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Question number: 56

» Poetry » British Literature » The Augustan Age (New 2019)

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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P. B. Shelley’s Julian and Maddalo is a conversation between Julian and Count Maddalo. Who do these two characters represent? (July)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Julian represents Mary Shelley and Count Maddalo, William Godwin

b.

Julian represents Keats and Count Maddalo, Byron

c.

Julian represents Shelley and Count Maddalo, Byron

d.

Julian represents Shelley and Count Maddalo, William Godwin

Question number: 57

» Fiction & Short Stories » American Literature » New 2019

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Appeared in Year: 2016

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Which work by Franz Kafka is also known as The Man Who Disappeared? (July)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Amerika

b.

“In the Penal Colony”

c.

The Castle

d.

“Metamorphosis”

Question number: 58

» Literary Criticism » Others » New 2019

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According to Julia Kristeva, it is the eruption of the ________ within the ________ that provides the creative and innovative impulse of modern poetic language. (July)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Individual, tradition

b.

Semiotic, symbolic

c.

Particular, general

d.

Specific, generic

Question number: 59

» Poetry » British Literature » The Modern Age (New 2019)

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In his poem “Whispers of Immortality” T. S. Eliot says that a dramatist “was much possessed by death/And saw the skull beneath the skin” and a poet “knew the anguish of the marrow/The ague of the skeleton. ” Who are the dramatist and the poet referred to by Eliot? (July)

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Choice (4) Response

a.

Christopher Marlowe and Andrew Marvell

b.

Thomas Kyd and Henry Vaughan

c.

Seneca and Homer

d.

John Webster and John Donne

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