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A SUPERB BOOK OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
By Majid Farooq
Lectureship Guide
Subjective plus Objective
MCQS

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AUTHOR
Majid Farooq from Arifwala, Pakistan
M.A ENGLISH
Lecturer in English (Superior college)
GOVT Teacher
Cell no 923146685547
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CONTENTS
1 .HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE

  1. Nobel Prize in ENGLISH Literature winners
    3 LITERARY TERMS
  2. DISCRIPTION OF IMPORTANT CHARACTERS RELATED
    5 NOVELS, DRAMAS, POETRY, PROSE
  3. SHORT DEFINITIONS
    7. OVERALL QUESTIONS ABOUT ENGLISH LITERATURE 8. 100 Books & writers Name, FATHERS NAMES IN ENG LITERATURE 9. IMPOTANT CHARACTERS NAMES AND BOOKS NAMES 10. IMPORTAN ELEGIES 11 100 top novels and their writers’ names 12. 100 FAMOUS Plays AND THEIR WRITERS’NAMES to remember 13. IMPORTANT QUATATIONS and HAMLET’S ALL SOLILOQUIES 14. DISCRIPTION OF 10 IMPORTANT POETS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 15 500 OBJECTIVE QUICK POINTS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 16. CSS SOLVED PAPERS 1998 TO DATE 17. 10 PAST SOLVED PAPERS OF COMMISSION 18. GRAND SOLVED MCQS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE 19 PARADISE LOST (70 Mcqs) &CANTERBURY TALES(86 Mcqs)solved
    20. FAMOUS LITERARY MOVEMENT
    21. BIOGRAPHIES OF THE FAMOUS WRITERS OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
  4. Shakespeare’s Biography
    And his works
    23 Characters with Short Summaries of all the plays
    24. LINGUISTICS PORTION & MCQS

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AUTHOR
Majid Farooq from Arifwala, Pakistan
M.A ENGLISH
Lecturer in English (Superior college)
GOVT Teacher
Cell no 923146685547
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MAJID FAROOQ

SOLVED MCQS OF DRAMA, NOVEL, POETRY, POST COLONIAL AND AMERICAN LITERATURE BY Majid Farooq
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Author – Charles Dickens 1
Charles Dickens is perhaps the most important of all the Victorian writers. He was a master at describing contemporary society, and his works were a form of social commentary. One quiz is not enough to do justice to such a literary giant as Dickens, and so this is the first of four quizzes devoted to his life and his works.

Dickens was born in Portsmouth in 1812. He was sent to school at the age of nine, but unfortunately this came to an end when his father was sent to a debtor’s prison. Charles was sent to work in a factory where he had to put up with terrible conditions as well as separation from his family. After three years he went back to school, but the incident had an effect on Dickens who used it as inspiration in some of his books, most notably in Great Expectations and David Copperfield.

Test your knowledge of the life and works of Charles Dickens in this, Who was the hero in Great

1-Expectations by Charles Dickens?
Paul
Pete
Percy
Pip 👈🏿👈
Correct!
Pip is a nickname. The character’s real name is Philip Pirrip
Of which newspaper was Charles

2-Dickens the founder-editor in 1846?
The Daily News 👈🏿👈
The Daily Sport
The News Of The World
The Sun
Correct!
The Daily News was set up as a centre-left rival to the right-wing Morning Chronicle

3-What institution was featured prominently in the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist?English Literature solved MCQs
Abattoir
Dockyard
Racecourse
Workhouse 👈🏿👈
Correct!
Workhouses were a feature of Victorian society. Life in them was deliberately harsh, so that only the truly destitute would apply

4-Which novel did Charles Dickens complete in 1853?
Big House
Bleak House 👈🏿👈
Boarding House
Our House
Correct!
The novel was originally published as a serial between March 1852 and September 1853

5-Which Charles Dickens novel is named after a father and son?
Dickens And Son
Dombey And Son 👈🏿👈
Matthew And Son
Steptoe And Son
Correct!
The book’s full title is Dealings with the Firm of Dombey and Son: Wholesale, Retail and for Exportation

6-What seasonal work did Charles Dickens produce in 1843?
A Christmas Cake
A Christmas Card
A Christmas Carol 👈🏿👈
A Christmas Cracker
Correct!
It tells the story of a miser and how he is changed into more kindly man after visits by a series of ghosts

7-Which mean character appeared in A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens?English Literature solved MCQs
Arkwright
Ebenezer Scrooge 👈🏿👈
Jack Benny
The Chancellor Of The Exchequer
Correct!
Scrooge was Bob Cratchit’s employer

8-Which adjective describes a similarity to a Charles Dickens character or situation?
Dickensian 👈🏿👈
Dickensish
Dickensite
Dickens-like
Correct!
The word is usually used to describe poor social conditions or repulsive characters

9-Which English period was covered by the majority of works by Charles Dickens?
Edwardian
Elizabethan
Tudor
Victorian 👈🏿👈
Correct!
Some of Dickens’ work referred to the 18th century, but the Victorian period was his primary focus

10-Whose team of pickpockets appeared in the Charles Dickens novel Oliver Twist?
Coogan
Fagin 👈🏿👈
Hogan
Logan
Correct!
In the novel’s preface Dickens describes Fagin as a “receiver of stolen goods”

Author – Charles Dickens 2
This is the second in our series of four quizzes on the classic Victorian author, Charles Dickens – the creator of some of literature’s most well-known and best loved characters. From the nasty villain to the innocent child, the comical to the tragic, Dickens characters come to life in the minds of his readers.

Dickens’ literary career began in the world of journalism. He started writing for the journals The Mirror of Parliament and The True Sun before he was made the parliamentary journalist for The Morning Chronicle newspaper. From here his career began to pick up and Sketches by Boz, collection of short works written under an assumed name was published in 1837. His first novel, The Pickwick Papers, was published around the same time and Dickens success bloomed.

How well do you know the life and works of Charles Dickens?
1For what was Charles Dickens’ father imprisoned in 1824?
Assault
Debt👈🏿👈
Drunkenness
Theft
Correct!
Getting into debt carried quite a stigma in 19th century Britain, as imprisonment was common

2-In 1832 what did Charles Dickens nearly become?
Professional actor👈🏿👈
Professional magician
Professional painter
Professional sculptor
Correct!
Dickens had an audition at Covent Garden but he missed it because of a cold

3–What nom de plume did Charles Dickens use?
Baz
Bez
Boz👈🏿👈
Buz
Correct!
Boz was Dickens’ family nickname

4–Which Dickens novel features scenes from The French Revolution?
A Tale Of Two Cities👈🏿👈
Barnaby Rudge
Nicholas Nickleby
The Pickwick Papers
Correct!
The two cities in the title are London and Paris

5-In which Dickens novel was the death of Little Nell featured?
David Copperfield
Great Expectations
Oliver Twist
The Old Curiosity Shop👈🏿👈
Correct!
The story is the tragic tale of Nell Trent and her grandfather, and their journey away from misery

6-What was the first name of Charles Dickens’ wife?
Carol
Catherine👈🏿👈
Cheryl
Christine
Correct!
Charles and Catherine had 10 children together

7-In which Dickens novel did the character Mr Micawber appear?
David Copperfield👈🏿👈
Great Expectations
Oliver Twist
The Old Curiosity Shop
Correct!
The character, known for his phrase “something will turn up”, has become synonymous with a person who lives in hopeful expectation

8-Which of Charles Dickens’ works remained unfinished at the time of his death?
A Tale Of Two Cities
The Mystery Of Edwin Drood👈🏿👈
Great Expectations
Our Mutual Friend
Correct!
As the book was not finished Drood’s killer is not revealed. His uncle, John Jasper, is the most likely murderer but no-one can be certain

9-Which was not a Dickens character – Bill Sikes, Mr Pecksniff, Sam Weller, Tom Sawyer?
Bill Sikes
Mr Pecksniff
Sam Weller
Tom Sawyer👈🏿👈
Correct!
Tom Sawyer was created by Mark Twain

Where in England was the author Charles Dickens born?
Birmingham
Liverpool
Newcastle
Portsmouth👈🏿👈
Correct!
Though Dickens was born in Portsmouth, the family moved to London when he was 3 years old

Dicken wrote 20 novels

1-Boffin, Wegg and Venus were characters in which Dickens novel?
Little Dorrit
Nicholas Nickleby
Our Mutual Friend👈🏿👈
The Old Curiosity Shop
Correct!
Our Mutual Friend was the last novel Dickens managed to complete

2-The line “Barkis is willing” comes from which Dickens work?
A Tale Of Two Cities
Bleak House
David Copperfield👈🏿👈
Nicholas Nickleby
Correct!
This was the message to Clara Peggotty

3-In Martin Chuzzlewit by Dickens what were the names of Pecksniff’s daughters?
Charity and Mercy👈🏿👈
Chastity and Prudence
Faith and Hope
Verity and Patience

The correct answer is Charity and Mercy
Dickens thought Martin Chuzzlewit was his best work but it was one of his least popular books

4-Who was “The Infant Phenomenon” in “Nicholas Nickleby” by Dickens?
Fanny Squeers
Henrietta Petowker
Miss La Creevey
Ninetta Crummles👈🏿👈
Correct!
The daughter was a prominent member of Mr & Mrs Crummles’ theatre troop

5-Where is the author Charles Dickens buried?
Hyde Park
Regent’s Park
St Paul’s Cathedral
Westminster Abbey👈🏿👈
Correct!
Dickens lies in poets’ corner along with the likes of Geoffrey Chaucer, Dr Samuel Johnson, Alfred Tennyson and Thomas Hardy
Completed in 1837, which was

6-Charles Dickens’ first novel?
Nicholas Nickleby
Oliver Twist
The Old Curiosity Shop
The Pickwick Papers👈🏿👈
Correct!
He began the work when he was just 24 years old

7-What was Charles Dickens’ Christmas story in 1861 called?
Don Diddler’s Ground
Fred Fiddler’s Ground
Peter Piddler’s Ground
Tom Tiddler’s Ground👈🏿👈
Correct!
The short story shares its name with a children’s game in which one player, “Tom Tidler,” tries to keep other players off a patch of ground
What age was Charles Dickens

8-when he died in 1870?
42
50
58👈🏿👈
70
Correct!
He suffered a mild stroke in 1869 and a fatal one just over a year later

9-Which of Charles Dickens’ novels is considered to have been partly autobiographical?
Barnaby Rudge
David Copperfield👈🏿👈
Hard Times
Martin Chuzzlewit
Correct!
The full title of the novel is The Personal History, Adventures, Experience and Observation of David Copperfield the Younger of Blunderstone Rookery (Which He Never Meant to Publish on Any Account)

10-Who in the 19th century was Ellen Ternan?
Charles Dickens’ aunt
Charles Dickens’ mistress👈🏿👈
Charles Dickens’ publisher
Charles Dickens’ sister
Correct!
Ellen was an actress who aroused Dickens’ interest when he saw her performing on stage

Author – Geoffrey Chaucer
Geoffrey Chaucer was born sometime between 1340 and 1345, most likely in London. He was the son of a successful wine merchant. In 1357, he became page to Edward III’s daughter-in-law. The king then sent him on diplomatic missions abroad. On his journeys he would have seen the works of foreign authors such as Dante.

Chaucer held many positions. He was controller of London Customs, MP for Kent, a justice of the peace and clerk of the king’s works in charge of royal building work, under Edward III and Richard II. In addition to this he also wrote many poems. His most famous work of all is without doubt The Canterbury Tales. Historical records of Chaucer disappear around 1400 and this is the presumed date of his death. He was buried in Westminster Abbey, the first person in Poets’ Corner.

1-How much do you know about Geoffrey Chaucer? Find out in this quiz on his life and works.
In which century was Chaucer born?
12th
13th
14th 👈🏿
15th
Correct!
He was born around 1343 and died around 1400

2-What is the title of Chaucer’s best-known work?
The Canterbury Tales 👈🏿
The Salisbury Tales
The Winchester Tales
The York Tales
Correct!
The tales are told by a group of pilgrims as they travel from Southwark to the shrine of Saint Thomas Becket at Canterbury Cathedral

3-What is the title of the earliest of Chaucer’s poems, written some time between 1369 and 1372?
The Book of the Abbess
The Book of the Countess
The Book of the Duchess 👈🏿
The Book of the Governess
Correct!
It is thought that Chaucer wrote the poem to commemorate the death of Blanche, daughter of the Duke of Lancaster and the wife of John of Gaunt

4-In The Canterbury Tales, what is the name of the inn where the pilgrims meet before their journey?
The Tabard 👈🏿
The Talbot
The Tivoli
The Tolbooth
Correct!
The inn was real. It was built in 1307 and stayed in business for over 500 years

5-Chaucer’s father and grandfather were both what?
Bakers
Brewers
Butchers
Vintners 👈🏿
Correct!
Geoffrey’s father, John Chaucer, was a prosperous middle class man who traded imported wines

6-What name is now given to the language in which Chaucer worked?
Early English
Middle English 👈🏿
New English
Old English
Correct!
Middle English was spoken from 1066 until the 15th century

7-Which character in The Canterbury Tales is a little deaf following a blow to the head from one of her husbands?
The Wife of Bath 👈🏿
The Wife of Bristol
The Wife of Dorchester
The Wife of Exeter
Correct!
The Wife of Bath tales the take of a knight who is set the quest to answer the riddle “what is it that women most desire?” He succeeds in his task when he finds the answer “sovereignty over their husbands”

8-Which is the first of The Canterbury Tales?
The Cook’s Tale
The Friar’s Tale
The Knight’s Tale 👈🏿
The Merchant’s Tale
Correct!
This is the tale of rivalry between the friends Palamon and Arcite for the love of Princess Emily

9-Which of the tale tellers has a conspicuous hairy wart?
The Coachman
The Miller 👈🏿
The Tailor
The Weaver
Correct!
He also likes breaking down doors with his head!

10-Chaucer served in the English army under which king?
Henry III
Edward II
Edward III 👈🏿
Richard II
Correct!
In 1360 Chaucer was captured during the siege of Reims and taken prisoner. Edward paid a ransom of £16 (a good deal of money at the time) for his release

  1. PESSIMISM IS HALL MARK OF _____________NOVELS.

HARDY

  1. _________ HAS LIMITED
    RANGE.

JANE AUSTEN

  1. WHO IS TITLED AS A FIRST NOVELIST ________?

RICHARDSON

  1. WHICH NOVELIST IS TAGGED WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL NOVELIST? GEORGE ELIOT
  2. A FICTION ORIGINATED IN SPAIN AND HERO ACTS AS A VAGABOND, OR A ROGUE HERO, A RASCAL WHO TRAVELS AND DO EXPLOITS IS A ___________ NOVELS.

PICARESQUE

  1. NOVEL IS FROM NOVELLA A _________ WORD. ITALIAN
  2. CHARLOTTE, EMILY AND ANNE ARE CALLED ______ SISTERS.

BRONTE

  1. BARCHESTOR TOWER IS THE ONE OF THE IMPORTANT NOVEL OF_________?

TROLLOPE

  1. GREAT EXPECTATION IS ____________________________________NOVEL.

AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL

  1. .ADAM BEDE IS THE WORK OF __?

