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West Bengal Set 3

West Bengal Set 3

Q.1) Which among the following is the most complete cycle of Miracle Plays?

(A) Wakefield Cycle

(B) York Cycle

(C) Ludus Coven trial

(D) Towneley Cycle

Q.2) The Naked and the Dead is one of the finest novels on World War II It is written by

(A) Norman Mailer

(B) Truman Capote

(C) Saul Bellow

(D) Bernard Malamud

Q.3) Who wrote “An Ode to Himself?

(A) Ben Jonson

(B) Edmund Spenser

(C) Michael Drayton

(D) Thomas Wyatt

Q.4) Identify the critic who is the source of the title of Julian Barnes’ novel, The Sense of an Ending

(A) Malcolm Bradbury

(B) Frank Kenmode

(C) David Lodge

(D) Mark Scharer

Q.5) Who among the following first used the iambic pentameter?

(A) John Skelton

(B) The Earl of Surrey

(C) Thomas Wyatt

(D) Edmund Spenser

Q.6) Identify the chronological order that is correct

(A), Test Act Act of Uniformity, Exclusion Act, Catholic Emancipation Act

(B) Exclusion Act Act of Uniformity Test Act, Catholic Emancipation Act

(C) Act of Uniformity Test Act Exclusion Act, Catholic Emancipation Act

(D) Act of Uniformity, Test Act Catholic Emancipation Act, Exclusion Act

Q.7) Who wrote the novel A Clockwork Orange?

(A) Lawrence Durrell

(B) John Fowles

(C) Anthony Burgess

(D) Nigel Dennis

Q.8) Apart from Uncle Tom’s Cabin, Harriet Beecher Stowe examined the issue of slavery in

(A) The Minister’s Wooing

(B) Oldtown Folks

(C) Dred: A Tale of the Dismal Swamp

(D) Pink and White Tyranny

Q.9) The American tradition of the tall tale’ went to influence the fiction of

(A) Henry James

(B) Stephen Crane

(C) Theodore Dreiser

(D) Bret Harte

Q.10) Who wrote “I describe not man, but manners; not an individual but a species?

(A) Laurence Sterne

(B) Henry Fielding

(C) Daniel Defoe

(D) Jonathan Swift

Q.11) Which poem by T S Eliot has the following line:

“After such knowledge what forgiveness”?

(A) Four Quartets:

(B) Sweeney Among the Nightingales

(C) Gerontion

(D) Ash Wednesday

Q.12) Who first formulated the phrase ‘Condition of England Question”?

(A) Benjamin Disraeli

(B) Thomas Carlyle

(C) Jeremy Bentham

(D) Matthew Arnold

Q.13) Consider the following statements and indicate the correct combination:

(1) The Passionate Pilgrim was published in 1599

(2) The title page mentioned that it was ‘By W Shakespeare’

(3) All 154 sonnets of Shakespeare appeared here first

(4) The volume also contained poems by other authors


(A) 1, 2 and 3 are correct

(B) 3 and 4 are correct

(C) 1, 2 and 4 are correct

(D) 2, 3 and 4 are correct

Q.14) Who was not a University Wit, yet was known as one of them?

(A) Thomas Kyd

(B) Christopher Marlowe

(C) Robert Greene

(D) Thomas Nashe

Q.15) Match the dramatists named in List A with their plays given in List B from the codes given below:

List A

(a) Philip Massinger

(b) John Ford

(c) John Marston

(d) Beaumont and Fletcher

List B

(1) The Witch of Edmonton

(2) A King and No King

(3) Antonio’s Revenge

(4) The City Madam


A. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-1, (d)-2

B. (a)-3, (b)-2, (c)-1, (d)-2

C. (a)-4, (b)-2, (c)-3, (d)-1

D. (a)-3, (b)-1, (c)-2, (d)-4

Q.16) Who wrote the following lines?

Some have at first for wits the poets past Tum’ d Critics next, and proved plains fools at last

(A) John Dryden

(B) Alexander Pope

(C) Samuel Johnson

(D) Thomas Otway

Q.17) Which among the following is a dystopic nov ande 50

(A) Erewhon

(B) Island

(C) New Atlantis

(D) The Handmaid’s Tale

Q.18) In which year did John Keats write his six great odes?

