Preference

Question: Who is called the 'Poet of Nature' in english literature?

  1. a.
    P. B. Shelley
  2. b.
    Jhon Keats
  3. c.
    William Wordsworth
  4. d.
    Lord Byron
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: c

Question: "Some books are to be tasted, others to be swallowed and some few to be chewed and digest". said--

  1. a.
    Joseph Addison
  2. b.
    Dr. Johnson
  3. c.
    Charles Lamb
  4. d.
    Francis Bacon
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: d

Question: The first English dictionary was completed by---

  1. a.
    P. B. Shelley
  2. b.
    Samuel Butler
  3. c.
    William Blake
  4. d.
    Samuel Johnson
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: d

Question: Who is the author of 'The Old Man and the Sea'?

  1. a.
    H. Melvile
  2. b.
    George Orwell
  3. c.
    Charles Dickens
  4. d.
    Ernest Hemingway
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: d

Question: Who is considere to be the Rebel poet in English literature?

  1. a.
    John Keats
  2. b.
    Waiter Scott
  3. c.
    John Milton
  4. d.
    Lord Byron
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: d

Question: Who wrote 'The child is father of the man'?

  1. a.
    Shelley
  2. b.
    William Wordsworth
  3. c.
    Gladstone
  4. d.
    Napoleon
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: b

Question: John Keats is primarily a poet of--

  1. a.
    Beauty
  2. b.
    Nature
  3. c.
    Love
  4. d.
    Revolution
  5. e.
    War
Answer: a

Question: 'Water water everywhere, not a drop to drink.' occurs in--

  1. a.
    The Ancient Mariner
  2. b.
    To Skylark
  3. c.
    The Paradise Lost
  4. d.
    The Cloud
  5. e.
    None of them
Answer: a

Question: 'Paradise Lost' was written by--

  1. a.
    Dan Brown
  2. b.
    John Abraham
  3. c.
    John Milton
  4. d.
    John Denver
  5. e.
    None of these
Answer: c

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