UGC NET English Mock Test 2 July 9, 2021 oppnmedia Leave a comment Welcome to your UGC NET English Mock Test 2 1. Which of the following sequences is correct?(A) Vanity Fair, Henry Esmond, Middle march, The Return of the Native(B) Henry Esmond, Vanity Fair, Middle march, The Return of the Native(C) Middle march, The Return of the Native, Vanity Fair, Henry Esmond(D) The Return of the Native, Middle march, Vanity Fair, Henry Esmond 2. The test of a good lyric is(A) Sincerity(B) Variety(C) Morality(D) Puerility 3. Queen Victoria’s reign, after whom the Victorian period is named, spans-(A)1833-1901(B) 1837-1901(C) 1840-1905(D) 1842-1905 4. Who invited the term ‘comic-epic in prose’?(A) Pope(B) Henry James(C) Walter Scott(D) Henry Fielding 5.Pre-Raphaelite poetry is mainly concerned with(A) narrative and style(B) narrative and nature(C) form and design(D) form and value 6. ‘epic theatre’ was developed by-(A) Shakespeare(B) Marlowe(C) Bernard Shaw(D) Bertolt Brecht 7. The concept of mad woman in the attic can be traced to(A) The tenant of Wildfell Hell(B) Villette(C) Wuthering Heights(D) Jane Eyre 8. ‘epic theatre’is a form of drama which-(A) narrates rather than represents(B) rejects Aristotlean convention of unities(C) appeal more to intellect than to emotion(D) all of above 9. Who among the Victorians is called the prophet of modern society?(A) Ruskin(B) Carlyle(C) Macaulay(D) Arnold 10. ‘Doggerel’ is rather a term of abuse which is-(A) applied to rough, poorly cons-tructed trivial verse(B) characterized by strong mono-tonous rhythm(C) usually for satiric or comic effect(D) all of above 11.Who among the following is not a pilgrim in the Canterbury Tales?(A) The Haberdasher(B) The Tapyser(C) The Blacksmith(D) The Summoner 12. Poetry is classified as epic, narrative or dramatic on the basis of-(A) manner of imitation(B) medium of imitation(C) object of imitation(D) none of the above 13. Bosola is the executioner in(A) The Spanish tragedy(B) The Duchess of Malfi(C) The White Devil(D) The Jew of Malta 14. A short singing poem, which expre- sses a single emotion usually per-sonal is known as-(A) interlude(B) free verse(C) lyric(D) epilogue 15.The mystery plays deal with(A) The life of Christ(B) The New Testament(C) Psalms(D) Apocrypha 16. ‘comedy’ means a literary work that end on the happy note has in it material selected and managed in such a manner as it-(A) arouses our interest(B) involves our perception(C) amuses us(D) all the above 17. The Faerie Queene is based on(A) Utopia(B) Tottel’s Miscellany(C) Morte d’ Arthur(D) Orlando Furioso 18. ‘Dirge’ is a palace of music which suits to the-(A) marriage(B) child-birth(C) funeral(D) all of above 19. Choose the correct chronological sequence of the following plays(A) King Lear, Othello, Macbeth, Hamlet(B) Othello, Macbeth, King Lear, Hamlet(C) Hamlet, Othello, King Lear, Macbeth(D) Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, Macbeth 20.An epic is usually defined as a long narrative poem which-(A) deals with the destiny of a nation or a race(B) throws light on the action of a legendry hero who is generally a superhero(C) is written in a grand style(D) all of above Time is Up!