(A) 1814

(B) 1819

(C) 1815

(D) 1820

Q.19) Which character in the General Prologue to the Canterbury Tales is described in the following lines

he hadde been some time in chivalry in Flanders, in Artois and Picardye

And born him wel as of so litel space lady grace

In hope to standen in his

(A) The Knight

(B) The Squire

(C) The Parson

(D) The Merchant

Q.20) Who is the speaker of the following lines?

Ah, but a man’s reach should exceed his grasp or what’s a heaven for?

(A) Porphyria’s Lover

(B) Andrea del Sarto

(C) Fra Lippo Lippi

(D) The Bishop orders His Tomb at Saint Praxed’s

Q.21) Which among the following works by John Bunyan is not an allegory”

(A) The Life and Death of Mr.Badman

(B) Pilgrim’s Progress

(C) Grace Abounding

(D) John Crowne

Q.22) Match the British playwrights in List A with their plays in List B

List A

(a) John Osborne

(b) Edward Bond

(c) Tom Stoppard

(d) Harold Pinter

List B

(1) The Lover

(2) Travesties

(3) A Patriot for Me

(4) The Pope’s Wedding


A. (a)-2, (b)-4, (c)-1, (d)-3

B. (a)-3, (b)-2, (c)-4, (d)-1

C. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-2, (d)-1

D. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-2, (d)-1

Q.23) In which poem does Dryden compare Charles II with Emperor Augustus?

(A) The Hind and The Panther

(B) Ann us Mirabilis

(C) Astrea Redux

(D) Religio Laici

Q.24) Who wrote Diana of the Crossways?

(A) Charles Dickens

(B) William Thackeray

(C) George Meredith

(D) Charles Kingsley

Q.25) Which novel inspired Bram Stoker’s Dracula?

(A) Things as They Are, or The Adventures of Caleb Williams

(B) The Monk: A Romance

(C) The Vampyre

(D) Vathek

Q.26) Which is considered to be the first detective novel in English?

(A) The Moonstone

(B) A Study in Scarlet

(C) The Sign of Four

(D) The Notting Hill

Q.27) The title of which novel included the following words:

“Translated by William Marshall, Gent From the Original Italian of Onuphrio Muralto”

(A) The Castle of Otranto

(B) Castle Dangerous

(C) Castle Rackrent

(D) The Monk

Q.28) Mario Vargas Llosa is not the author of

(A) The Dream Below the Sun

(B) The Time of the Hero

(C) The Green House

(D) Aunt Julia and the Script Writer

Q.29) Name the author of The Awakening

(A) Marie Sedgwick

(B) Grace King

(C) Kate Chopin

(D) Sarah Orne Jewett

Q.30) In which novel does Kajuo Ishiguro use the third-person narrative mode?

(A) When We Were Orphans

(B) An Artist of the Floating World

(C) The Unconsoled

(D) The Buried Giant

Q.31) Match the authors in List A with their works in List B according to the codes given

List A

(a) Graham Greene

(b) E. M. Foster

(c) William Golding

(d) D. H. Lawrence

List B

(1) Darkness Visible

(2) The Plumed Serpent

(3) Our Man in Havana

(4) Maurice


A. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-1, (d)-2

B. (a)-2, (b)-3, (c)-4, (d)-1

C. (a)-4, (b)-2, (c)-2, (d)-1

D. (a)-1, (b)-4, (c)-2, (d)-3

Q.32) Which of the following is an example of emblem poetry?

(A) Donne’s “The Good Morrow

(B) Herbert’s ‘Easter Wings

(C) Donne’s “The Flea

(D) Herbert’s “The Collar

Q.33) Which poem begins with the following lines?

