2.Who wrote “Art for Art’s Sake?”
3. When was Johnson’s dictionary published?
4.Who was the greatest of the war poets?
5. “Light breaks where no sun shines” is written by…
6.’Pleasant and Unpleasant’ is the name of
7. The accession of Queen Victoria was in.
8.’Collectiv unconscious’ is associated with
9. “Bliss was it in that down to be alive, but to be young was very heaven” what do these lines of Wordsworth suggest.
10.’The Medal’ was written by
11. “I see in Wordsworth the Nature Man rising up against The spiritual men continually and then he is no poet but a heathen Philosopher at enmity against all true poetry for inspiration.” Who said this?
12. The birthday party is
13. Who said about Wordsworth as follows “His poetry is the reality , his philosophy is the illusion.
15. Shelley was expelled from the University College Oxford because of his…..
16.Who is the prince among essayist?
18. Iliad was first translated into English by
19. Lamb was the most delightful, the most provoking and sensible of man. He always made the best pun and the best remark in the course of the evening.” Which of Charles lamb's friend said this?
20.The line “I am not prince Hamlet, nor was meant to be” belong to T.S. Eliot’s poem.
21. Who said? Literature always anticipates life. It does not copy it, but moulds it to its purpose.”
22. Adonais by Shelly is an elegy on
23. Who said? “I awoke one morning and found myself famous”
24.Malapropism is coined after a character in
25. Out of the four names given below, three poems are by TS Eliot. Point out the one that is not a poem by him.
26. “The Beggar Opera’ was written by
27. “Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close friend of the maturing sun.” From which poem the above lines are taken?
28. “In Milton there is always an appearance of effort in Shakespeare, scarcely any.’’ This remark has been made by
29. The popularity of Shakespeare's plays in the present days is due to.
30.‘Halmet and His Problems’ is written by
31. What is ‘Bathos’ in Literature?
32. Which play deals with the cruelty of solitary confinement?
33. Name the largest single collection of Arthurian legends in English.
34.The name of the protagonist of “The Mayor of Casterbridge “ is
35. Tottle’s Miscellany is a collection of songs and sonnets buy Wyatt and Surrey, the “courtly makers after.” After whom is the miscellany named?
36.Negative capability is associated with
37. About Tottle’s miscellany a character in Shakespeare's play says, “I had rather than forty shillings I had my book of songs and sonnets here? Who is the speaker and in which play?
38. Fairy queen is modified after
39. Who in Shakespeare's Hamlet mumbles a song from the “Book of Songs and Sonnets” known as Tottle’s Miscellany?
41. In 1576 James Burbage built the first playhouse in England, known as “The Theatre” at.
42. “it is a trite but true observation that examples work more forcibly on the mind then precept” These are the word that we come across in the beginning of
43. “Burlesque, Parody and Travesty” what is common among these three terms.
44.The phrase Waverly Novels is associated with………….
45. The Heroic Couplet was first used by…
46.What could be the tragic flow in Hamlet?
47. Who wrote “when a poet's mind is perfectly equipped of its work, it is constantly amalgamating human experience”?
48.Beacuse of whose refusal that the post of poet Leaureate went to Robert Southey in 1813?
49. Who said “The 20th century is still the 19th, although it may in time acquired its own character?
50. “Milton, thou shouldst be living at his hour.” This statement is given by