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Question 728

Multi-Genre Literatures in English

Appeared in Year: 2017 (UGC)

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″ Our almost-instinct almost true:

What will survive of us is love. ″

Identify the poem by Philip Larkin that ends with the above lines: (November Paper 3)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

“Next, Please”

b.

“High Windows”

c.

“An Arundel Tomb”

d.

“This Be the Verse”

Question 729

Multi-Genre Literatures in English

Appeared in Year: 2015 (UGC)

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This eighteenth-century English poem imitates spenser in stanza form and in allegorical narrative: passers - by are lured by an enchanter with promises of ease, luxury, and aesthetic delight, then consigned to a dungeon where they languish in apathy and impotence until the Knight of Arts and Industry dissolves the spell. Identify the poem. (December Paper III)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

The task

b.

The Castle of Indolence

c.

The Vanity of Human Wishes

d.

The seasons

Question 730

Multi-Genre Literatures in English

Appeared in Year: 2015 (UGC)

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Who is the author of the statement: “The nineteenth century dislike of Realism is the rage of Caliban seeing his own face in the glass” ? (June Paper 3)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

Oscar Wilde

b.

Benjamin Disraeli

c.

Arthur Symons

d.

W. B Yeats

Question 731

Multi-Genre Literatures in English

Appeared in Year: 2015 (UGC)

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In which essay does Virginia Woolf observe that “if a writer were a free man [sic] and not a slave” to the conventions of the literary market-place, there would be “no plot, no comedy, no tragedy, no love interest, or catastrophe in the accepted style, and perhaps not a single button sewn on as the Bond Street tailors would have it” ? (June Paper 3)

Choices

Choice (4)Response

a.

“The Russian Point of View”

b.

“How it Strikes a Contemporary”

c.

“Modern Fiction”

d.

“Mr. Bennett and Mr. Brown”

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