MCQs4All - English-Literature MCQs for NTS, FPSC, CSS, IELTS, TOEFL

  1. Pablo Picasso and Claude Monet
  2. T.S. Eliot and Wyndham Lewis
  3. Claude Monet and édouard Manet
  4. George Braque and Pablo Picasso
  1. An adjective forming morpheme
  2. Plural morpheme
  3. Possessive morpheme
  4. Past morpheme
  1. Lady Anne
  2. Queen Elizabeth
  3. Duchess of York
  4. Margaret
  1. Giving words double meaning that appear differently to white and black readers.
  2. Fixing words with very specific meanings.
  3. Making sure that what is written makes sense.
  4. Lying to mislead the reader.
  1. Semantics
  2. Syntax
  3. Sentence__stress
  4. None of the above

  1. a renewed secularism in the twentieth century
  2. modern literary criticism
  3. late nineteenth-century and earlytwentieth- century satirical drama
  4. the surrealist movement
  1. Shelly
  2. De Quincey
  3. Wordsworth
  4. None of these
  1. the characters’ preference for reality over dreams
  2. the inability to distinguish between the “self” and “other”
  3. the inability to experience guilt
  4. the disconnection from primal senses and urges
  1. Paradise Lost
  2. Divine Comedy
  3. Utopia
  4. Pilgrims Progress
  1. a musician
  2. an astronomer
  3. a nun
  4. none of the above
  1. England’s power to overcome the recent plague and the great fire of London
  2. The monarch’s ability to squelch continuing Puritan resistance
  3. The church’s potential to unify the populace after the English revolution
  4. Parliament’s ability to restrain the power of the King