GEORGE ELIOT

  1. HARDY IS A NOVELIST OF _________? RURAL LIFE
  2. THE LIFE SPAN OF JAMES JOYCE IS 1882_______TO___________?

1941

  1. TO THE LIGHT HOUSE WAS PUBLISHED IN ________?

1927

  1. WHICH OF THE NOVELIST COMMITTED SUICIDE_________

VIRGINIA WOLF

15.EMOTION , SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE OF A CHARACTER IS CALLED _

EPIPHANY

16.OKONKWO WAS HERO OF _

(THINGS FALL APART)

17.WHO HAS BEEN CALLED THE LAST EXQUISITE BLOSSOM OF THE 18TH CENTURY?

JANE AUSTEN

18.MAGGIE IS THE HEROINE OF _

Mill on the Floss

19.HOW MANY NOVEL WAS WRITTEN BY JANE AUSTEN?

6

20.FIRST IMPRESSION WAS THE TITLE GIVEN TO___

(PRIDE AND PREJUDICE)

21.WHO IS THE HERO OF PRIDE AND PREJUDICE?

DARcy

Elegy – by the poet – On the death of

  1. Lycidas – by Milton – Edward King
  2. Adonais – by Shelly – John Keats
  3. In Memoriam – by Tennyson – Arthur H. Hallam
  4. Thyrsis – by Arnold – A.H.Clough
  5. Astrophel – by Spenser – SidneyCY

Jane Austen Questions with Answers
1) Which novel of Jane Austen has the characters Fitzwilliam Darcy and Elizabeth Bennett?
b) Pride and Prejudice

2) Who are Dashwood sisters in Sense and Sensibility?
a) Elinor and Marianne

3) Who marries Emma Woodhouse in Emma?
c) Mr. Knightley

4) Whose proposal of marriage did Jane Austen accept and change her mind the next morning?
a) Harris Bigg-Wither

5) Which of the following activities features frequently in novels of Jane Austen?
c) Dancing

6) Which disease caused Jane Austen’s death?
a) Addison’s

7) What description was used by Jane Austen instead of her name when her novels were published?
b) A Lady

8) How old was Jane Austen when she died?
b) 41 years

9) Which of the following novels was not completed by Jane Austen?
a) The Watsons

10) What ultimately happens to heroines in Jane Austen’s novels?
d) They get married.

Charles Dickens Questions and Answers
1) How much was Charles Dickens paid when he worked at Warren’s Blacking Factory at the age of twelve?
c) Six shillings a week

2) What did Charles Dickens teach himself after buying Gurney’s Brachgraphy?
b) Shorthand

3) With whom Charles Dickens had a love affair that ended in 1833?
a) Maria Beadnell

4) For which newspaper Charles Dickens reported Parliamentary debates?
b) Mirror of Parliament

5) Which was Charles Dickens’ first novel?
c) The Pickwick Papers

6) On whom was the charater of Mr. Micawber in David Copperfield based?
b) John Dickens

7) On whom was the charater of Mrs. Nickelby in Nicholas Nickleby based?
c) Elizabeth Dickens

8) In which novel of Charles Dickens Magwitch is arrested?
c) Great Expectations

9) In which year Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol appear?
c) 1844

10) Which revolution dominates A Tale of Two Cities?
b) French

Thomas Hardy Questions with Answers
1) Which was Thomas Hardy’s first novel?
a) The poor man and the lady

2) Which novel of Thomas Hardy has a chapter in which a man sells his wife?
c) The Mayor of Casterbridge

3) What happens to Tess in Tess of the d’Urbervilles?
d) She is hanged

4) In which year Thomas Hardy announced that he would not write fiction again?
d) 1896

5) Which county is depicted in the novels of Thomas Hardy?
b) Wessex

6) Who is Jude Fawley’s cousin in Jude the Obscure?
d) Sue Bridehead

7) Which novel of Thomas Hardy first gained notice?
b) Far from the madding crowd

8) Who conferred the Order of Merit on Thomas Hardy?
c) George V

9) Which poem of Thomas Hardy deals with Napoleonic Warc) The Dynasts

10) When was Wessex Tales published?
a) 1912

Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) Answers
1) When was Mary Anne Evans (George Eliot) born?
a) 22 November 1819

2) Why did Mary Anne Evans write under the name George Eliot?
a) At that time writing was considered a male profession.

3) Which magazine did Mary Anne Evans edit for two years?
d) Westminster Review

4) Which book of Ludwig Feuerbach was translated by Mary Anne Evans and published in 1854?
c) Essence of Christianity

5) Who steals gold in Silas Marner?
b) Dunstan

6) Whom did Mary Anne Evans marry?
b) John Cross

7) Which novel was written first by Mary Anne Evans?
b) Scenes of Clerical Life

8) Which novel of Mary Anne Evans is considered her greatest?
c) Middlemarch

9) When did Mary Anne Evans die?
b) 22 December 1880

10) Where was Mary Anne Evans buried?
b) Highgate Cemetery

Henry Fielding Questions and Answers

  1. When was Henry Fielding born?
    b) 22 April 1707
  2. Where was Henry Fielding born?
    c) Sharpham Park
  3. Which college did Henry Fielding attend?
    a) Eton College
  4. Whom did Henry Fielding ridicule in his play Historical Register, For the Year 1736?
    d) Robert Walpole
  5. When was the Licensing Act passed?
    b) 1737
  6. Which Henry Fielding novel was published in 1742?
    c) Joseph Andrews
  7. Which newspaper did Henry Fielding start to improve relations between the law and the public?
    a) The Covent Garden Journal
  8. Which novel was based on Henry Fielding’s first wife Charlotte Cradock?
    b) Amelia
  9. When did Henry Fielding die?
    d) 8 October 1754
  10. Where did Henry Fielding die?
    b) Lisbon

1) When was Alexander Pope born?
b) 21 May 1688

2) Where was Alexander Pope born?
d) London

3) How did being a Catholic affect Alexander Pope?
b) He could not get good education.

4) When did Alexander Pope first publish The Rape of the Lock?
c) 1712

5) Which of the following books were translated by Alexander Pope into English?
b) Iliad, Odyssey

6) Which poem of Alexander Pope was left unfinished?
a) Brutus

7) Which disease afflicted Alexander Pope?
a) Tuberculosis of the bone

8) Of which club was Alexander Pope a member?
b) Scriblerus Club

9) When did Alexander Pope die?
b) 21 May 1744

10) Where did Alexander Pope die?
d) Twickenham

HUXLEY MCQS

  1. When was Aldous Huxley born?
    c) 26 July 1894
  2. Where was Aldous Huxley born?
    b) Godalming
  3. Which college did Aldous Huxley attend?
    c) Balliol College
  4. For which magazine did Aldous Huxley work in 1919-1921?
    a) Athenaeum
  5. When did Aldous Huxley publish Crome Yellow?
    d) 1921

Cover of “Brave New World”
Cover of Brave New World

  1. Which novel did Aldous Huxley publish in 1932?
    b) Brave New World
  2. Which novel of Aldous Huxley is about his experiences with mescaline?
    c) The Doors of Perception
  3. Which of the following is a title of a book of Aldous Huxley?
    b) Limbo
  4. When did Aldous Huxley die?
    d) 22 November 1963
  5. Where did Aldous Huxley die?
    d) Los Angeles
  6. Which of the following books was written by Jonathan Swift?
    a) Gulliver’s Travels
  7. When was Jonathan Swift born?
    d) 30 November 1667
  8. Where was Jonathan Swift born?
    b) Dublin
  9. Which school did Jonathan Swift attend?
    b) Kilkenny Grammar School
  10. Which college did Jonathan Swift attend?
    d) Trinity College
  11. What is the height of men in Lilliput?
    c) Six inches
  12. Which is the land of Yahoos?
    a) Houyhnhnms
  13. To which church did Jonathan Swift belong?
    c) Church of Ireland
  14. Of which cathedral was Jonathan Swift dean?
    b) St. Patrick’s Cathedral
  15. When did Jonathan Swift die?
    a) 19 October 1745

MACBETH mcqs by Majid

  1. Who kills Macbeth?

A) Macduff©
B) Banquo
C) Lady Macbeth
D) Malcolm

  1. How many men reign as king of Scotland throughout the play?

A) 1
B) 2
C) 3©
D) 4

  1. Whom does Lady Macbeth frame for the murder of Duncan?

A) Malcolm and Donalbain
B) Duncan’s drunken chamberlains©
C) The porter
D) Macbeth

  1. Who kills Banquo?

A) Macduff
B) Fleance
C) Macbeth
D) A group of murderers hired by Macbeth©

  1. Which of the following best describes Lady Macbeth’s death?

A) She dies offstage.©
B) She sleepwalks off of the palace wall.
C) She declares her own guilt and stabs herself with a knife.
D) Macduff slays her in revenge for his own wife’s murder.

  1. Who discovers Duncan’s body?

A) Lennox
B) Ross
C) Macduff©
D) Donalbain

  1. Whom does Macbeth see sitting in his chair during the banquet?

A) himself
B) Banquo’s ghost©
C) Duncan’s ghost
D) Lady Macbeth

  1. What vision does Macbeth have before he kills Duncan?

A) He sees a floating head urging him to spill blood.
B) He sees a bloody axe lodged in Duncan’s brow.
C) He sees a pale maiden weeping in the moonlight.
D) He sees a floating dagger pointing him to Duncan’s chamber.©

  1. With whom are the Scots at war at the beginning of the play?

A) Norway©
B) Denmark
C) Poland
D) Finland

  1. Which nation’s army invades Scotland at the end of the play?

A) Norway
B) France
C) England©
D) Finland

  1. Who is the goddess of witchcraft in the play?

A) Aphrodite
B) Hecate©
C) Minerva
D) Mordred

  1. Who kills Donalbain?

A) Macbeth
B) Malcolm
C) A group of murderers hired by Macbeth
D) No one©

  1. What happens to Lady Macbeth before she dies?

A) She is plagued by fits of sleepwalking.©
B) She is haunted by the ghost of Duncan.
C) She sees her children killed in battle.
D) She sees her children killed by Macbeth.

  1. Who kills Lord Siward’s son?

A) Duncan
B) Lennox
C) Macbeth©
D) Ross

  1. Where are Scottish kings crowned?

A) Edinburgh
B) Scone©
C) London
D) Dunsinane

  1. Why is Macduff able to kill Macbeth despite the witches’ prophecy?

A) He kills the witches first.
B) He receives a charm from Grinswindle.
C) He is a powerful warlock himself.
D) He was born by cesarean section.©

  1. Where is Duncan killed?

A) In the battle with Norway
B) In his bedchamber at Macbeth’s castle©
C) In his bedchamber at Forres
D) At Birnam Wood

  1. Who flees Scotland to join Malcolm in England?

A) Donalbain
B) Ross
C) Macduff©
D) Lennox

  1. What was the weather like the night Duncan was murdered?

A) Stormy and violent©
B) Calm and placid
C) Foggy and ominous
D) It was a night like any other night, according to Lennox

  1. Who kills Lady Macbeth?

A) Macbeth
B) Macduff
C) Lady Macduff
D) Lady Macbeth©

  1. Who flees Scotland immediately after Duncan’s death?

A) Macbeth
B) Malcolm and Donalbain©
C) Fleance
D) Lennox

  1. Who jokes that he works at “hell gate”?

A) Macbeth
B) Macduff
C) The porter©
D) Duncan

  1. What title is Macbeth given after his victory described in Act 1?

A) Thane of Cawdor©
B) Thane of Ross
C) King of Scotland
D) Prince of Cumberland

  1. Who tells Macduff that his family has been killed?

A) Donalbain
B) Macbeth
C) Lady Macduff
D) Ross©

  1. How does Birnam Wood come to Dunsinane?

A) By magic
B) Through an earthquake
C) It doesn’t
D) Malcolm’s army hides behind cut-off tree branches©

  1. What is the name of Miss Havisham’s manor?

A) Satis House©
B)Lockmont
C) Larchmont
D) Satyr House

  1. In what region of England are the marshes of the novel found?

A) Sussex
B) Wessex
C) Kent©
D) Gloucestershire

  1. How old is Pip when Magwitch returns to his life?

A) 9
B) 23©
C) 18
D) 7

  1. In what publication was Great Expectations originally serialized?

A) Home and Away
B) The English Almanac
C) Simple Wisdom
D) All the Year Round©

  1. To what genre of fiction, defined by its depiction of a character’s growth from childhood to adulthood, does Great Expectations belong?

A) Bildungsroman©
B) Kunstlerspiegel
C) Mannerism
D) Victorian paternalism

  1. Who is Pip’s tutor in London?

A) Harold Pocket
B) Walter Pocket
C) Herbert Pocket
D) Matthew Pocket©

  1. Who is Estella’s father?

A) Compeyson
B) Magwitch©
C) Joe
D) Jaggers

  1. What action does Jaggers perform obsessively?

A) He straightens his necktie.
B) He adjusts his hair.
C) He signs his name.
D) He washes his hands.©

  1. What is Pip’s reaction to Joe’s visit to him in London?

A) Embarrassment©
B) Joy
C) Anger
D) Resignation

  1. Who takes credit for Pip’s rise in social status?

A) Mrs. Joe
B) Joe
C) Pumblechook©
D) Biddy

  1. Who is responsible for the attack on Mrs. Joe?

A) Magwitch
B) Orlick©
C) Compeyson
D) Pip

(Video) Articles in English Grammar Practice Set | Article practice exercise for competitive exams pdf

  1. For most of the novel, whom does Pip suspect of being his secret benefactor?

A) Jaggers
B) Magwitch
C) Joe
D) Miss Havisham©

  1. What name does Wemmick call his elderly father?

A) “Aged Parent”©
B) “Venerable Ancestor”
C) “Decrepit Sire”
D) “Old Feller”

  1. Who tells Pip that Compeyson was Miss Havisham’s fiancé?

A) Wemmick
B) Estella
C) Herbert©
D) Magwitch

  1. What is Herbert’s nickname for Pip?

A) Haydn
B) Handel©
C) Mendelssohn
D) Salieri

  1. Where does Pip first encounter Magwitch?

A) The river
B) Mrs. Joe’s house
C) The smithy
D) The churchyard©

  1. Who is the “pale young gentleman”?

A) Wemmick
B) Herbert©
C) Jaggers
D) Startop

  1. Whom does Estella marry?

A) Startop
B) Pip
C) Drummle©
D) Herbert

  1. Who buys Herbert’s way into business?

A) Pip©
B) Miss Havisham
C) Drummle
D) Estella

  1. What happens to Compeyson at the end of the novel?

A) He escapes with the Havisham fortune.
B) He is shot by the police.
C) He is killed by Orlick.
D) He disappears and is presumed drowned.©

  1. Where does Estella live when she goes abroad?

A) France©
B) Spain
C) Germany
D) Boston

  1. What was the name of Miss Havisham’s brother, Compeyson’s first partner?

A) Magwitch
B) Tumbler
C) Arthur©
D) John

  1. What accident befalls Miss Havisham before her death?

A) She is thrown from a horse.
B) She falls from a window.
C) A table crushes her legs.
D) She is burned in a fire.©

  1. What is the source of the Havisham fortune?

A) Lumberyards
B) A cotton mill
C) A brewery©
D) A noble estate

  1. What name does Magwitch use to hide his identity?

A) Provis©
B) Clovis
C) Quo Vadis
D) Uncle Caveat

A Set of #10_Random_MCQs
by Majid

Question 1:
Title of the novel that follows a cast of characters living in the fictional town of West Egg on prosperous Long Island in the summer of 1922.

