- The romantic age in English literature began with the publication of–
A Preface to Lyrical Ballads B Preface to Shakespeare
C Preface to Ancient Marriner D Preface to Dr. Johnson
- Which of the following periodical publications (remains and magazines) appeared in the Romantic
A London Magazine + B The Spectator +
C The Edinburgh Review D The Tattler
- Which of the following is a typically Romantic poetic form?
A the fractal B the figment
C the fragment + D the cubade
- Who in the Romantic period developed a new novelistic language for the workings of the mind in flux?
A Maria Edge worth B Sir Walter Scott
C Joanna Baillie D Jan Austen +
- The Romantic Age in English literatere are began with the publication of ¾
A Preface to Shakespeare B Preface to lyrical Ballads +
C Preface to ancient Mariners D Preface to Dr. Johnson
- Who is known as ‘the poet of nature’ is English literature?
A Lord Tennyson B John Mlton
C William words worth + D John Keats
- ‘The solitary Reaper’ written by W. Wordsworth is a ¾
A heroic poem B romantic poem +
C Classical poem D didactic poem
- Wordsworth is a ¾ poet.
A classical B modern
C romantic + D Greek
- “Ten thousands saw I at a glance” ¾ who said this?
A Shakespeare B Coleridge
C Keats D Wordsworth +
- Who is called the ‘Poet of childhood’?
A William Blake B William Shakespeare
C William Caxton D William Wordsworth +
- Who wrote the ‘ Lyrical Ballads’?
A William Blake and William Wordsworth
B William Shakespeare and William Blake
C William words worth and S.T. Coleridge +
D George tlerbert and Robert tlerrick
- ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ is a ¾
A play B short story
C novel D poem +
- The literary work ‘kubla khan’ is a ¾
A a history by Vincent smith
B a verse by Coleridge +
C a drama by Oscar wilde
D a short story by Somerset Maugham
- Who is called the ‘ father of both the regional and historical novel?
A Walter Scott + B Henry Fielding
C Daniel Defoe D Samuel Richard an
- ‘Ivanhoe’ is a novel written by ¾
A Robert Browning B W. Wordsworth
C Walter Scott + D P.B. Shelley
- Who is called the poet of beauty?
A William Wordsworth B P.B. Shelly
C John Keats + D W. Shakespeare
- Keats belonged to ¾
A 18th century + B 19th century
C 20th century D 17th century
- Who wrote ” beauty is truth, truth is beauty”?
A Shakespeare B Wordsworth
C Keats + D Eliot
- ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’ and ‘ode to a Nightingale’ is written by ¾
A Wordsworth B Shelley
C Shakespeare D Keats +
- Jane Austen was a ¾
A male novelist B female novelist +
C young novelist D blind novelist
- ‘Sandi tone’ is an incomplete novel written by ¾
A Charles Dickens B Jane Austen +
C Thomas Hardy D George Eliot
- ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is a famous novel written by ¾
A John Keats B Jane Austen +
C S.T Coleridge D Shelley
- Who is the poet of sensuousness ¾
A John Keats B W. Wordsworth
C S.T. Coleridge D P. B. Shelley
- Most important feature of a romantic poetry is ¾
A Beauty B Nature
C Subjectivity D Imagination
- Wordworth was inspired by ¾
A The French Revolution
B The Russian Revolution
C The Industrial Revolution
D The American Revolution
- Who is considerd to be the rebel poet in English Literature?
A John Keats B Lord Byron
C Walter Scott D John ustin
From the Book of “Preliminary English Literature”