“In a summer season when the sun was mild I clad myself in clothes as I’d become a sheep

(A) Purity

(B) The Legend of Good Women

(C) The Vision of Piers Plowman

(D) Pearl

Q.34) Match the books in List A with their authors in List B according to the codes given below

List A

(a) Shakespearean Negotiations

(b) Alternative Shakespeares

(c) Political Shakespeare

(d) A Feminist Companion to Shakespeare

List B

(1) John Drakakis

(2) Stephen Greenblatt

(3) Dympne Callaghan

(4) Jonathan Dollimore and Alan Sinfield


A. (a)-2, (b)-1, (c)-4, (d)-3

B. (a)-1, (b)-2, (c)-3, (d)-4

C. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-2, (d)-1

D. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-1, (d)-2

Q.35) de cobean dramatist? Who among the following is not a

(A) John Webster

(B) Francis Beaumont

(C) Thomas Otway

(D)Thomas Dekker

Q.36) The dedication of which poem begins with the following lines

Bob Southey! You’re a poet, poet laureate

And representative of all the race

(A) “Don Juan

(B) Revolt of Islam

(C) ‘Lamia’

(D) ‘Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage”

Q.37) Match the contemporary British authors in List A with their countries of origin in List B

List A

(a) Abdulrazak Gurnah

(b) Buchi Emecheta

(c) Caryl Phillips

(d) Benjamin Zephaniah

List B

(1) Nigeria

(2) Jamaica

(3) Tanzania

(4) St. Kitts, West Indies

A. (a)-4, (b)-2, (c)-1, (d)-3

B. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-2, (d)-1

C. (a)-3, (b)-1, (c)-4, (d)-2

D. (a)-1, (b)-3, (c)-2, (d)-4

Q.38) From which poem by W. B. Yeats did Chinua Achebe take the title, Things fall Apart

(A) Byzantium

(B) ‘Sailing to Byzantium

(C) The Tower’

(D) The Second Coming”

Q.39) With which poem does the 1800 version of The Lyrical Ballads begin?

(A) “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’

(B) Lines Written a few Miles above Tintern Abbey’

(C) “Expostulation and Reply

(D) ‘Michael’

Q.40) Who among the following responded to Peacocks’s The Four Ages of Poetry!

(A) Coleridge

(B) Wordsworth

(C) Keats

(D) Shelley

Q.41) In which book of Paradise Lost do we find the following lines?

Satan, now first influenced with rage, came down,

The tempter ere th’ accuser of mankind,

To wreak on frail man his loss

Of that first battle, and his flight to Hell

(A) Book 1

(B) Book 2

(C) Book 3

(D) Book 4

Q.42) Who coined the term ‘ Queer Studies”?

(A) Teresa de Lauretis

(B) Judith Butler

(C) Bell Hooks

(D) Gloria Anzaldua

Q.43) In Romantic criticism the theory of organic unity was articulated by

(A) Thomas Love Peacock

(B) Percy Bysshe Shelley

(C) Samuel Taylor Coleridge

(D) William Wordsworth

Q.44) Which Shakespearean character spoke the following lines?

“I am determined to prove a villain “

(A) lago

(B) Richard III

(C) Shylock

(D) Edmund

Q.45) Which play of Shakespeare took Giraldi Cinthia’s Gli Hecatommihi as its source?

(A) Coriolanus

(B) Othello

(C) Titus Andronicus

(D) All’s Well That Ends Well

Q.46) Match the authors in List A with their works in List B:

List A

(a) Thomas Dekker

(b) Beaumont and Fletcher

(c) John Lyly

(d) George Peele

List B

(1) Philaster

(2) The Arraignment of Paris

(3) Old Fortunatus

(4) Love’s Metamorphosis


A. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-2, (d)-1

B. (a)-3, (b)-1, (c)-4, (d)-2

C. (a)-2, (b)-3, (c)-1, (d)-4

D. (a)-1, (b)-2, (c)-4, (d)-3

Q.47) A ‘dead metaphor is

(A) A dirge

(B) A cliche

(C) A slang

(D) A dull expression

Q.48) Match the dramas in List A with their authors in List B:

List A

(a) Hayavadhana

(b) The Sleep Walkers

(c) Harvest

(d) The Burden

List B

(1) Nissim Ezekiel

(2) T P Kailasham

(3) Girish Karnad

(4) Manjula Padmanabhan


A. (a)-3, (b)-1, (c)-4, (d)-2

B. (a)-1, (b)-2, (c)-3, (d)-4

C. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-2, (d)-1

D. (a)-2, (b)-4, (c)-1, (d)-3

Q.49) Who institutionalized Cultural Studies at the Center for Contemporary Cultural Studies at Birmingham University?

(A) Stuart Hall

(B) Richard Haggart

(C) Raymond Williams

(D) Richard Johnson

Q.50) Who among the following said “What has been longest known has been most considered, and what is most considered is best understood”?