A) A Room of One’s Own
B) The Great Gatsby©
C) Women in Love
D) The Good Soldier Švejk

Question 2:
Nickname of the orphan and the protagonist and narrator of Great Expectations.

A) Philip
B) Biddy
C) Pumblechook
D) Pip©

Question 3:
The title of John Steinback’s Grapes of Wrath is a reference to lyrics from…..

A) “The Battle Hymn of the Republic” ©
B) “The Battle Hymn of the West”
C) “Hymn for the Republic”
D) “The Battle Hymn of the People”

Question 4:
Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World was inspired by two novels of H. G. Wells: A Modern Utopia and…..

A) The Country of the Blind
B) Men Like Gods©
C) The Time Machine
D) Mr. Britling Sees It Through

Question 5:
Author of the short novel, The Old Man and the Sea.

A) William Golding
B) Victor Hugo
C) Ernest Hemingway©
D) George Orwell

Question 6:
The character in Crime and Punishment described as exceptionally handsome, above the average in height, slim, well built, with beautiful dark eyes and dark brown hair.

A) Raskolnikov©
B) Razumikhin
C) Arkady
D) Pyotr

Question 7:
Charles Dickens’s first novel.

A) The Adventures of Oliver Twist
B) The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit
C) A Christmas Carol
D) The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club©

Question 8:
Edith Wharton’s novel, Ethan Frome, is set in the fictitious town of…..

A) Starkfield, Massachusetts©
B) Puddleby-on-the-Marsh, England
C) Clanton, Mississippi
D) Clayton, Kentucky

Question 9:
The novel of F. Scott Fitzgerald that ranked 28th on Modern Library’s 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century in 1998.

A) The Great Gatsby
B) Tender Is the Night©
C) The Beautiful and Damned
D) The Love of the Last Tycoon

Question 10:
A Room with a View is a novel by E. M. Forster about a young woman in repressed culture of what era in England?

A) Georgian era
B) Victorian era
C) Elizabethan era
D) Edwardian era©
Majid

The Canterbury Tales
Solved Mcqs
Majid

  1. Why are the pilgrims going to Canterbury?

To meet King Henry III
To see a medieval mystery play
To worship the relics of Saint Thomas Becket👈🏿👈
Because they are tourists

  1. What does the Squire wear?

A velvet doublet and hose
Cloth embroidered with flowers👈🏿👈
Green and peacock-blue hunting gear
A beaver hat

  1. Who marries Emelye in the Knight’s Tale?

Theseus
Arcite👈🏿👈
Saturn
Palamon

  1. According to the Wife of Bath, what do women most desire?

Sovereignty over their husbands👈🏿👈
True love
Perfect beauty
Great wealth

  1. What does Chanticleer dream?

That he will be killed by a wolf
That Pertelote will desert him
That he will be taken away by an orange, houndlike creature👈🏿👈
That his friend will be murdered

  1. Who are the three men searching for in the Pardoner’s Tale?

The Wandering Jew
Greed
Jesus Christ
Death👈🏿👈

  1. Who is branded by a red-hot poker in the Miller’s Tale?

Absolon
Alisoun
Nicholas👈🏿👈
John

  1. Which of the following tales is a fabliau?

The Knight’s Tale
The Nun’s Priest’s Tale
The Wife of Bath’s Tale
The Miller’s Tale👈🏿👈

  1. Which pilgrim has a forked beard?

The Summoner
The Merchant👈🏿👈
The Reeve
The Physician

  1. What is the moral of the Nun’s Priest’s Tale?

Slow and easy wins the race.
Greed is the root of all evil.
Beauty lies within.
Never trust a flatterer.👈🏿👈

  1. What is the Wife of Bath’s Prologue about?

Her life with her five different husbands👈🏿👈
Ovid’s Metamorphoses
How women deserve to hold high public offices just like men
A philosophical treatise on the astrolabe

  1. When does The Canterbury Tales take place?

In the Renaissance
In pre-Christian Britain
During the Norman invasion
In the late fourteenth century👈🏿👈

  1. For which social classes did Chaucer write?

The nobility
All levels of society👈🏿👈
Illiterate peasants
Merchants

  1. What was Chaucer’s profession?

Poet
Noble
Merchant
Civil servant👈🏿👈

  1. How many Canterbury Tales are there?

80
24👈🏿👈
16
50

  1. What is a romance?

An erotic tale of love and passion
A story about Romans
A story of knights, ladies, quests, and love👈🏿👈
A cheap book you buy from a drugstore

  1. Which tale qualifies as part of a medieval sermon?

The Wife of Bath’s Tale
The Tale of Melibee
The Physician’s Tale
The Pardoner’s Tale👈🏿👈

  1. Which pilgrims are most richly attired?

Miller, Yeoman, Summoner, Chaucer
Wife of Bath, Squire, Monk, Physician, Franklin👈🏿👈
Knight, Nun’s Priest, Parson, Pardoner
Friar, Reeve, Manciple, Man of Law

  1. Which tales take place in the Orient?

The Wife of Bath’s Tale and the Nun’s Priest’s Tale
The Prioress’s Tale and the Knight’s Tale
The Man of Law’s Tale and the Squire’s Tale👈🏿👈
The Miller’s Tale and the Clerk’s Tale

  1. Which pilgrim carries a brooch inscribed with Latin words meaning “Love Conquers All”?

The Prioress👈🏿👈
The Wife of Bath
The Monk
The Squire

  1. At what time of year does the pilgrimage take place?

In the dead of winter
In the height of spring👈🏿👈
“That time of year when yellow leaves . . . hang upon these boughs”
On a midsummer night

  1. Which characters are connected to the Church?

The Prioress, the Monk, the Friar, the Summoner, and the Pardoner👈🏿👈
The Miller, the Ploughman, and the Reeve
The Knight, the Manciple, and the Host
The Canon’s Yeoman, the Physician, the Clerk, and the Man of Law

  1. Which tale is about a talking falcon?

The Nun’s Priest’s Tale
The Canon’s Yeoman’s Tale
The Franklin’s Tale
The Squire’s Tale👈🏿👈

  1. Which tales are about the patient suffering of women?

The Wife of Bath’s Tale and the Prioress’s Tale
The Knight’s Tale, the Cook’s Tale, and the Nun’s Priest’s Tale
The Man of Law’s Tale, the Clerk’s Tale, and the Physician’s Tale👈🏿👈
The Tale of Melibee, the Parson’s Tale, and the Friar’s Tale

  1. Why does the Pardoner upset the Host?

The Pardoner is homosexual.
The Pardoner tries to sell indulgences to the pilgrima, after he has already told them that he cheats people.👈🏿👈
The Pardoner has physically attacked the Host with his heavy bag

Majid Faroo

HAMLET MCQS BY Majid Farooq

  1. Whom does Polonius send to France to spy on Laertes?

Reynaldo👈🏿👈
Ophelia
Guido
Marcellus

  1. Where does the ghost appear during the play?

The castle ramparts and the great hall of Elsinore
Fortinbras’s tent and Hamlet’s bedchamber
The castle ramparts and Gertrude’s bedchamber👈🏿👈
Gertrude’s bedchamber and the great hall of Elsinore

  1. How did Claudius murder King Hamlet?

By stabbing him through an arras
By pouring poison into his ear👈🏿👈
By ordering him to be hanged
By poisoning his wine glass

  1. Where is the university at which Horatio and Hamlet studied?

Paris
Oxford
Constantinople
Wittenberg👈🏿👈

  1. Whose skull does Hamlet discover in the churchyard?

The former court jester’s👈🏿👈
Reynaldo’s
Ophelia’s
His father’s

  1. Which of the following characters cannot see the ghost?

Marcellus


Hamlet
Gertrude👈🏿👈
Horatio

  1. Who escorts Hamlet on the voyage to England?

Cornelius and Voltimand
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern👈🏿👈
Marcellus and Bernardo
Captain Vicissus and the one-eyed thief

  1. Where do Hamlet and Laertes fight during Ophelia’s funeral?

In the nearby woods
Beside Ophelia’s grave
Inside the church
Inside the grave itself👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following characters survive the play?

Fortinbras, Horatio, and Osric👈🏿👈
Prince Hamlet, Polonius, and Gertrude
Claudius, Rosencrantz, and Guildenstern
Ophelia, Laertes, and King Hamlet

  1. What does Hamlet claim to be able to tell the difference between when the wind is from the south?

A flea and a fire log
A nymph and a nihilist
A hawk and a handsaw👈🏿👈
A shark and St. Timothy

  1. In whose history of Denmark did Shakespeare find background material for his play?

Oedipus of Thebes
Saxo Grammaticus👈🏿👈
Franz Guntherhaasen
Dionysus Finn

  1. How does Ophelia die?

Claudius stabs her.
Hamlet strangles her.
She slits her wrists.
She drowns in the river.👈🏿👈

  1. Whose story does Hamlet ask the players to tell upon their arrival to Elsinore?

Priam and Hecuba’s👈🏿👈
Antony and Cleopatra’s
Gertrude and Claudius’s
Ophelia’s

  1. Why, according to Polonius, has Hamlet gone mad?

He grieves too much for his father.
He despises Claudius for marrying Gertrude.
He is in love with Ophelia.👈🏿👈
He is jealous of Laertes and longs to return to Wittenberg.

  1. Who is the last character to die in the play?

Horatio
Hamlet👈🏿👈
Claudius
Fortinbras

  1. How many characters die during the course of the play?

Two
Five
Seven
Eight👈🏿👈

  1. Who speaks the famous “To be, or not to be” soliloquy?

Claudius
Hamlet👈🏿👈
The ghost
Laertes

  1. In what country do Rosencrantz and Guildenstern die?

Belgium
Denmark
England👈🏿👈
Poland

  1. Why does Hamlet decide not to kill Claudius after the traveling players’ play?

Claudius is praying.👈🏿👈
Claudius is asleep.
Claudius pleads for mercy.
Gertrude is in the next room.

  1. Who killed Fortinbras’s father?

Prince Hamlet
Laertes
Fortinbras
Hamlet’s father👈🏿👈

  1. Which character speaks the first line of the play?

Bernardo👈🏿👈
Francisco
Hamlet
Horatio

  1. In which of the following years was Hamlet most likely written?

1570
1601👈🏿👈
1581
1610

  1. Which of Claudius and Laertes’ traps for Hamlet succeeds in killing him?

The poisoned cup
The sharpened sword
The poisoned dagger
The poisoned sword👈🏿👈

  1. Which character speaks from beneath the stage toward the end of Act I?

The ghost👈🏿👈
Hamlet
Claudius
Polonius

  1. Who returns Hamlet to Denmark after his exile?

Horatio
Claudius👈🏿👈
A group of pirates
A group of monks

Majid Faooq

The Retun Of The NATIVE
Majid Farooq

  1. What is the name of Mrs. Yeobright’s house?

A. Howard’s End
B. Blooms-End®
C. Rainbarrow
D. Mistover Knapp

  1. Who pricks Eustacia with a needle to break her supposed curse?

A. Susan Nonsuch®
B. Mrs. Yeobright
C. Olly Dowden
D. Christian Cantle

  1. What was Clym’s occupation in Paris?

A. Editor
B. Banker
C. Schoolteacher
D. Diamond Merchant®

  1. The name of Damon Wildeve’s inn is:

A. The Golden Lion
B. Mistover Knapp
C. The Quiet Woman®
D. The Sleeping Pony

  1. Who tells Clym about his mother’s damning last words?

A. Grandfer Cantle
B. Sam
C. Diggory Venn
D. Johnny Nonsuch®

  1. What are “heath-croppers”?

A. Grasshoppers
B. Wild ponies®
C. Local workmen who cut the heath
D. Locusts

  1. What play do the mummers put on?

A. “Merry Christmas, Charlie Brown”
B. “The Passion of Christ”
C. “The Resurrection”
D. “St. George”®

  1. What does Thomasin name her daughter?

A. Angeline
B. Eustacia®
C. Susan
D. Thomasin

  1. How does Diggory Venn obtain the inheritance money from Damon Wildeve?

A. He steals it while Damon is asleep
B. They draw lots for it
C. He wins it at dice®
D. He robs Damon at gunpoint

  1. What profession did Eustacia’s grandfather pursue before his retirement?

A. He was a captain®
B. He was a furze-cutter
C. He was an innkeeper
D. He was a surgeon

  1. What is the name of the fictional region of England in which Hardy’s novels are set?

A. Dorset
B. Wales
C. Wessex®
D. Dorcester

  1. What is “reddle”?

A. Blood
B. Clay used for making pots
C. A dialect mispronunciation of “riddle”
D. A dye used for marking sheep®

  1. How does Damon Wildeve die?

A. He is bitten by a snake
B. He is shot by Diggory Venn
C. He hangs himself
D. He drowns®

  1. What sign does Eustacia use to indicate to Damon Wildeve that she wants to see him?

A. She throws a stone in the pool
B. She lights a bonfire®
C. She sends him a message through Christian Cantle
D. She throws gravel at his window

  1. What is the name of the servant who falls in love with Eustacia?

A. Charley®
B. Hummerkin
C. Little Pete
D. Sam

  1. What is a “barrow”?

A. A ghost that haunts the heath
B. A kind of thorny plant that grows on the heath
C. A primitive burial-mound®
D. A kind of wagon

  1. What title does Hardy give Eustacia?

A. Queen of Night®
B. Lady of Passion
C. Empress of Despair
D. Duchess of the Heath

  1. Mrs. Yeobright doesn’t like Eustacia because:

A. Eustacia is not a lady
B. Captain Vye once insulted Mrs. Yeobright
C. Mrs. Yeobright believes that Eustacia is a witch
D. Her natural women’s intuition tells her not to like the girl®

  1. Eustacia’s great dream is to move to:

A. Heath
B. London
C. East Anglebury
D. Paris®

  1. What misfortune prevents Clym from pursuing his studies to become a schoolteacher?

A. His oldest child dies
B. He damages his eyesight®
C. His mother forbids him to study
D. His cottage burns down

Majid Farooq

King Lear Mcqs by Majid

  1. Lear is king of what country?
    France
    Britain👈🏿👈
    East Anglia
    Scotland
  2. Which one of Lear’s daughters is sent into exile?
    Goneril
    Regan
    Cordelia👈🏿👈
    Juliet
  3. Which one of Lear’s counselors reprimands the king for exiling his daughter?
    Albany
    Kent👈🏿👈
    Cornwall
    Edmund
  4. Who is Gloucester’s bastard son

