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1. There are how many forms of poetry?
  • 10
  • 5
  • 8
  • 4
2. Who calls poetry "A speaking picture with the end to teach and delight"?
  • Plato
  • Aristotle
  • Homer
  • Virgil
3. Who says,"Poetry is of all human learning the most ancient and of most fatherly antiquity"?:
  • Aristotle
  • Milton
  • Sidney
  • Matthew Arnold
4. Who denounced poets "as fathers of lies"?
  • Ben Jonson
  • Bacon
  • Gosson
  • marlowe
5. Who is the author of the The School of Abuse?
  • Gosson
  • Virgil
  • Thomas Campian
  • Cicero
6. Who put 'poets, pipers, plauers and jesters' in one group and called them "Caterpillars of a Common Wealth"?
  • Sidney
  • Matthew Arnold
  • Gosson
  • Bacon
7. "Poetry is a criticism of life under the condition fixed for such a criticism by the laws of poetic truth and poetic beauty." Who defines poetry in these words?
  • Wordsworth
  • Coleridge
  • Shelley
  • Matthew Arnold
8. "Poetry are the unacknowledged legislators of the world," Who said this?
  • Wordsworth
  • Shelley
  • M. Arnold
  • Walter Pater
9. " The greatness of a poet lies in his powerful and beautiful application of ideas to life-to the question: How to live?"
  • Dryden
  • Dr. Johnson
  • Wordsworth
  • Matthew Arnold






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10. Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: It takes its origin from emotions recollected in tranquillity." This is Wordsworth's definition of Poetry. Wher does he give this definition?
  • In the preface to 'Prelude'
  • In the Preface to the 'Lyrical Ballads'
  • 'In a letter to Coleridge'
  • In the Preface to his 'Complete Poetical Works'
11. Poetry is not a formula which a thousand flappers and hobbledehoys ought to be able to master in a week without any trainig." Whose view is this?
  • T.S. Eliot
  • Edmond Gosse
  • I.A.Richards
  • F.R. Leavis
12. "Verse is only an ornament and no cause to poetry," Who holds this view?
  • Wordsworth
  • Milton
  • Sidney
  • Coleridge
13. Poetry ' in general sense' may be defined to be the expression of imagination: and poetry is connate with the origin of man. Who holds this view?
  • Shelly
  • Wordsworth
  • Keats
  • Coleridge
14. A great poem is fountain forever over-flowing with the waters of wisdom and delight- a source of an unforseen and an unconceived delight." Who says this?
  • Shelly
  • Sidney
  • Wordsworth
  • T.S.Eliot
15. The Greeks called their poets 'Vates'? What is the meaning of this term?
  • Imitators
  • Creators
  • Artists
  • Philosophers
16. As to the poetical character itself, it has no character, the poet has none, no identity- he is certainly the most unpoetical of all God's creatures." Whose observation is this?
  • Wordsworth's
  • Shelley's
  • Keat's
  • Tennyson's
17. Which according to you, is the first great Epic?
  • Paradise Lost
  • Aeneid
  • Iliad
  • Morte D' Arthur
18. Who is the author of Beowulf?
  • Virgil
  • Tasso
  • Dante
  • None of these
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19. Who is the author of 'Odyssey'?
  • Virgil
  • Homer
  • Dante
  • Sophocles
20. An Epic is divided into several Books. How many books are there in Homer's Iliad?
  • Six
  • Ten
  • Twelve
  • Twenty-four
21. How many books are there in Virgil's Aeneid?
  • Six
  • Ten
  • Twelve
  • Twenty-four
22. Which of the following epics has twenty-four Books?
  • Morte D' Arthur
  • Jerusalem Delivered
  • Divine Comedy
  • Odyssey
23. Milton's Paradise Lost is divided into the same number of Books as-
  • Divine Comedy
  • Iliad
  • Odyssey
  • Faerie Queene
24. Spenser's Faerie Queene was planned to be completed in twelve Books. But he was able to complete only-
  • One Book
  • Six Books
  • Four Books
  • Ten Books
25. Name the epic written by Tasso-
  • Jerusalem Delivered
  • Beowulf
  • Lusiad
  • Aeneid

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