(A) Alexander Pope

(B) John Dryden

(C) Joseph Addison

(D) Samuel Johnson

Q.51) Given below is a statement followed by two assumptions Choose the correct option with respect to the assumptions:


Aldous Huxley, W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood all emigrated to the United States and took American citizenship


(1) They faced hostile criticism in Britain because of their pro-fascist views

(2) They faced hostile criticism in Britain because of their anti-war views

(A) Both (1) and (2) are true

(B) Both (1) and (2) are false

(C) (1) is false but (2) is true

(D) (1) is true but (2) is false

Q.52) Which two poets belonging to the group known as the ‘Movement’ were also novelists?

(A) John Wain and Kingsley Amis

(B) Donald Davie and Kingsley Amis

(C) Elizabeth Jennings and Kingsley Amis

(D) DJ Enright and Kingsley Amis

Q.53) What is a feminine rhyme?

(A) The rhyme pattern often used by women poets

(B) An unstressed syllable at the end of a line

(C) Words with two or more rhyming syllables

(D) A pause which follows an unstressed syllable

Q.54) Who wrote The Great Tradition!

(A) Lionel Trilling

(B) Harold Bloom

(C) Raymond Williams

(D) FR Leavis

Q.55) Name the critical theory which attempts to criti Q.ue the traditional practice of privileging speech over writing

(A) Structuralism

(B) Deconstruction

(C) New Criticism

(D) Russian Formalism

Q.56) Which of the following statements is true?

(A) The King Lear text has only one quarto version prior to the First Folio version

(B) Shakespeare seems to borrow the sub-plot of Gloucester and his sons from the Ovid’s Metamorphoses

(C) King Lear is the longest of Shakespeare’s plays

(D) The Complete Oxford edition prints the quarto and Folio texts as two separate plays the first as chronicle history, the second as tragedy

Q.57) Which of the following novels of David Malouf is set against the background of World War

(A) Remembering Babylon

(B) The Conversations at Curlow Creek

(C) Johnna

(D) An Imaginary Life

Q.58) Match the Indian English novelists in List A with their novels in List B:

List A

(a) Anuradha Roy

(b) Jeet Thayil

(c) Aravind Adiga

(d) Kuml Basu

List B

(1) Last Man in Town

(2) The Miniaturist

(3) An Atlas of Impossible Longing

(4) The Book of Chocolate Saints

A. (a)-1, (b)-2, (c)-4, (d)-3

B. (a)-2, (b)-4, (c)-3, (d)-1

C. (a)-4, (b)-2, (c)-3, (d)-1

D. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-1, (d)-1

Q.59) Match the author in List A with the work in List B

List A

(a) Sophoclesi

(b) Aeschylus

(c) Euripides

(d) Seneca

List B

(1) Seven Against Thebes

(2) Hippolytus

(3) Philoctetes

(4) Phoenissac

A. (a)-3, (b)-1, (c)-2, (d)-4

B. (a)-2, (b)-3, (c)-4, (d)-1

C. (a)-4, (b)-2, (c)-3, (d)-1

D. (a)-1, (b)-4, (c)-3, (d)-1

Q.60) Which among the novels listed below does not deal with the Emergency in India?

(A) The Great Indian Novel

(B) Midnight’s Children

(C) Journey to Ithaca

(D) A Fine Balance

Q.61) Which character in Dryden’s Absalom and Achitophel is identified with Charles II7 Clas

(A) Absalom

(B) David

(C) Achitophel

(D) Barzillai

Q.62) Which of the following statements is true?

(A) The Puritan Government stopped the performance of plays in August 1641

(B) The Puritan Government stopped the performance of plays in September 1642

(C) The Puritan Government stopped the performance of plays in July, 1640

(D) The Puritan Government stopped the performance of plays in March, 1645

Q.63) Who said that the novel is a “literary form of transcendental homelessness”? Par

(A) George Luk-es

(B) Mikhail Bakhtin

(C) Lucien Goldman

(D) Salman Rushdie

Q.64) Which figure of speech is defined as follows A deliberate inversion of the normal word order, especially for the sake of emphasis

(A) Hyperbaton

(B) Hypallage

(C) Hyperbole

(D) Hendiadys

Q.65) Identify the figure of speech in the following line: We shaped our culture and our culture shaped us