Kent
Edgar
Albany
Edmund👈🏿👈

  1. When Lear visits Goneril, what does she demand of him?

That he acknowledge her as the sole queen of the realm
That he send away some of his knights
That he execute Cordelia
That he send away the Fool👈🏿👈

  1. When they hear that Lear is coming to visit them, where do Regan and Cornwall go?

To Gloucester’s castle👈🏿👈
To France
To Goneril’s home
To London

  1. Why is Kent thrown into the stocks?

For trying to kill Goneril
For beating Oswald with the flat of his sword👈🏿👈
For threatening Lear’s life
For praising Cordelia in public

  1. When he flees from his father, how does Edgar disguise himself?

As a common beggar👈🏿👈
As a soldier
As Edmund
As Shakespeare

  1. When Lear tells Regan that Goneril has wronged him, what does Regan advise him to do?

Kill himself
Banish Goneril
Make Regan the sole queen
Go to Goneril and ask her forgiveness👈🏿👈

  1. After he curses both Goneril and Regan, what does Lear do?

He storms out of Gloucester’s castle, accompanied by the Fool👈🏿👈
He disinherits both daughters
He sets out in search of Cordelia
He dies

  1. Whom does Lear meet living in a little hovel on the heath?

Albany
Edgar, in disguise👈🏿👈
Cordelia
Edmund

  1. Why is Gloucester accused of treason?

Because he attempts to assassinate Goneril and Regan
Because he throws Lear in prison
Because he exiles Edgar
Because Edmund reveals letters showing that he knows of a French invasion👈🏿👈

  1. Where does Gloucester send Lear and his attendants?

To Dover👈🏿👈
To London
To Gloucester’s castle
To Goneril’s castle

  1. How is Gloucester punished for his “treason”?

He is burned
He is blinded👈🏿👈
He is branded with a scarlet letter
He is exiled

  1. Who encounters Gloucester on the heath and offers to lead him to Dover?

The Fool
Edmund
Edgar👈🏿👈
Lear

  1. Who is leading the army that lands at Dover?

Albany
Kent
Cordelia👈🏿👈
Lear

  1. Why does Gloucester want to reach the cliffs of Dover?

He wants to see the invasion fleet
He thinks Edgar is waiting for him there
He wants to throw himself over the cliffs👈🏿👈
He wants to see the famed white cliffs before he dies

  1. To whom are both Goneril and Regan attracted?

Edmund👈🏿👈
Edgar
Albany
Cornwall

  1. Before the battle between the French and English armies, to whose camp is Lear brought?

Cordelia’s👈🏿👈
Edmund’s
Gloucester’s
Albany’s

  1. What happens to Lear and Cordelia during the battle?

They are separated from one another
Edmund takes them captive👈🏿👈
They are both killed
Cordelia is killed and Lear is taken captive

  1. How does Regan die?

Edgar kills her
Edmund poisons her
She kills herself
Goneril poisons her👈🏿👈

  1. Who fights a duel with Edmund?

Albany
Gloucester
Edgar👈🏿👈
Lear

  1. What does Edmund reveal as he lies dying?

That he ordered Cordelia killed👈🏿👈
That he is really Lear’s son
That he was in love with Cordelia
That he killed Gloucester during the battle

  1. What happens to Cordelia?

She kills herself
She is hanged in prison👈🏿👈
She marries Edgar
She kills Goneril

  1. What happens to Lear at the end of the play?

His kingdom is restored
He kills himself
He orders Regan and Goneril executed
He dies while weeping over Cordelia’s body👈🏿👈

Majid Farooq

Othello mcqs by Majid

  1. What pattern is embroidered on the handkerchief?

Strawberries👈🏿👈
Dots
Leaves
Daggers

  1. How is the Turkish fleet thwarted?

In battle with Othello’s fleet
By a storm👈🏿👈
Mutiny
In battle with ships from Rhodes

  1. What rank does Cassio hold before Othello strips it from him?

Corporal
Private
Lieutenant👈🏿👈
Colonel

  1. Which of the following animal epithets is not applied to Othello during the play?

Ram
Horse
Serpent👈🏿👈
Ass

  1. How old is Iago?

Thirty-five
Nineteen
Twenty-eight👈🏿👈
Fifty

  1. What is “the beast with two backs”?

A mutant horse
Othello
Two people having sex👈🏿👈
Conjoined twins

  1. What is Brabanzio’s position in Venice?

Senator👈🏿👈
Duke
Constable
Stable-hand

  1. Where does Iago tell Roderigo that Othello and Desdemona are sailing to from Cyprus?

Morocco
America
Crete
Mauritania👈🏿👈

  1. Who made the handkerchief that Othello inherited from his mother?

Barbary
Othello’s mother
Othello’s former lover
A sibyl, or female prophet👈🏿👈

  1. What first attracted Desdemona to Othello?

His strong hands
His beautifully crafted armor
His handkerchief
The stories he told about his past👈🏿👈

  1. What rank does Iago begrudgingly hold?

Colonel
Sergeant
Ensign👈🏿👈
Captain

  1. From whom did Desdemona first hear the “song of ‘Willow’”?

Othello
Her mother’s maid, Barbary👈🏿👈
The clown
Emilia

  1. Which of the following epithets is most commonly applied to Iago throughout the play?

“Honest”👈🏿👈
“Fat”
“Stubborn”
“Ugly”

  1. Whose death does Graziano report in the final scene?

The duke’s
Lodovico’s
Bianca’s
Brabanzio’s👈🏿👈

  1. Which of Cassio’s weaknesses does Iago exploit?

His inability to ride a horse
A low tolerance for alcohol👈🏿👈
A bad knee
A short attention span

  1. Whom does Iago refer to as the true general?

The duke
Brabanzio
Desdemona👈🏿👈
Lodovico

  1. How does Othello kill Desdemona?

He stabs her.
He smothers her.👈🏿👈
He strangles her.
He beats her to death.

  1. What, according to Iago, is the “green-eyed monster”?

Envy
Greed
Sexual desire
Jealousy👈🏿👈

  1. Whom does Cassio wound in the drunken brawl of Act II, scene iii?

Roderigo
Iago
Montano👈🏿👈
Graziano

  1. With whom does Cassio dine the night he is stabbed?

Othello
Lodovico
Desdemona
Bianca👈🏿👈

  1. What is Othello holding as he stands over the sleeping Desdemona?

A light
A sword👈🏿👈
A flower
A pillow

  1. Who is the first character to refer to Othello by name?

The duke👈🏿👈
Iago
Brabanzio
Desdemona

  1. According to Lodovico’s letter, who is to replace Othello as governor of Cyprus?

Montano
Cassio👈🏿👈
Iago
Lodovico

  1. On the night of her death, what does Desdemona ask Emilia to do?

Put ribbons in Desdemona’s hair
Sing Desdemona to sleep
Put Desdemona’s wedding sheets on the bed👈🏿👈
Embroider Desdemona a new handkerchief

  1. What does Iago counsel Roderigo to do?

“Put seeds in thy garden”
“Put money in thy purse”👈🏿👈
“Put woman out of thy mind”
“Put thy head upon my shoulder

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The Tempest
mcqs by Majid

  1. Whom does Caliban mistake for one of Prospero’s spirits sent to torment him?

Stephano
Ferdinand
Miranda
Trinculo👈🏿👈

  1. What was Prospero’s title before his position was usurped and he was forced to flee Italy?

Duke of Milan👈🏿👈
King of Naples
Duke of Naples
Pope of Rome

  1. From which country is Alonso’s ship returning when it is caught in the tempest?

Naples
England
Tunis👈🏿👈
Bermudas

  1. How long have Prospero and Miranda been on their island?

Ten years
Fifteen years
Twelve years👈🏿👈
One day

  1. What was the name of Caliban’s mother?

Ariel
Claribel
Sycorax👈🏿👈
Setebos

  1. Over how many days does the action of The Tempest take place?

Two
One👈🏿👈
Three
Four

  1. Which mythical figures appear in the wedding masque Prospero stages for Miranda and Ferdinand?

Cupid, Venus, and Mars
Jupiter and Saturn
Ceres, Iris, and Juno👈🏿👈
Isis and Osiris

  1. Which character is Prospero’s brother?

Alonso
Sebastian
Gonzalo
Antonio👈🏿👈

  1. Which character is Sebastian’s brother?

Prospero
Antonio
Gonzalo
Alonso👈🏿👈

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  1. What do we see Miranda and Ferdinand doing in the play’s final scene?

Playing cards
Carrying wood
Playing chess👈🏿👈
Playing tag

  1. What shape does Ariel assume at the magical banquet in Act III, scene iii?

Harpy👈🏿👈
Eagle
Sea-nymph
Hound

  1. What do Prospero and Ariel set out as bait for Caliban, Trinculo, and Stephano?

“a butt of sack”
“the nimble marmoset”
“glistening apparel”👈🏿👈
“a thousand twangling instruments”

  1. What does Caliban say must be done before Prospero can be killed?

His magic cloak must be burnt
His books must be seized👈🏿👈
Miranda must be killed
A tempest must be raised

  1. What is the name of Alonso’s daughter?

Claribel👈🏿👈
Miranda
Sycorax
Alonsa

  1. What does Prospero give as his reason for treating Caliban badly?

Caliban tried to kill him
Caliban tried to steal his books
Caliban is merely a beast
Caliban attempted to rape Miranda👈🏿👈

  1. Who helped Prospero and Miranda to flee Italy?

Antonio
Gonzalo👈🏿👈
Trinculo
Claribel

  1. Where does Ariel put the mariners and Boatswain after the tempest?

In a thicket
Under Caliban’s cloak
Asleep in the ship in the harbor👈🏿👈
In Prospero’s cell

  1. Where did Sycorax imprison Ariel?

On another island
In a cloven pine👈🏿👈
In a lion’s den
Inside a stone

  1. What task are both Caliban and Ferdinand forced to perform?

Marrying Miranda
Singing drunkenly
Collecting berries
Carrying wood👈🏿👈

  1. Who persuades Sebastian to try to kill Alonso?

Antonio👈🏿👈
Gonzalo
Ariel
Alonso

  1. What does Prospero intend to “drown” after he has reconciled with his enemies?

His magic garments
His book👈🏿👈
His staff
Caliban

  1. What does Caliban say is his “chief profit” from learning language?

He knows how to curse👈🏿👈
He can show Prospero the “qualities o’ th’ isle”
He can woo Miranda
He can sing with Trinculo and Stephano

  1. Which characters do Stephano and Trinculo most clearly parody?

Prospero and Miranda
Caliban and Sycorax
Alonso and Gonzalo
Antonio and Sebastian👈🏿👈

  1. What is the final task Prospero orders Ariel to perform?

To release Sycorax
To haul a load of wood
To give the fleet calm seas on its return to Italy👈🏿👈
To take charge of Caliban

  1. We are told that one of the following characters has visited England. Which one?

Stephano
Prospero
Trinculo👈🏿👈
Alonso

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Twelfth Night Mcqs
Majid Farooq

  1. Who is Orsino in love with at the beginning of the play?

Olivia👈🏿👈
Viola
Maria
Malvolio

  1. Complete the quote: “If music be the food of _, play on.”

Sleep
Sorrow
Love👈🏿👈
Joy

  1. Where does Twelfth Night take place?

England
Illyria👈🏿👈
Ruritania
Denmark

  1. Why is Olivia unwilling to receive any visitors?

She is hideously deformed
She is terribly shy
She cannot speak
She is in mourning for her dead brother👈🏿👈

  1. How does Viola come to be at Orsino’s court?

She is shipwrecked nearby👈🏿👈
She is captured and made a slave
She is invited to be a guest of Orsino
She is Orsino’s daughter

  1. Why is Sir Andrew Aguecheek staying at Olivia’s home?

He is her uncle
He is trying to court Maria
He is trying to court Olivia👈🏿👈
He is Malvolio’s brother

  1. How does Viola disguise herself?

She puts on makeup to make herself resemble an old woman
She dresses like a man👈🏿👈
She shaves her head and wears a false beard
She does not disguise herself

  1. What is Malvolio’s position?

He is Orsino’s fool
He is Viola’s butler
He is Sir Toby’s butler
He is Olivia’s steward👈🏿👈

  1. What is Sir Toby’s great vice?

He is a drunkard👈🏿👈
He is a glutton
He enjoys pornography
He has no vices

  1. Who does Orsino send to carry his messages to Olivia?

Malvolio
Feste
Viola, disguised as Cesario👈🏿👈
Sebastian

  1. Who does Viola fall in love with?

Malvolio
Orsino👈🏿👈
Sir Toby
Olivia

  1. Who does Olivia fall in love with?

Orsino
Malvolio
Antonio
Viola, in her disguise as Cesario👈🏿👈

  1. Who is Sebastian?

Viola’s brother👈🏿👈
Orsino’s cousin
Olivia’s fool
Malvolio’s son

  1. Who forges the letter that Malvolio thinks is from Olivia?

Feste
Sir Toby
Maria👈🏿👈
Viola

  1. What does the forged letter make Malvolio believe?

That Maria is in love with him
That he is going to inherit a fortune
That Viola is in love with him
That Olivia is in love with him👈🏿👈

  1. Who takes care of Sebastian after he is shipwrecked?

Viola
Feste
Malvolio
Antonio👈🏿👈

  1. Who challenges Cesario to a duel?

Orsino
Sir Andrew👈🏿👈
Malvolio
Antonio

  1. What does Malvolio wear in the hope of pleasing Olivia?

Green leggings
Women’s clothing
Yellow stockings and crossed garters👈🏿👈
A red wig and silver pantaloons

  1. Why does Antonio travel to Illyria?

To be close to Sebastian👈🏿👈
To get revenge on Orsino
To woo Olivia
He does not travel

  1. Why does Sir Andrew try to fight with Sebastian?

He thinks that Sebastian has killed Orsino
He thinks that Sebastian wants to kill Sir Toby
He thinks that Sebastian is in love with Maria
He thinks that Sebastian is Cesario👈🏿👈

  1. What do Sir Toby and the others do to Malvolio?

They kill him
They lock him in a dark room and tell him he is mad👈🏿👈
They tar and feather him
They get him drunk and convince him to sing with them

  1. What disguise does Feste wear when he speaks with Malvolio?

Cesario
Olivia
Sir Topas, the curate👈🏿👈
An angel

  1. Who does Olivia marry?

Sebastian👈🏿👈
Antonio
Orsino
Malvolio

  1. When he realizes that Cesario is a woman, what does Orsino do?

He orders her executed
He banishes her
He betroths her to Antonio
He decides to marry her👈🏿👈

  1. Which character does not get married (or plan to) at the end of the play?

Orsino
Sir Toby
Sebastian
Malvolio👈🏿👈

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Pride and Prejudice Mcqs by
Majid Farooq

  1. Complete the quotation: “It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a _.”

house
title
wife👈🏿👈
dog

  1. The Bennet family lives in the village of

Pemberley
Longbourn👈🏿👈
Rosings
London

  1. Mr. Bingley, when he attends the ball in Meryton, seems to be quite taken with

Elizabeth
Jane👈🏿👈
Lydia
Charlotte Lucas

  1. How does Mr. Darcy offend Elizabeth at the first ball?

He insults her father.
He dances with Jane too often.
He slaps her.
He refuses to dance with her.👈🏿👈

  1. Elizabeth’s best friend is named

Mrs. Phillips
Charlotte Lucas👈🏿👈
Miss Bingley
Mrs. Gardiner

  1. Why does Jane’s visit to the Bingleys end up lasting for days?

She gets soaked in a rainstorm and becomes ill.👈🏿👈
Mr. Bingley proposes to her.
Mrs. Bennet forgets to send a carriage to bring her home.
Jane is hoping to make Mr. Darcy fall in love with her.

