English Literature MCQs for Competitive Exams Online Test 99

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer English
SubjectLecturer English Test 99
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer English Online Test No. 99

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Who of the following was both a poet and painter?

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Who is the author of ‘Point Counterpoint’?

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The Last Ride Together was written by:

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Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’ is a............

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What lies half sunk in the sand in Shelley’s ‘Ozymandias’?

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The poet of ‘Romantic Age’ is:

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‘Hasting day’ in ‘To Daffodils’ means:

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‘The Art for Art sake’ theory was presented by:

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Who is William Hazlitt?

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The proper study of mankind in man. This line is taken from the work of:

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“We are such stuff as dreams are made”. Whose words are these.

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‘Andrea Del Sarto’ is a poem written by:

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Victorian Age starts from?

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‘Ballad’ is..............

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‘Who knows but the world many end to.............night.’ In which of Browning’s poems the above line appears?

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Milton’s ’Comus’ is..............

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What the term Objectivity refers?

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The only play by Shakespeare which con- firms to the classical unities is:

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Which of the following is not a play by Shakespeare?

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Who among the Romantic poet’s chores the ‘Super natural’ as his theme?

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Choose the right answer: Chaucer is the representative poet of:

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‘A Tale of Two Cities’ a novel written by:

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‘The Stone of Venice’ was written by:

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Which of following Books consists of Ruskin’s lectures:

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Arms and the Man, Candida and Man and Super Man are written by:

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