(A) Hyperbaton

(B) Chiasmus

(C) Anaphora

(D) Asyndeton

Q.66) There have been several descriptions of Indian writing in English Match the author/crities in List A with there comments in List B:

List A

(a) R. K. Narayan

(b) Salman Rushdie

(c) Tabish Khair

(d) Fredric Jameson

List B

(1) Babu Fictions

(2) National Allegories

(3) Toasted English

(4) Chutnification

A. (a)-2, (b)-3, (c)-4, (d)-1

B. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-1, (d)-2

C. (a)-4, (b)-3, (c)-2, (d)-1

D. (a)-1, (b)-2, (c)-4, (d)-3

Q.67) According to Jean Bandrillard, the precession of simulacra is one of the following:”

(A) Mimetic representation of the real

(B) Representation that precedes and determines the real

(C) Misrepresentation of the mass produced image as real

(D) Parody of the real

Q.68) Who wrote the famous Letters from Turkey giving a pictures Q.ue description of life and manners in the Ottoman empire?

(A) Lady Mary Worley Montagu

(B) Lady Elizabeth Montagu

(C) Elizabeth Strutt

(D) Elizabeth Justice

Q.69) In which work do we find the following sentence:

“It is the honourable characteristic of poetry that its materials are to be found in every subject which can interest the human mind “

(A) The Study of Poetry!

(B) Lyrical Ballads

(C) Biographia Literaria

(D) The Hero as Poet’

Q.70) Which of the following is not a campus novel?

(A) Lucky Jim

(B) Decline and Fall

(C) The History

(D) Nice Work

Q.71) Which of the following plays is not a city comedy?

(A) The Shoemaker’s Holiday

(B) A Mad World, My Masters

(C) A Chaste Maid in Cheapside

(D) A Woman Killed with Kindness

Q.72) Which author said “want to produce a feminine e Q.ualem of the curren masculine realism”

(A) Dorothy Richardson

(B) Anais Nin

(C) Simone de Beauvoir

(D) Virginia Woolf

Q.73) Who among the following philosophers dinge Blake!

(A) Emanuel Swedenborg

(B) St. Augustine

(C) Paracelsus

(D) Jacob Bochme

Q.74) Which one of the following is me a principle of Deep Ecology?

(A) Engage in specific environmental issues of pollution, conservation de the protection of human interest

(B) Maintaiming ecological and cultural diversity

(C) Human being as ecological sell and believer of bicentric egalitarianis

(D) Deeply impassioned and ethical engagement of the scientist with ang

Q.75) Who wrote The Practice of Everyday

(A) Michel Pecheas

(B) Michel de Certam

(C) Michel Foucault

(D) Mitchelle Giroux

Q.76) Who wrote the Principles of Geolings which had a significant influence on the rare of the Victorian period?

(A) Frances Galton

(B) Charles Lyell

(C) John Keble

(D) Charles Darwin

Q.77) Which of the following works by Amitav Ghosh va novel

(A) In an Antique Land

(B) Countdown

(C) The Circle of Reason

(D) The Imam and the Indian

Q.78) What according to Aristotle in Ps is the first and foremost quality to be evicted in the protagonist of tragedy”

(A) That he must obey the gods

(B) That he must be great

(C) That he must be good

(D) That he must be heroic

Q.79) Given below are four statements two of which are false Choose the correct options

(1) Freud and Jung are both essentialists in framing their theories of psychoanalysis

(2) Both Freud and Jung were concerned with the Collective Unconscious

(3) Lacan was indebted to Jung in developing his psychoanalytic formulations

(4) Lacanian psychoanalytic theory is poststructuralist in its orientation


(A) 1 and 2 are false

(B) 2 and 3 are false

(C) 3 and 4 are false

(D) 1 and 4 are false

Q.80) Which novel by William Faulkner deals with the history of ‘Sutpen’s Hundred”?

(A) As I Lay Dying

(B) Light in August

(C) The Sound and the Fury

(D) Absalom, Absalom!

Q.81) The statement that imagination “dissolves, differences, dissipates in order to recreate” relates to:

(A) Wordsworth’s theory of imagination

(B) Shelley’s theory of imagination

(C) Coleridge’s theory of imagination

(D) Blakes’s theory of imagination

Q.82) Which of Joseph Conrad’s novels deals the political conflict over a silver mine in a South American country?