  1. What does it mean that Mr. Bennet’s property is “entailed”?

Lady Catherine de Bourgh gave it to him.
It can only be inherited by a male.👈🏿👈
It comes from his wife’s family.
He rents from Sir William Lucas.

  1. What reason does Wickham give Elizabeth for his dislike of Darcy?

Darcy killed his cousin in a duel.
Darcy wouldn’t let Wickham marry his sister.
Darcy betrayed his country.
Darcy cheated him out of an inheritance.👈🏿👈

  1. To which Bennet daughter does Mr. Collins propose marriage?

Elizabeth👈🏿👈
Jane
Mary
Lydia

  1. Whom does Mr. Collins marry?

Jane
Lydia
Miss Bingley
Charlotte Lucas👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Miss Bingley dislike Elizabeth?

She is jealous of Darcy’s growing attraction to Elizabeth.👈🏿👈
Elizabeth insulted Miss Bingley at the ball.
Wickham has told Miss Bingley lies about Elizabeth’s character.
Darcy is constantly speaking ill of Elizabeth.

  1. Where do the Bingleys and Darcy go for the winter?

Pemberley
London👈🏿👈
They remain at Netherfield
France

  1. In March, Elizabeth goes to visit

Miss Darcy
Charlotte Lucas👈🏿👈
Wickham and Lydia
Miss Bingley

  1. Lady Catherine de Bourgh is Darcy’s

Aunt👈🏿👈
Sister
Mother
First wife

  1. When Darcy first proposes to Elizabeth, he spends most of the proposal dwelling on

Her beauty
How socially unsuitable a match she is for him👈🏿👈
How much he adores her family
How much money he will lavish on her

  1. When Darcy proposes for the first time, Elizabeth

Tells him that she is engaged to Wickham
Asks him for more time
Turns him down👈🏿👈
Faints

  1. Elizabeth’s feelings toward Darcy begin to change when he

Sends her a letter explaining his actions👈🏿👈
Fights a duel with Wickham
Sends money to Jane
Marries Miss Bingley

  1. Darcy’s estate is called

Rosings
London
Pemberley👈🏿👈
Brighton

  1. Where does Lydia spend the summer, and why?

Netherfield, to be near Darcy
London, because she enjoys the opera
Brighton, to be near the militia regiment👈🏿👈
Barbados, for her health

  1. What socially disastrous romantic decision does Lydia make?

She elopes with Wickham.👈🏿👈
She marries Bingley.
She rejects Mr. Collins’s proposal.
She runs away to France with a lover.

  1. Who spearheads the search for Lydia after Mr. Bennet returns home in defeat?

Mr. Gardiner👈🏿👈
Sir William Lucas
Charlotte Lucas
Mrs. Phillips

  1. Who pays off Wickham, convincing him to marry Lydia?
    Bingley
    Darcy👈🏿👈
    Mr. Gardiner
    Mr. Collins
  2. When he returns to Netherfield, Mr. Bingley
    Has just married Miss Darcy
    Pursues the priesthood
    Begins courting Elizabeth
    Resumes courting Jane👈🏿👈
  3. What does Lady Catherine forbid Elizabeth to do?
    Marry Bingley
    Visit Rosings
    Marry Darcy👈🏿👈
    See Wickham
  4. The novel ends with

Darcy marrying Elizabeth, and Bingl
The Mill on the Floss
mcqs by Majid

  1. Which of these reasons is not one of Mr. Tulliver’s reasons for sending Tom on for more education?

So that Tom can teach Maggie👈🏿👈
So that Tom can learn to write well
So that Tom will have something else to do besides take over the mill from Mr. Tulliver
So that Tom can help Mr. Tulliver with law documents and arbitrations

  1. What does Mr. Tulliver seek Mr. Riley’s advice about?

Maggie’s uncanny intelligence
Tulliver’s dispute with Mr. Pivart over the Floss water
Tom’s education👈🏿👈
Tulliver’s disputes with his wife’s family, the Dodsons

  1. What book does Maggie show Mr. Riley that she is reading?

Aesop’s Fables
The Christian Year
Pilgrim’s Progress
The History of the Devil👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Tom first get angry at Maggie when he comes home from school in Book First?

Because she won’t curl her hair
Because she doesn’t play fair at Heads or Tails
Because she has forgotten to feed his rabbits and they’ve died👈🏿👈
Because she speaks badly of Lucy

  1. Why does Tom break off his friendship with Bob Jakin?

Because Bob is better at trapping rabbits than Tom
Because Bob is not intelligent
Because Bob does not play fairly👈🏿👈
Because Bob has stolen Tom’s pocketknife

  1. What impulsive action does Maggie take during the visit of her aunts and uncles in Book First?

She falls in the mud
She eats Tom’s dessert
She steps on a cake
She cuts her own hair👈🏿👈

  1. What do Mrs. Glegg and Mr. Tulliver have a disagreement over?

Table linens
Tom’s education👈🏿👈
The 500 pounds Mrs. Glegg has lent Mr. Tulliver
Maggie’s behavior

  1. Why does Mr. Tulliver ultimately decide not to press his sister for the money she owes him?

Because he thinks of Maggie dependent upon Tom after his own death👈🏿👈
Because he sees her eight children
Because Mr. Moss convinces him to lay off
Because another investment of his makes good

  1. What are Maggie’s intentions towards the gypsies?

To use them to make her family pity her
To learn their language
To teach them and be their queen👈🏿👈
To teach them how to cook

  1. What was St. Ogg’s profession?

A farmer
A miller
A priest
A ferryman👈🏿👈

  1. Who insists upon the repayment of the 500 pounds between Mr. Tulliver and Mrs. Glegg?

Mrs. Glegg
Mr. Tulliver👈🏿👈
Mrs. Tulliver
Mr. Glegg

  1. Who is Tom’s only playmate during his first term with Mr. Stelling?

Poulter
Bob Jakin
Laura Stelling👈🏿👈
Yap

  1. Why is Christmas dreary after Tom’s first term with Mr. Stelling?

Because Maggie has become religiously ascetic
Because Tom hates school
Because the Dodsons refuse to visit
Because Mr. Tulliver is preoccupied with litigation over the river water👈🏿👈

  1. How does Philip Wakem first win Tom’s respect?

His singing
His drawing skills👈🏿👈
His intelligence
His self-assured demeanor

  1. What feature of Maggie’s draws Philip to her?

Her eyes👈🏿👈
Her hair
Her linguistic prowess
Her impetuousness

  1. What is Philip’s first thought when Tom drops a sword on his own foot?

That Tom deserved it
That Tom might fear he will be lame for life👈🏿👈
That Tom is headstrong and stupid
That warfare is wrong

  1. With whom does Maggie go to boarding school?

Her mother
Miss Guest
Tom
Lucy Deane👈🏿👈

  1. What is Mr. Tulliver reading when he has a stroke?

A decision against him in the court case over the water power
A notice from his lawyer, Mr. Gore, that he is bankrupted
A letter stating that the mortgage of the mill has been transferred to Wakem👈🏿👈
A letter from Maggie saying she will be home soon

  1. Why does Maggie become angry at her aunts and uncles during her father’s illness?

Because they are insulting Tom about the benefits of his education
Because they will not offer to buy any of the family’s furniture👈🏿👈
Because they are insulting to Mrs. Moss
Because they have befriended Lawyer Wakem

  1. What causes Lawyer Wakem to buy the mill?

The transference of Tulliver’s mortgage to him
Mrs. Tulliver’s visit to him👈🏿👈
Mr. Riley’s recommendation
Tom’s proud behavior

  1. What does Mr. Tulliver make Tom write in the family Bible?

A notice that Maggie will never marry
A notice that Wakem is not forgiven👈🏿👈
The occasion of Tom’s repayment of the family debts
The formal transference of power from Tulliver to Tom

  1. How does Tom manage to pay off the family debt?

By saving his wages at Guest & Co.
Through an entrepreneurial scheme with Bob Jakin👈🏿👈
By appealing to Mr. Glegg for money
By selling his own goods

  1. What is Stephen Guest’s relationship to Lucy Deane?

They are engaged
They are married
They are courting👈🏿👈
They are friends

  1. What is the significance of Maggie’s sewing?

It shows that she is accomplished in female arts
It shows her love of handicraft
It signifies nothing
It shows that she has been in financial difficulty👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Maggie become angry when Stephen kisses her arm at the dance?

Because Lucy might have seen
Because Maggie is engaged to Philip
Because he is drunk
Because it shows that Stephen thinks lightly of her👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following is not a reason that Maggie decides to leave Stephen in Mudport and return to St. Ogg’s?

Because she feels her life with Stephen wouldn’t be noble
Because she feels the pull of the past on her
Because she knows that St. Ogg’s will never accept her as Stephen’s wife👈🏿👈
Because she sympathizes with Lucy’s and Philip’s positions

Majid Farooqey marrying Miss Darcy
Darcy marrying Elizabeth, and Wickham marrying Jane
Bingley marrying Jane, and Elizabeth marrying Wickham
Bingley marrying Jane, and Darcy marrying Elizabeth👈🏿👈

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The Mill on the Floss
mcqs by Majid

  1. Which of these reasons is not one of Mr. Tulliver’s reasons for sending Tom on for more education?

So that Tom can teach Maggie👈🏿👈
So that Tom can learn to write well
So that Tom will have something else to do besides take over the mill from Mr. Tulliver
So that Tom can help Mr. Tulliver with law documents and arbitrations

  1. What does Mr. Tulliver seek Mr. Riley’s advice about?

Maggie’s uncanny intelligence
Tulliver’s dispute with Mr. Pivart over the Floss water
Tom’s education👈🏿👈
Tulliver’s disputes with his wife’s family, the Dodsons

  1. What book does Maggie show Mr. Riley that she is reading?

Aesop’s Fables
The Christian Year
Pilgrim’s Progress
The History of the Devil👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Tom first get angry at Maggie when he comes home from school in Book First?

Because she won’t curl her hair
Because she doesn’t play fair at Heads or Tails
Because she has forgotten to feed his rabbits and they’ve died👈🏿👈
Because she speaks badly of Lucy

  1. Why does Tom break off his friendship with Bob Jakin?

Because Bob is better at trapping rabbits than Tom
Because Bob is not intelligent
Because Bob does not play fairly👈🏿👈
Because Bob has stolen Tom’s pocketknife

  1. What impulsive action does Maggie take during the visit of her aunts and uncles in Book First?

She falls in the mud
She eats Tom’s dessert
She steps on a cake
She cuts her own hair👈🏿👈

  1. What do Mrs. Glegg and Mr. Tulliver have a disagreement over?

Table linens
Tom’s education👈🏿👈
The 500 pounds Mrs. Glegg has lent Mr. Tulliver
Maggie’s behavior

  1. Why does Mr. Tulliver ultimately decide not to press his sister for the money she owes him?

Because he thinks of Maggie dependent upon Tom after his own death👈🏿👈
Because he sees her eight children
Because Mr. Moss convinces him to lay off
Because another investment of his makes good

  1. What are Maggie’s intentions towards the gypsies?

To use them to make her family pity her
To learn their language
To teach them and be their queen👈🏿👈
To teach them how to cook

  1. What was St. Ogg’s profession?

A farmer
A miller
A priest
A ferryman👈🏿👈

  1. Who insists upon the repayment of the 500 pounds between Mr. Tulliver and Mrs. Glegg?

Mrs. Glegg
Mr. Tulliver👈🏿👈
Mrs. Tulliver
Mr. Glegg

  1. Who is Tom’s only playmate during his first term with Mr. Stelling?

Poulter
Bob Jakin
Laura Stelling👈🏿👈
Yap

  1. Why is Christmas dreary after Tom’s first term with Mr. Stelling?

Because Maggie has become religiously ascetic
Because Tom hates school
Because the Dodsons refuse to visit
Because Mr. Tulliver is preoccupied with litigation over the river water👈🏿👈

  1. How does Philip Wakem first win Tom’s respect?

His singing
His drawing skills👈🏿👈
His intelligence
His self-assured demeanor

  1. What feature of Maggie’s draws Philip to her?

Her eyes👈🏿👈
Her hair
Her linguistic prowess
Her impetuousness

  1. What is Philip’s first thought when Tom drops a sword on his own foot?

That Tom deserved it
That Tom might fear he will be lame for life👈🏿👈
That Tom is headstrong and stupid
That warfare is wrong

  1. With whom does Maggie go to boarding school?

Her mother
Miss Guest
Tom
Lucy Deane👈🏿👈

  1. What is Mr. Tulliver reading when he has a stroke?

A decision against him in the court case over the water power
A notice from his lawyer, Mr. Gore, that he is bankrupted
A letter stating that the mortgage of the mill has been transferred to Wakem👈🏿👈
A letter from Maggie saying she will be home soon

  1. Why does Maggie become angry at her aunts and uncles during her father’s illness?

Because they are insulting Tom about the benefits of his education
Because they will not offer to buy any of the family’s furniture👈🏿👈
Because they are insulting to Mrs. Moss
Because they have befriended Lawyer Wakem

  1. What causes Lawyer Wakem to buy the mill?

The transference of Tulliver’s mortgage to him
Mrs. Tulliver’s visit to him👈🏿👈
Mr. Riley’s recommendation
Tom’s proud behavior

  1. What does Mr. Tulliver make Tom write in the family Bible?

A notice that Maggie will never marry
A notice that Wakem is not forgiven👈🏿👈
The occasion of Tom’s repayment of the family debts
The formal transference of power from Tulliver to Tom

  1. How does Tom manage to pay off the family debt?

By saving his wages at Guest & Co.
Through an entrepreneurial scheme with Bob Jakin👈🏿👈
By appealing to Mr. Glegg for money
By selling his own goods

  1. What is Stephen Guest’s relationship to Lucy Deane?

They are engaged
They are married
They are courting👈🏿👈
They are friends

  1. What is the significance of Maggie’s sewing?

It shows that she is accomplished in female arts
It shows her love of handicraft
It signifies nothing
It shows that she has been in financial difficulty👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Maggie become angry when Stephen kisses her arm at the dance?

