of noises in his acutely uncomfortable state. The narrator describes a number of impromptus that Usher plays for him on which instrument ?

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In The Inferno, who initially leads him around hell ?

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Which bird did the Ancient Mariner kill ?

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What event occurs in the final lines of John Milton?s ?Paradise Lost? ?

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In the play, ?Macbeth,? who is the goddess of witchcraft ?

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Who wrote: ?My name is Ozymandias, King of Kings / Look on my works ye mighty, and despair!? ?

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John Milton?s ?Areopagitica? is best described by which of the following genres ?

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Which of the following literary devices are present in Langston Hughes?s poem ?Ku Klux? ?

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With whom did John Keats have a love affair ?

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What did Henry James describe as loose baggy monsters ?

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To whom Edmund Spenser dedicated the work The Faerie Queene ?

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Ecotheorists tend to show an interest in which of the following ?

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The literary work of ?Kubla Khan? is_________________?

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Who is the author of ?The Rime of the Ancient Mariner? ?

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