SHREE KALJIBHAI R. KATARA ARTS COLLEGE, SHAMLAJI B. A. EXAMINATION- Sem-VI
English : CC - 606 ( Introduction to Romantic & Victorian Age) [MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS]
Time: 1.00 Hour] [ Marks: 50 _______________________________________________________________________________
1. Which of the following is a feature of the Romantic Poetry? (a) urban background (b) intellectual quality (c) subjectivity and spontaneity (d) none of the above
2. Which of the following is not the characteristic of the Romantic Age? (a) The subtle sense of mystery (b) greater output of novel
(c) Interest in Humanity (d)none of the above 3. During the Victorian Age, many writers protested against _______
(a) the democratic values (b) the new- education
(c) the deadening effects of the conventions (d) none of the above 4. Which of the following is not the characteristic of the Victorian Age (a) Interest in the past (b) The new education
(c) Intellectual Developments (d) none of the above 5. Mention the name of the pioneer of the Oxford Movement.
(a) Cardinal New man (b) feels it’s time for something new (c) is upset with his parents (d) none of the above
6. In which year English romantic movement began? (a) 1738 (b) 1768 (c) 1778 (d) 1798 7. Who is the poet of the romantic school?
8. Who was the representative poet of the Victorian Age?
(a) Milton (b) Wordsworth (c) Alfred Tennyson (d) Pope 9. Who is the writer of “Vanity Fair”?
(a) Thackeray (b) Wordsworth (c) Alfred Tennyson (d) Pope 10. Who wrote “Christabel”?
(a) Thackeray (b) Wordsworth (c) Alfred Tennyson (d) S.T.Coleridge 11. What is another name for the Oxford Movement?
(a) the Tractarian Movement (b) the Literary Movement (c) the Political Movement (d) it has not another name
12. In the sonnet ‘The World is too much with us’ the poet shows himself in sympathy with- (a) a creed outworn (b) paganism
(c) materialistic outlook (d) none of the above 13. Proteus is a -
(a) sea-deity of the Greeks (b) rain god of the Greeks (c) the son of Poseidon (d) none of the above
14. Which of the poems written by Tennyson contains the lyric, ‘O Swallow Swallow’? (a) In Memoriam (b) The Princess (c) The Idylls of the king (d) none of the above 15. “Where ignorant armies clash by night,”This line occurs in-
(a) Dover Beach (b) Absalom and Achitophel
(c) The World is too much with us (d) The Last Ride Together 16. ‘The Last Ride Together’ is-
(a) dramatic monologue (b) a song (c) an elegy (d) none of the above 17. Who wrote the poem ”Dover Beach”?
(a) habitual pessimistic mood (b) comic nature (c) enthusiasm for reforms (d) none of the above
19. “Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought.” This line occurs in the poem- (a) To a Skylarl (b) Dover Beach (c) O Swallow Swallow (d) none of the above 20. ‘In profuse strains of unpremeditated art.’ In this line thw word ‘unpremeditated’ means- (a) determined (b) spontaneous
(c) artificial (d) none of the above
21. The poem ‘O Swallow Swallow’ is written by ________
(a) P.B.Shelley (b) Alfred Tennyson (c) Wordsworth (d) Milton 22. Charles Dickens was born in _________
(a) 1812 (b) 1820 (c) 1825 (d) 1830 23. Who is the writer of the novel ‘Hard Times’?
(a) Thackeray (b) Wordsworth (c) Alfred Tennyson (d) Charles Dickens 24. The novel ‘Hard Times’ was published in _______
(a) 1854 (b) 1856 (c) 1860 (d) 1861 25. The novel ‘Hard Times’ is partly ________
(a) autobiographical (b) historical (c) religious (d) none of these 26. In ‘Hard Times’ gradgrind and Bounderby represent _________
(a) the worst evils of the system of education (b) the worst evils of capitalistic life (c) the worst evils of religion (d) none of these
27. Who is Tom?
(a) Son of Gradgrind (b) Son of Louisa (c) James Hearthouse (d) None of these 28. “Lyrical Ballads” appeared in ________
(a) 1798 (b) 1898 (c) 1698 (d) 1890
(a) David (b) Darcy (c) Heathcliff (d) none of these 30. Which of the following works contains supernatural element? (a) The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (b) Sense and Sensibility (c) Sartor and Resartus (d) none of these
31. Which of the following works does not contain autobiographical element?
(a) Jane Eyre (b) David Copperfield (c) Heroes and Heroworship (d) none of these 32. Who wrote the novel ‘Kenilworth’?
(a) Walter Scott (b) Charles Dickens (c) Jane Austen (d) John Galsworthy 33. ‘Don Juan’ written by Lord Byron belongs to______?
(a) Romantic Age (b) Victorian Age (c) Augustan Age (d) Age of Milton
34. Which literary work by Wordsworth and Coleridge marks the beginning of the Romantic Revival?
(a) The Lyrical Ballads (b) Dover Beach (c) O Swallow Swallow (d) none of the above 35. Who was the writer of ‘Great Expectations’?
(a) Walter Scott (b) Charles Dickens (c) Jane Austen (d) John Galsworthy 36. Who is Mrs. Sparsit in ‘Hard Times’?
(a) Louisa’s aunt (b) Bounderby’s middle aged housekeeper (c) a lady born in the poor family (d) none of above
37. Who wrote ‘Sense and Sensibility’?
(a) Jane Austen (b) Ruskin (c) Browning (d) Carlyle 38. Who wrote the poem ‘Christabel’?
(a) Jane Austen (b) Ruskin (c) Browning (d) Coleridge 39. Who wrote ‘The Ring and the Book’?
40. Who wrote ‘Unto This Last’?
(a) Jane Austen (b) Ruskin (c) Browning (d) Coleridge 41. Who wrote ‘Sartor Resartus’?
(a) Carlyle (b) Ruskin (c) Browning (d) Coleridge
42. Which of the following women writer belong to the Victorian Era?
(a) Emily Eliot (b) Charlotte Bronte (c) George Bronte (d) All of these 43. What type of novel ‘Kenilworth’ is?
(a) autobiographical (b) historical (c) religious (d) none of these 44. What is the nick name of Cecilia Jupe?
(a) Sissy (b) Nicky (c) Rummy (d) none of these 45. With whom did Arnold visit Dover?
(a) his wife (b) his friend (c) his teacher (d) none of these 46. ‘Great Expectations’ is the _______ novel by Dickens.
(a) 13th (b) 10th (c) 12th (d) none of these 47. When was ‘The Ring and the book’ published?
(a) 1865 (b) 1868 (c) 1872 (d) 1874
48. In which megazine Ruskin’s ‘Unto This Last’ is first published between August and December 1860?
(a) Cornhill Megazine (b) Tatler (c) The Spectator (d) None of these 49. When was ‘Sense and Sensibility’ published?