Because Lucy might have seen
Because Maggie is engaged to Philip
Because he is drunk
Because it shows that Stephen thinks lightly of her👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following is not a reason that Maggie decides to leave Stephen in Mudport and return to St. Ogg’s?

Because she feels her life with Stephen wouldn’t be noble
Because she feels the pull of the past on her
Because she knows that St. Ogg’s will never accept her as Stephen’s wife👈🏿👈
Because she sympathizes with Lucy’s and Philip’s positions

Majid Farooq

A Passage to India

mcqs by Majid

  1. In the opening dialogue of the novel, who is most open to the possibility of Indian-English friendship?

Hamidullah👈🏿👈
Aziz
Mahmoud Ali
Hamidullah’s wife

  1. Why is Aziz at the mosque where he meets Mrs. Moore?

Because it is the traditional time for prayer
Because Englishwomen have stolen his tonga👈🏿👈
Because he is restless and agitated
Because he sensed her presence

  1. How does Aziz sense Mrs. Moore is sympathetic to him?

She is knowledgeable about Islam
She approaches him first
She appears unafraid of him
She speaks frankly about her dislike for Mrs. Turton👈🏿👈

  1. Why, at the beginning of the novel, is Adela Quested dissatisfied with her visit to India?

Because she wants to be engaged to Ronny
Because she wants to see the real India👈🏿👈
Because she does not get along with Mrs. Moore
Because she dislikes Ronny’s friends

  1. Why does Turton throw the Bridge Party?

He throws one every year
Because his superior ordered him to
To please Adela👈🏿👈
To please the Nawab Bahadur

  1. Who runs their horse into the flowers at the Bridge Party?

Miss Derek
Aziz
Panna Lal👈🏿👈
The Bhattacharyas

  1. What is the main reason Aziz decides not to attend the Bridge Party?

It coincides with the anniversary of his wife’s death👈🏿👈
He feels sick to his stomach
He wants to spend time with his children
He is angry with Major Callendar

  1. What disconcerts Ronny about his mother’s story about meeting a young man in the mosque?

She disobeyed his orders
She should not be hanging around with younger men
Her tone of voice does not indicate that the young man is Indian👈🏿👈
She sounds depressed

  1. Which of the following does not upset Mrs. Moore on the day of Fielding’s tea party?

Adela and Ronny’s bickering
Aziz’s overfriendliness👈🏿👈
Adela’s spontaneous admission that she will return to England
Godbole’s religious song

  1. Which of the following does not cause Adela to change her mind and become engaged to Ronny?

The landscape and sky of Chandrapore
The sexual magnetism between her and Ronny
Her and Ronny’s mutual distaste for Miss Derek and the Nawab Bahadur
A brief lecture from Mrs. Moore👈🏿👈

  1. How does Fielding shock the Indians in Aziz’s sickroom?

He is bluntly honest👈🏿👈
He sits on the floor
He hugs Aziz
He denounces Islam

  1. How does Aziz show Fielding that he considers Fielding like a brother to him?

He lets Fielding sit on his floor
He gossips about the Turtons
He shows Fielding a picture of his wife👈🏿👈
He tells Fielding the names of his children

  1. What event, prior to the visit to the caves, prompts Adela’s and Mrs. Moore’s feelings of emotional emptiness?

Their arrival in India
Adela’s engagement
The production of Cousin Kate
Godbole’s song👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following does not disturb Mrs. Moore in the Marabar Caves?

The echo
The religious singing👈🏿👈
A baby’s hand
The crowd

  1. What makes Fielding suspicious during the trip to the caves?

Adela’s hasty departure
Aziz’s overexcited demeanor
Mrs. Moore’s apathy
The absence of Adela’s servant👈🏿👈

  1. Why does McBryde believe that Indians are criminal?

Because the English treat them poorly
Because they are inherently evil
Because of the Indian climate👈🏿👈
Because they are greedy and crime pays

  1. What does Fielding do that angers the members of the Englishmen’s club?

He hangs around with Aziz
He pronounces Aziz innocent
He fights with a soldier
He does not stand when Ronny enters👈🏿👈

  1. What prompts Adela to suddenly proclaim Aziz innocent?

She feels incredibly guilty
She finally believes Mrs. Moore’s assertion that Aziz is a good man
She has a vision of Marabar and sees that Aziz was not in the cave with her👈🏿👈
She becomes intimidated by Aziz’s lawyer

  1. Why is Aziz upset during his own victory celebration?

Because Fielding leaves with Adela👈🏿👈
Because he has been hardened by prison
Because his friends are threatening the English
Because he knows the English will regard him as guilty regardless of the verdict

  1. Why is Fielding upset with Aziz after the trial?

Because Aziz makes himself look guilty
Because Aziz refuses to credit Adela’s bravery at the trial👈🏿👈
Because Aziz tries to loot the hospital
Because Aziz quits his job

  1. In which European country does Fielding stop and admire the architecture on the way back to England?

France
Spain
Italy👈🏿👈
Greece

  1. What religion provides the backdrop for Part III of A Passage to India?

Hinduism👈🏿👈
Islam
Buddhism
Sikhism

  1. With what character is this religion associated?

Aziz
Fielding
Mahmoud Ali
Godbole👈🏿👈

  1. Through which character does Aziz renew his friendship with Fielding?

Stella Moore
Ralph Moore👈🏿👈
His oldest son
Godbole

  1. Which of the following is not a title of one of the three parts of A Passage to India?

“Mosque”
“Temple”
“Cave”
“Festival”👈🏿👈
Majid Farooq

Doctor Faustus
mcqs by Majid Farooq

  1. In the Prologue, who introduces the story of Doctor Faustus?

The Chorus👈🏿👈
Faustus
Mephastophilis
Wagner

  1. To which Greek mythological character is Faustus compared in the Prologue?

Hercules
Perseus
Icarus👈🏿👈
Theseus

  1. What fields of learning does Faustus consider before he turns to magic?

Chemistry, biology, and physics
Logic, medicine, law, and theology👈🏿👈
Navigation, astronomy, rhetoric, and theology
Grammar, history, science, and Latin

  1. Which characters instruct Faustus in the dark arts?

The scholars
Wagner and Robin
The good and bad angels
Cornelius and Valdes👈🏿👈

  1. When he first summons Mephastophilis, how does Faustus ask him to appear?

In the shape of a Franciscan friar👈🏿👈
In the shape of a beautiful woman
As a winged creature with horns
As a handsome young man

  1. What is the name of the ruler of hell in Doctor Faustus?

Satan
Mephastophilis
Lucifer👈🏿👈
Belzebub

  1. How long does Faustus demand that Mephastophilis serve him?

Thirty years
Twenty-four years👈🏿👈
One hour
A century

  1. What does Faustus offer in return for this service?

All his riches
The life of his first-born child
Nothing
His soul👈🏿👈

  1. How does Faustus sign his compact with Lucifer?

In his own blood👈🏿👈
In the blood of a virgin
In ink produced in hell
He doesn’t

  1. What is the meaning of the words that appear on Faustus’s arm in Latin?

“Satan’s own”
“Prince of Darkness”
“Fly, man”👈🏿👈
“You are doomed”

  1. Who agrees, under duress, to become Wagner’s servant?

Faustus
The clown👈🏿👈
Belzebub
Helen of Troy

  1. What does Mephastophilis refuse to tell Faustus?

If Faustus will be damned
How many planets there are
Where hell is located
Who made the world👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Mephastophilis refuse to answer this question?

He says that the answer is “against our kingdom”👈🏿👈
He does not know the answer
He thinks that the answer is too terrifying for Faustus to hear
He thinks that God will strike him down if he answers the question

  1. Which city does Faustus visit extensively in scene 7?

Amsterdam
Berlin
Rome👈🏿👈
Jerusalem

  1. What trick does Faustus, while invisible, play on the pope?

He makes a Bible burn in the pope’s hands
He exposes the pope’s baldness
He fools the pope into believing a statue is talking to him
He steals dishes of food and disrupts the pope’s banquet👈🏿👈

  1. Which historical figure does Faustus conjure up for the emperor to see?

Helen of Troy
Jesus Christ
Joan of Arc
Alexander the Great👈🏿👈

  1. Which character is publicly skeptical of Faustus’s powers?

Charles V
The knight (also known as Benvolio)👈🏿👈
The horse-courser
The ostler

  1. How does Faustus humiliate this skeptic?

He turns his skin green
He makes him unable to speak
He makes antlers sprout from the skeptic’s head👈🏿👈
He hypnotizes him and makes him strip naked

  1. Who tries to persuade Faustus to repent just before he reseals his pact with Lucifer?

An old man👈🏿👈
Wagner
Mephastophilis
The knight

  1. What happens to the horse that Faustus sells to the horse-courser?

It turns into a dragon
It dies immediately
It lives a long and healthy life
It turns into a heap of straw when it goes in the water👈🏿👈

  1. What does the horse-courser think he is removing from Faustus’s body after Faustus wakes?

His shirt
His leg👈🏿👈
His cloak
His hand

  1. What does Faustus fetch for the Duchess of Vanholt?

A male slave
A griffin
A dish of grapes👈🏿👈
A horse

(Video) Articles Practice Set Exercise with Answers and Explanation Part - 1 English by Kapil Dev Sharma

  1. Where, according to Mephastophilis, is hell?

Everywhere that heaven is not👈🏿👈
Deep below the earth’s surface
Inside Faustus’s soul
Directly beneath heaven

  1. What famous beauty does Mephastophilis present to Faustus in scene 12?

Joan of Arc
Eleanor of Aquitaine
Catherine the Great
Helen of Troy👈🏿👈

  1. What happens to Faustus at the end of the play?

He repents and is saved
He kills himself
He becomes emperor of Germany
He is carried off to hell👈🏿👈

Majid Farooq

The canterbury tales
Prologue 858 lines
Religious pilgrimage
To shrine of thomas beckett
Starts from tabard inn
29 pilgrims

¥ host name: Harry bailey
¥ plan to write 120 tales
¥ completed only 24 tales
¥ written in Rhyme Royal
¥ Rhyme scheme ababbcc
¥ based on boccassio ” decameron”
¥ the knight tells the first tale

First line: whan that april with his shoures soote

Last line: his tale anon and seyde as ye may heere
Faerie queen:

  • incomplete epic
  • longest allegorical poem
  • praise of queen elizabeth
  • queen awarded 50 pounds pension
  • first work in spencerian stanza
  • Ryhme scheme: ababbcbcc
  • consists of 12 books

Characters
Red cross knight, arthur, gloriana, Una, Duessa, Archimego, britomart, florimell, satyrane.

Major Barbara Mcqs by Majid

  1. What is Andrew Undershaft’s motto?

If God gave the hand, let not man withhold the sword
All have the right to fight: none have the right to judge
Unashamed👈🏿👈
Peace shall not prevail save with a sword in her hand

  1. What is the inscription on the dome of the Labor Church in Perivale St. Andrews?

If God gave the hand, let not man withhold the sword
No man is good enough to be another man’s master👈🏿👈
To man the weapon: the heaven the victory
All have the right to fight: none have the right to judge

  1. What is the name of Bill Walker’s girl?

Jenny
Sarah
Rummy
Mog👈🏿👈

  1. Who is Lord Saxmundham?

Andrew Undershaft
Lazarus
Horace Bodger👈🏿👈
Todger Fairmille

  1. What does Barbara’s name mean?

Beauty
Wisdom
Soulfulness
Loveliness👈🏿👈

  1. What is Lady Britomart’s maiden name?

Saxmundham
Undershaft
Fairmille
Stevenage👈🏿👈

  1. What does Undershaft identify as necessary to salvation?

Baptism and first communion
Money and gunpowder👈🏿👈
Money and intelligence
Money and rage

  1. What does Undershaft identify as the worst of crimes?

Poverty👈🏿👈
Theft
Hypocrisy
Weakness

  1. What does Horace Bodger produce?

Arms
Liquor👈🏿👈
Coal
Bread

  1. What instrument does Lomax play in Act I?

The drum
The piano
The harpsichord
The concertina👈🏿👈

  1. When was the Undershaft firm founded?

During the reign of Elizabeth I
During the reign of Victoria I
During the reign of James II
During the reign of James I👈🏿👈

  1. What job does Peter Shirley take at the foundry?

Gatekeeper👈🏿👈
Gravedigger
Foreman
Driver

  1. What is the name of Lady Britomart’s butler?

Bilton
Morrison👈🏿👈
Fairmille
Jeeves

  1. What does Undershaft consider the “final test” of conviction?

Power
Justice
Love
Killing👈🏿👈

  1. What play does Cusins quote in Act II?

Antigone
The Bacchae👈🏿👈
Oedipus at Colonnus
Medea

  1. In Act II, Mrs. Baines mentions a London riot to Undershaft? When were they?

In the 1900s
In the 1880s👈🏿👈
In the 1850s
In the 1920s

  1. Where do Cusins’s parents reside?

Canada
India
Australia👈🏿👈
New Zealand

  1. What profession does Undershaft suggest to Stephen?

He suggests he become a politician👈🏿👈
He suggests that he write
He suggests that he become a philosopher
He suggests that he go into law

  1. What instrument does Undershaft play?

The drum
The concertina
The trumpet
The trombone👈🏿👈

  1. Who steals Bill Walker’s money?

Rummy Mitchens
Jenny Hill
Snobby Price👈🏿👈
Peter Shirley

  1. What is Lomax’s religion?

He is an atheist
He is Catholic
He is Anglican👈🏿👈
He is agnostic

  1. Undershaft agrees to how much of Cusins’s proposed starting salary?

Half
Three-quarters
Three-fifths👈🏿👈
All of it

  1. Who does Barbara ask for at the end of play?

God
Undershaft
Cusins
Lady Britomart👈🏿👈

  1. What is Cusins’ first name?

Charles
Adolphus👈🏿👈
Horace
Andrew

  1. What is Rummy short for?

Romele
Romola👈🏿👈
Rumula
Rumali

MAJID Farooq

A Doll’s House
mcqs by Majid

  1. To what country did Torvald need to travel for his health?

Germany
Norway
Italy👈🏿👈
Sweden

  1. From whom did Nora borrow money?

Krogstad👈🏿👈
Torvald
Mrs. Linde
Dr. Rank

  1. What does the black cross on Dr. Rank’s calling card signify?

He is in love with Nora
He is in a bad mood
He is deeply religious
He will soon die👈🏿👈

  1. How many children do Torvald and Nora have?

One
Three👈🏿👈
None
Seven

  1. Which of the following nicknames is not a nickname Torvald uses for Nora?

Squirrel
Skylark
Silly girl
Peaches👈🏿👈

  1. Whom did Mrs. Linde abandon for a richer man?

Torvald
Dr. Rank
Krogstad👈🏿👈
Her nanny’s father

  1. Whom did Mrs. Linde work many years to support?

Her dying mother👈🏿👈
Her children
Her husband
Her mad uncle

  1. How did Dr. Rank get his disease?

He inherited it from his mother
He inherited it from his father👈🏿👈
He caught it during the war
He caught from a very ill patient