(A) Lord Jim

(B) Almayer’s Folly

(C) Nostromo

(D) The Nigger of ‘Narcissus

Q.83) Which among the following list of Henry James’s fictional works is considered to be a ghost story?

(A) The Turn of the Screw

(B) The Bostonians

(C) What Maisie Knew

(D) The Golden Bow!

Q.84) Who translated Girish Kamad’s Yayati (originally written in Kannada) into English?

(A) B. V. Karanth

(B) U. R. Anantha Murthy

(C) A. K. Ramanujan

(D) Girish Karnad

Q.85) Who wrote the following:

“the language of the age is never the language of poetry”

(A) William Wordsworth

(B) S.T. Coleridge

(C) Thomas Gray

(D) P. B. Shelley

Q.86) Who can be credited with the observation that even Homer sometimes nods”?

(A) Plato

(B) John Dryden

(C) Dr. Samuel Johnson

(D) Horace

Q.87) Given below is an Assertion (A) and Reason (R) Choose the correct option from the codes:

Assertion: Longinus’s theory of genius is an anticipation of the Romantic notion of the poet

Reason: It privileges erratic genius over flawless and impeccable mediocrity


(A) (A) is true while (R) is false

(B) (A) is false while (R) is true

(C) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)

(D) (A) and (R) both false

Q.88) The Female Eunuch is written by

(A) Judith Butler

(B) Hannah Arendt

(C) Simone de Beauvoir

(D) Germaine Greer Who wrote the following:

Q.89) “The parts of a composition may be poetical, without the composition as a whole being a poem”

(A) William Wordsworth

(B) S.T. Coleridge

(C) P.B. Shelley

(D) William Hazlitt

Q.90) “To burn always with this hard, gem-like flame, to maintain this ecstasy’s success in life” is from which of the following works?

(A) Marius the Epicurean

(B) The Renaissance

(C) Modem Painters

(D) Unto this Last

Q.91) Identify the patron to whom the largest number of Horace’s Odes are addressed

(A) Virgil

(B) Augustus

(C) Maecenas

(D) Philo

Q.92) In which Book of Aeneid does Aeneas organise the Funeral Games organised for the anniversary of Anchises’ death?

(A) Book IV

(B) Book VI

(C) Book V

(D) Book 11

Q.93) Which among the following authors wrote the play Becken?

(A) Robert Browning

(B) Oscar Wilde

(C) Algemon Charles Swinburne

(D) Alfred Lord Tennyson

Q.94) The theory that an act of poetic creation implies a misreading of an earlier

poet was developed by

(A) Paul de Mann

(B) Norman Holland

(C) David Bleich

(D) Harold Bloom

Q.95) From which work of Thomas Carlyle does M H Abrams take the title of his book, Natural Supernaturalism?

(A) Sartor Resartus

(B) Past and Present

(C) On Heroes and Hero-Worship

(D) The French Revolution: A History

Q.96) With which artistic movement is Ezra Pound most commonly associated?

(A) Surrealism

(B) Impressionism

(C) Expressionism

(D) Imagism

Q.97) Choose the option that matches correctly the authors in List A with works in

List A

(a) Gorgio Vasari

(b) King James

(c) Dante

(d) Erasmus

List B

(1) Demonalogic

(2) Vita Nuova

(3) Handbook of a Christian Knight

(4) The Lives of the most excellent painters, sculptors and architects

A. (a)-4, (b)-1, (c)-2, (d)-3

B. (a)-3, (b)-4, (c)-2, (d)-1

C. (a)-2, (b)-1, (c)-4, (d)-3

D. (a)-1, (b)-3, (c)-4, (d)-2

Q.98) Who coined the term the ‘implied author?

(A) Percy Lubbock

(B) David Lodge

(C) F.R. Leavis

(D) Wayne Booth

Q.99) Which among the following is not a Kitchen-sink play?

(A) Bedroom Farce

(B) Look Back in Anger

(C) A Taste of Honey

(D) Roots

Q.100) Did not great Julius bleed for justice’ sake? Who said these words?

(A) Cassius

(B) Mark Antony

(C) Brutus

(D) Octavius