  1. Who helped raise Nora?

Her nanny👈🏿👈
Mrs. Linde
Helene
Nora’s grandmother

  1. What does Nora eat against Torvald’s wishes?

Dates
Bacon
Shellfish
Macaroons👈🏿👈

  1. Where is the play set?

Dr. Rank’s study
The Helmer home👈🏿👈
Krogstad’s house
Mrs. Linde’s apartment

  1. Whose signature did Nora forge?

Krogstad’s
Torvald’s
Her father’s👈🏿👈
Her daughter’s

  1. What is Mrs. Linde’s first name?

Kristine👈🏿👈
Diane
Henrik
Hedda

  1. What crime earned Krogstad his bad reputation?

Forgery👈🏿👈
Murder
Robbery
Counterfeiting

  1. To what does Nora compare herself at the end of the play?

A squirrel
A slave
A prisoner
A doll👈🏿👈

  1. With whom is Dr. Rank secretly in love?

Helene
Nora👈🏿👈
Krogstad
Mrs. Linde

  1. During what holiday is the play set?

All Hallow’s Eve
New Year’s
Easter
Christmas👈🏿👈

  1. What does Nora do too wildly and too violently for Torvald’s taste?

Play with her children
Cook and clean
Dance👈🏿👈
Argue with Krogstad

  1. How does Torvald learn about Nora’s forgery?

Krogstad’s letter informs him👈🏿👈
Mrs. Linde tells him
He overhears a conversation between Dr. Rank and Nora
Nora tells him

  1. How does Nora feel about Dr. Rank?

She thinks that he is boring
She thinks that he is creepy
She doesn’t know him very well
She likes him very much👈🏿👈

  1. What does Torvald tease Nora about at the beginning of the play?

Losing her purse
Spending too much money👈🏿👈
Forgetting to do the laundry
Mispronouncing the word “metempsychosis”

  1. What does Nora expect Torvald to do when he learns about her forgery?

Take the blame himself👈🏿👈
Leave her for another woman
Take the children away from her
Kill her

  1. What kind of party do the Helmers attend?

A birthday party
A going-away party for Dr. Rank
An Easter party
A costume party👈🏿👈

  1. What will be the benefit of Torvald’s new job at the bank?

He will work shorter hours
He will earn more money👈🏿👈
He will be able to take more vacations
He will be able to spend more time at home, taking care of the kids

  1. What is the last thing the audience of A Doll’s House hears?

A door slamming👈🏿👈
A gunshot
A train whistle
A dog barking

Majid Farooq

Heart of Darkness Mcqs by Majid Farooq

  1. Heart of Darkness opens in what setting?

A boat on the Congo River
A boat on the Thames River👈🏿👈
The Company’s offices in Brussels
The Outer Station

  1. Where does Kurtz die?

At the Inner Station
In Brussels
Aboard Marlow’s steamer👈🏿👈
In the jungle

  1. What does Marlow discover atop the fence posts at the Inner Station?

Human heads👈🏿👈
Monkey skulls
Dead infants
The Company flag

  1. The Company trades primarily in

Gold
Slaves
Bananas
Ivory👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following receives Kurtz’s “Report” after his death?

Marlow’s aunt
Kurtz’s “Intended”
A representative of the Company
A journalist👈🏿👈

  1. Most of Marlow’s adventures take place in

Kenya
Rhodesia
The Congo👈🏿👈
England

  1. Which of the following is not something that Marlow gives to the Russian trader?

Food👈🏿👈
Gun cartridges
Tobacco
Shoes

  1. What do the men at the Central Station hear about the fate of the Eldorado Exploring Expedition?

That they have been successful and are returning with lots of ivory
That the expedition’s pack animals are dead👈🏿👈
That the men have been ambushed and killed by natives
That the expedition has found Kurtz

  1. At the end of his “Report” on the natives, Kurtz writes:

“Exterminate all the brutes!”👈🏿👈
“God help us!”
“No more death!”
“God save the King!”

  1. What one thing does Marlow need to repair his wrecked steamer?

Steel plates
A new boiler
Tools
Rivets👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following does not accompany Marlow on his journey up the river from the Central Station?

The chief accountant👈🏿👈
The general manager
The cannibals
The pilgrims

  1. How does Marlow’s helmsman die?

He is killed and eaten by the cannibals.
He is shot by an angry pilgrim.
He is impaled on a spear thrown from the riverbank.👈🏿👈
He falls overboard and drowns.

  1. The Company is

English
French
Dutch
Belgian👈🏿👈

  1. At the Company’s offices Marlow encounters

Kurtz
Kurtz’s fiancée
Two old women knitting👈🏿👈
A Russian trader

  1. Why are the cannibals aboard the steamer hungry?

The pilgrims threw their rotting meat overboard.👈🏿👈
There are no humans for them to eat.
They have no way to make a fire to cook their food.
They are fasting for religious reasons.

  1. Who is ultimately responsible for the attack on the steamer?

The Russian trader
The general manager
Kurtz👈🏿👈
Marlow

  1. Marlow’s predecessor with the Company dies as a result of a quarrel over

Ivory
Hens👈🏿👈
A card game
A woman

  1. The last person Marlow sees in Brussels is

The president of the Company
His aunt
Kurtz’s cousin
Kurtz’s fiancée👈🏿👈

  1. Who helps Marlow to get a job with the Company?

Kurtz
The Director of Companies
His father
His aunt👈🏿👈

  1. What does the Russian trader leave downriver for the approaching steamer?

Firewood👈🏿👈
Water
A map
Food

  1. Before he goes to Africa, Marlow has been on a voyage through

The South Pacific
Asia👈🏿👈
Central America
Alaska

  1. Where does Marlow encounter the “grove of death”?

Brussels
The Outer Station👈🏿👈
The Central Station
The Inner Station

  1. The chief accountant’s most notable characteristic is

His bald head
His spotless white clothing👈🏿👈
His shining black shoes
His unusual hat

  1. At the Central Station the native laborers burn

A hut full of trade goods👈🏿👈
Marlow’s steamer
The chief accountant’s quarters
The surrounding forest

  1. What are Kurtz’s last words?

“Exterminate all the brutes!”
“The horror! The horror!”👈🏿👈
His fiancée’s name
“God help me

Majid Farooq

Things Fall Apart mcqs by Majid Farooq

  1. 1. What is the name of Okonkwo’s motherland?

Mbaino
Mbutu
Mbanta👈🏿👈🏿
Mantra

  1. 2. What holy animal does Okonkwo’s clan suspect the Christians have killed and eaten?

A locust
A python👈🏿👈🏿
A monkey
A tortoise

  1. 3. What is the name of the first missionary who comes to Umuofia?

Mr. Brown👈🏿👈🏿
Reverend Smith
Mr. Jones
Missionary Man

  1. 4. How many villages does Umuofia comprise?

One
Four
Nine👈🏿👈🏿
Seven

  1. 5. Whom did Okonkwo beat in his legendary wrestling match?

Ekwefi Ogbuedi the Rooster
Ogbuedi the Snake
Isaac the Toad
Amalinze the Cat👈🏿👈🏿

  1. 6. In what country does Things Fall Apart take place?

Kenya
Nigeria👈🏿👈🏿
Chad
South Africa

  1. 7. What do the inhabitants of Mbanta believe is responsible for the white man’s miraculous survival after having built his church in the Evil Forest?

His eyeglasses👈🏿👈🏿
His Bible
His borrowed machete
His attitude

  1. 8. What is an ogbanje?

A masked spirit
A type of yam soup
A changeling child👈🏿👈🏿
A musical instrument

  1. 9. What does Okonkwo constantly wish Ezinma had been?

His firstborn child
A son👈🏿👈🏿
A better cook
A donkey

  1. What does a palm tapper tap?

His hand, to keep the beat
A shoulder, for advice
A tree, for wine👈🏿👈🏿
The ground, for oil

  1. For what reason is Okonkwo exiled?

He owes money.
He willfully kills a fellow clan member.
He steals yams.
He unintentionally kills a fellow clan member.👈🏿👈🏿

  1. What are the outcasts required to do before they may join the church?

Shave their heads👈🏿👈🏿
Pierce their tongues
Get cam wood tattoos
Change their names

  1. What is the name of Okonkwo’s second wife?

Chielo
Ojiugo
Ekwefi👈🏿👈🏿
Ezinma

  1. Where are the Christian women forbidden to go when the clan hears of the killing of a royal python?

To the Evil Forest
To the stream👈🏿👈🏿
To the church
To the Tribal Council Meeting

  1. What does Okonkwo do even though he is advised not to?

Marry Ojiugo
Beat Nwoye twice
Attack Chielo
Help kill Ikemefuna👈🏿👈🏿

  1. What crop is king for the Igbo?

Cassava
Yam👈🏿👈🏿
Cotton
Riding Crop

  1. When the Igbo refer to the “iron-horse,” what do they mean?

A train carriage
Maduka, the star wrestler
A bicycle👈🏿👈🏿
An elephant

  1. What is the polite name for leprosy among the Igbo?

The swelling sickness
The white skin👈🏿👈🏿
The heathen state
The albino condition

  1. When do the clan members share the kola nut?

When declaring war
When giving birth to children
When wrestling
When gathering for social occasions👈🏿👈🏿

  1. In the allegory of Tortoise, what do the birds give to Tortoise?

Bird seed
Feathers👈🏿👈🏿
Water
A branch

  1. What does Enoch do to provoke the rage of the clan?

He unmasks an egwugwu.👈🏿👈🏿
He converts Nwoye.
He steals 200 cowry shells.
He mutilates twins.

  1. How does Okonkwo die?

He is poisoned by the Commissioner.
He hangs himself.👈🏿👈🏿
He is stabbed by Enoch.
He dies of the swelling disease.

  1. Why are the villagers happy when the locusts arrive?

Because they represent future happiness
Because they mean good weather and good crops
Because their bodies can be made into glue
Because they taste good👈🏿👈🏿

  1. What does Okonkwo fear most?

Joining the missionaries
Confronting his father
Becoming like his father👈🏿👈🏿
The overthrow of the village elders

  1. The title Things Fall Apart is taken from a poem by

Alfred Lord Tennyson
Joseph Conrad
T.S. Eliot
William Butler Yeats👈🏿👈🏿
Majid Farooq

A Farewell to Arms Mcqs by Majid

  1. At the beginning of the novel, Henry reports that seven thousand soldiers have died due to what?

Venereal disease
The most recent enemy attack
Cholera👈🏿👈
Starvation

  1. Immediately before Henry kisses Catherine for the first time, they make a pact to do what?

Keep their affair a secret from Rinaldi and Miss Ferguson
Drop all discussion about the war👈🏿👈
Love each other always
Meet the coming battle bravely

  1. Hemingway famously said that a writer can “omit things that he knows and that a reader, if the writer is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them.” What term best describes this philosophy?

The Iceberg Theory👈🏿👈
Unreliable Narration
The Veil Theory
The Objective Correlative

  1. Before Henry heads off to the front at Pavla, what does Catherine give him?

The toy riding crop once owned by her fiancé
A bottle of grappa
A love letter
A St. Anthony medal👈🏿👈

  1. Before the trench mortar wounds him, why does Henry leave the dugout?

To rescue one of his ambulance drivers who is stranded outside the dugout
To get food for his drivers👈🏿👈
To prove to his men that he is brave
He is about to abandon his troops but then changes his mind.

  1. How does Mrs. Walker greet Henry upon his arrival at the American hospital in Milan?

She tells him that she resents American boys fighting for foreign armies.
She becomes frazzled because she cannot arrange a room for him without a doctor’s orders.👈🏿👈
She sympathizes with him over his difficult train ride.
She takes his temperature.

  1. Why does the barber who comes to shave Henry almost kill him?

He desperately wants to end the war and believes that killing an officer will make that happen.
He mistakes Henry for an Austrian soldier.👈🏿👈
He is crazy.
Henry resembles the man’s son, who was killed earlier in the war.

  1. What is the name of the good-natured doctor who agrees to operate on Henry’s leg?

Dr. Gorizia
Dr. Influenza
Dr. Pavla
Dr. Valentini👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Catherine decide to bet on a certain horse in a race that she believes has been fixed?

The horse limps.
The horse has been dyed a different color.👈🏿👈
The horse is obviously much younger than the other horses.
The horse has the best jockey.

  1. How does Catherine respond to the news that Henry has received three weeks of convalescent leave?

She tells him that she is pregnant.👈🏿👈
She screams that she never wants to see him again.
She sobs for fear that he will lose his life if he returns to war.
She seduces him and they make love.

  1. What characteristic makes Ettore Moretti a good contrast to Lieutenant Henry?

Ettore can sing.
Ettore is an American.
Ettore is a braggart.👈🏿👈
Ettore is an alcoholic.

  1. What does Henry do when the engineering sergeants in Aymo’s car refuse to help rescue the vehicle from the mud?

He shrugs and lets them go.
He orders Bonello and Aymo to beat them up.
He shoots at them.👈🏿👈
He delivers a powerful speech about cowardice.

  1. Where does Catherine accompany Henry before he leaves for the front?

To the opera
To a gun shop👈🏿👈
To a cathedral
To the place where they met

  1. In what year was A Farewell to Arms published?

1929👈🏿👈
1918
1939
1953

  1. Why do the battle police seize Henry?

He is guilty of treason.
He is an officer.👈🏿👈
He is suspected of killing Aymo.
He trespassed at a local farmhouse.

  1. How is Henry wounded after he crawls out of the river?

The Italian rear guard shoots him.
While crossing the great fields at Campoformio, he snags himself on a barbed wire fence.
While attempting to hide on a train, he cuts his head.👈🏿👈
He falls down a rocky embankment.

  1. In Milan, who lends Henry a suit of civilian clothing?

A barkeep
Ralph Simmons👈🏿👈
Rinaldi
A farmer

  1. What is Helen Ferguson’s reaction upon seeing Henry in Stresa?

She is overjoyed that he has kept his word and returned to Catherine.
She is jealous of Catherine because she has long been in love with Henry.👈🏿👈
She is angry that he has complicated Catherine’s life by seducing her and getting her pregnant.
She is too concerned with her own problems to care much for Henry’s return.

  1. Why do the Swiss guards argue in front of Catherine and Henry?

They disagree over what city offers the best winter sports.👈🏿👈
They are brothers and fight all the time.
They do not agree on which procedure they should follow to process foreign visitors.
They cannot decide whether or not to send the couple back to Italy.

  1. Which destination do Catherine and Henry claim they have come to Switzerland to visit?

Lucerne
Murren
Locarno👈🏿👈
Montreux

  1. In later life, what nickname did Hemingway assume to convey a sense of strength, wisdom, and mastery?

Sensei
Top Cat
Papa👈🏿👈
Big Kahuna

  1. Why does Catherine suggest that Henry grow a beard?

She fears that he is growing restless and needs a change.👈🏿👈
After all these months, he has grown ugly to her.
It will help to disguise him in case the military police show up again.
Having a beard will enable Henry to belong to the right social circles.

  1. Before she dies, what does Catherine say that the world has done to her?

That it has disappointed her
That it makes her wish she had never been born
That it has made her value true love
That it has broken her👈🏿👈

  1. What place does Catherine dream of visiting after she officially marries Henry?

Niagara Falls👈🏿👈
Paris
Barcelona
Los Angeles

  1. What is Henry’s reaction to his child’s birth?

He weeps with joy.
He passes out cigars to the hospital staff.
He shows no interest.👈🏿👈
He goes out for a drink.

Majid Farooq

The Oedipus Plays mcqs by Majid

  1. Which of the three Theban plays was probably written last?

Oedipus at Colonus
No one knows
Oedipus the King
Antigone👈🏿👈

  1. How many children does Oedipus have?

2
3
4👈🏿👈
None

  1. In Oedipus the King, whose murder must be avenged to end the plague in Thebes?

Creon’s
Polybus’s
Laius’s👈🏿👈
Polynices’

  1. Which of Oedipus’s children does not appear in Oedipus at Colonus?

Antigone
Polynices
Eteocles👈🏿👈
Ismene

  1. What does the name “Oedipus” mean?

“Incest-monger”
“King of Thebes”
“Swollen foot”👈🏿👈
“Blinded by Fate”

  1. Which of the three Theban plays was probably written first?

No one knows
Oedipus the King
Oedipus at Colonus
Antigone👈🏿👈

  1. In what country was Oedipus raised?

Colonus
Thebes
Corinth👈🏿👈
Athens

  1. In which play does Tiresias not appear?

Oedipus the King
Antigone
He appears in all three.
Oedipus at Colonus👈🏿👈

  1. What sentence does Creon impose upon Antigone for violating his edict prohibiting Polynices’ burial?

She must be hanged.
Her eyes must be stabbed out.
She must be banished.
She must be buried alive.👈🏿👈

  1. What is Creon’s relationship to Jocasta?

Brother👈🏿👈
Father
Son
Uncle

  1. What does Oedipus use to stab out his own eyes?

Knives
Sticks
The brooches from Jocasta’s robe👈🏿👈
The horns of a sacrificial bull

  1. From whose curse did Oedipus rescue Thebes?

The Sphinx’s👈🏿👈
Laius’s
Apollo’s
Creon’s

  1. Who speaks last in each of the Theban plays?

Ismene
Creon
A messenger
The Chorus👈🏿👈

  1. Whom was Antigone meant to marry?

Polynices
Haemon👈🏿👈
Eteocles
She was not meant to be married.

  1. Which god did Athenian theatrical performances celebrate?

Athena
Zeus
Dionysus👈🏿👈
Sophocles

  1. Which of the following characters remains alive throughout the three Theban plays?

Oedipus
Creon👈🏿👈
Antigone
Jocasta

  1. Where was Laius killed?

On a one-lane bridge
Between a rock and a hard place
In the mountains of Corinth
At a three-way crossroads👈🏿👈

  1. In Oedipus at Colonus, how does Creon attempt to coerce Oedipus to return to Thebes?

He kidnaps his daughters.👈🏿👈
He bribes Theseus.
He threatens war with Polynices.
He promises Oedipus new eyes.

  1. What does Oedipus prophecy about Polynices and Eteocles?

They will rule Thebes together.
They will die at each other’s hands.👈🏿👈
They will be betrayed by Creon.
They will sleep with their mother and kill their father.

  1. Who is the last remaining survivor of Oedipus’s family?

Ismene👈🏿👈
Antigone
Oedipus
Eteocles

  1. Which of the following deaths occurs onstage?

Oedipus’s
Jocasta’s
Antigone’s
None of these deaths occurs onstage.👈🏿👈

  1. What does Creon do just before he finds Antigone dead?

Banishes Tiresias
Argues with his wife, Eurydice
Gives Polynices a proper burial👈🏿👈
Visits the oracle

  1. What is the name of the character who helps Oedipus in Oedipus at Colonus?

Merope
Polybus
Theseus👈🏿👈
Cadmus

  1. Which of the following characters does not commit suicide?

Antigone
Ismene👈🏿👈
Haemon
Eurydice

  1. To whom do the woods belong where Oedipus at Colonus takes place?

Euripides
The Eumenides👈🏿👈
Eteocles
Theseus

Majid Farooq

The Crucible mcqs by Majid Farooq

  1. What kind of government does Salem have in The Crucible?

Democracy
Theocracy👈🏿👈🏿
Monarchy
Kleptocracy

  1. What is Parris’s position in Salem?

Governor
Judge
Minister👈🏿👈🏿
Bailiff

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  1. Before the play begins, what did Parris catch his daughter and other girls doing?

Trying to run away from home
Dancing in the forest👈🏿👈🏿
Reading Catholic tracts
Conducting a black mass in the church

  1. Why did Elizabeth Proctor fire Abigail?

Abigail was too proud.
Abigail didn’t work hard enough.
Abigail dressed like a prostitute.
Abigail was having an affair with John Proctor.👈🏿👈

  1. As the play opens, whom has Parris asked to come to Salem?

Judge Danforth
Reverend Hale👈🏿👈
Tituba
John Proctor

  1. What is John Proctor’s chief complaint against Parris’s sermons?

They focus too much on fire and brimstone.👈🏿👈
They are too long.
They are heretical.
They are too short.

  1. What does Mrs. Putnam blame on witchcraft?

Her husband’s cancer
The death of seven of her children in infancy👈🏿👈
Bad weather
Raids by natives

  1. Who is the first person that Abigail claims practiced witchcraft?

Tituba👈🏿👈
John Proctor
Reverend Hale
Mary Warren

  1. In Act II, what does Mary Warren give to Elizabeth Proctor when she returns home from the trials?

A cake
A bonnet
A kiss
A little doll👈🏿👈

  1. What news does Mary Warren bring from Salem?

That someone accused Elizabeth of witchcraft👈🏿👈
That the witch trials have ended
That someone accused John Proctor of witchcraft
That Reverend Hale is ill

  1. Which commandment does John Proctor forget when Reverend Hale quizzes him?

Thou shalt not kill.
Thou shalt not commit adultery.👈🏿👈
Honor thy mother and father.
Thou shalt not covet.

  1. Whom do Ezekiel Cheever and Herrick, the marshal, come to the Proctor home to arrest?

John Proctor
Reverend Hale
Mary Warren
Elizabeth Proctor👈🏿👈

  1. To what does John Proctor convince Mary Warren to testify?

That the girls are only pretending to be possessed👈🏿👈
That Abigail is a witch
That Hale is a warlock
That he and Abigail slept together

  1. Who is in charge of the court?

Giles Corey
Danforth👈🏿👈
Hale
Parris

  1. Why will Elizabeth not be hanged if she is found guilty?

Because she is a woman
Because the Puritans do not allow capital punishment
Because she is pregnant👈🏿👈
Because John Proctor is well respected

  1. On what charge is Giles Corey arrested?

Witchcraft
Murder
Contempt of court👈🏿👈
Slander

  1. When Mary Warren testifies against them, what do Abigail and her troop of girls do?

They all confess.
They attack her.
They claim that Mary is bewitching them👈🏿👈.
They claim that John Proctor has bewitched Mary.

  1. What does John Proctor do, in a desperate attempt to foil Abigail?

He tells the court about his affair with her.👈🏿👈
He accuses her of witchcraft.
He tries to kill her.
He tells the court that Abigail is a man dressed as a woman.

  1. Who is brought in to corroborate John Proctor’s claims about Abigail?

Elizabeth Proctor👈🏿👈
Rebecca Nurse
Mary Warren
Parris

  1. What does Elizabeth do when called upon to testify?

Keeps silent
Tells a lie👈🏿👈
Tells the truth
Kills herself

  1. What does the court do with John Proctor?

It frees him and sends him home.
It orders him stoned to death.
It exiles him to Maine.
It arrests and tries him for witchcraft.👈🏿👈

  1. When John Proctor is facing death, what does Hale urge him to do?

Kill himself
Blame someone else
Confess, even though he is innocent👈🏿👈
Refuse to confess

  1. Why does Proctor retract his confession?

Because the officials demand that he sign his name to it👈🏿👈
Because Hale asks him to
Because new evidence has come to light
Because Abigail confesses

  1. What does Abigail do at the end of the play?

She kills herself.
She flees Salem, after robbing her uncle.👈🏿👈
She is hanged.
She is revealed as a witch.
25 What ultimately happens to John Proctor?

He is freed.
He kills himself.
He escapes from prison and flees to Virginia.
He is hanged👈🏿👈

Majid Farooq

Hedda Gabler mcqs by Majid

  1. Who raised Tesman?

Aunt Julle and Rina👈🏿👈
Judge Brack
General Gabler
Aunt Rina

  1. What is Tesman’s academic specialty?

Mathematics
History👈🏿👈
Literature
Philosophy

  1. What kind of book has Ejlert just published?

A history of Norway
A history of the world👈🏿👈
A treatise on alcoholism
A history of medieval Europe

  1. Where did Hedda acquire her pistols?

They were a wedding present from Judge Brack.
They belonged to Tesman.
She bought them on her honeymoon.
They belonged to General Gabler.👈🏿👈

  1. Where did Ibsen live most of his life?

Italy and Germany👈🏿👈
Poland
Austria and Germany
Norway

  1. In what year was Hedda Gabler completed?

1906
1828
1890👈🏿👈
1885

  1. For how many months did the Tesmans’ honeymoon last?

1
3
6👈🏿👈
9

  1. What did Hedda think of her honeymoon?

It was boring.👈🏿👈
It was scenic.
It was relaxing.
It was exhausting.

  1. To whom is Mrs. Elvsted married?

Ejlert
Her tutee
A professor
The District Magistrate👈🏿👈

  1. What is Ejlert’s manuscript about?

divorce
the future👈🏿👈
the history of Europe
Norwegian literature

  1. What does Aunt Julle bring Tesman?

his old pistols
his academic papers
his slippers👈🏿👈
his old baby cradle

  1. Which of the following sentences is most true about Judge Brack?

He is a very important judge.
He wants to seduce Mrs. Elvsted.
He is an incorrigible drunk.
He hosts parties to which only men are invited.👈🏿👈

  1. How does Hedda drive Ejlert to drink?

by teasing him
by suggesting that he can win Mrs. Elvsted
as part of her seduction of him
by suggesting that Mrs. Elvsted doubts his self-discipline👈🏿👈

  1. Which of the following terms best describes Berte?

Careless
Refined
Prone to eavesdropping
Eager to please👈🏿👈

  1. Of what does Tesman declare himself jealous?

Brack’s influence on Hedda
Hedda’s domination in his own house
Hedda’s love for Ejlert
the manuscript Ejlert has written👈🏿👈

  1. At whom does Hedda pretend to shoot?

quail
Brack👈🏿👈
Berte
Ejlert

  1. How has Tesman come to possess Ejlert’s manuscript?

Ejlert dropped it while drunkenly walking the streets.👈🏿👈
Tesman was able to steal it because Ejlert was so drunk.
Tesman has agreed to edit it for Ejlert.
Tesman agreed to keep it while Ejlert went to another party.

  1. Which of the following is explicitly made clear in the play?

Tesman never slept with Hedda on their honeymoon.
Brack intends to have an affair with Hedda.
Ejlert used to love Hedda.👈🏿👈
Tesman plans to have an affair with Mrs. Elvsted.

  1. What are Mrs. Elvsted’s thoughts upon hearing that Ejlert has “destroyed” his manuscript?

She is repulsed by his joy.
She says she hopes he did it beautifully.
She immediately vows to reconstruct it from the notes she has.
She says the action was akin to killing a child.👈🏿👈

  1. What happens while Ejlert and Tesman are at Brack’s party?

Mrs. Tesman falls asleep.
Ejlert gives a long speech about his love for Hedda.
Hedda falls asleep.👈🏿👈
Mrs. Elvsted gives up waiting for Ejlert and goes home.

  1. When the play begins, Tesman assumes Ejlert is no longer an academic rival because:

He has not been invited to join the academy.
He has married.
He has been convicted of plagiarism.
He has become an alcoholic.👈🏿👈

  1. Whom does Hedda call “the cock of the yard”?

Judge Brack👈🏿👈
Ejlert Lövborg
Tesman
Aunt Julle

  1. What do Hedda and Ejlert pretend to do when they are found talking together?

look at pictures from the honeymoon👈🏿👈
study Hedda’s pistols
drink alcoholic punch
declare their mutual love

  1. How is Hedda Gabler structured?

Into four two-scene acts
Into four scenes
Into four acts👈🏿👈
Into five acts, of three scenes each

  1. What is Hedda’s last act before she dies?

She pretends to shoot Brack.
She plays the piano.👈🏿👈
She declares that Mrs. Elvsted will be Tesman’s next lover.
She eats a peach

Majid Farooq
.
Death of a Salesman
mcqs by Majid

  1. What was Biff doing in the West before the play begins?

Laying railroad tracks
Selling dishwashers
Working on a farm👈🏿👈
Robbing banks

  1. What did Biff steal from Bill Oliver’s store when he was a boy?

A crate of basketballs👈🏿👈
A wire recorder
A suit
A car

  1. What does Biff steal from Bill Oliver’s office as an adult?

A trophy
Seeds
Money
A pen👈🏿👈

  1. What product does Willy sell?

Bibles
Appliances
Sporting goods
Miller doesn’t specify👈🏿👈

  1. For what region is Willy responsible in his sales?

New England👈🏿👈
Brooklyn
Queens and Long Island
New Jersey

  1. How old is Happy?

34
28
32👈🏿👈
30

  1. What did Willy’s father sell?

Flutes👈🏿👈
Dictionaries
Pizzas
False teeth

  1. Where did Willy’s father go after he abandoned his family?

Alabama
Spain
Alaska👈🏿👈
Las Vegas

  1. Where did Ben end up when he went looking for his father?

Africa👈🏿👈
Alaska
Brooklyn
Boston

  1. Where does Biff find Willy with The Woman?

Manhattan
Hartford
Providence
Boston👈🏿👈

  1. How old was Dave Singleman when he died?

63
84👈🏿👈
74
59

  1. What is the name of the restaurant where Happy and Biff take Willy?

Frank’s Chop House👈🏿👈
Sam’s Hoagie Shack
Divine Seafood
The Carnage Deli

  1. How much money does Charley usually give Willy each week?

$150
$75
$200
$50👈🏿👈

  1. What subject did Biff fail in high school?
    Math👈🏿👈
    English
    Physics
    History
  2. Where does Happy work?

In a factory
In a store👈🏿👈
At a restaurant
On Wall Street

  1. What was Biff’s position at Bill Oliver’s store when he was a boy?

Salesman
Manager
Window dresser
Shipping clerk👈🏿👈

  1. On what day of the week does Willy die?

Saturday
Sunday
Tuesday👈🏿👈
Monday

  1. On the sales trip that immediately precedes the beginning of the play, which city did Willy reach before turning back?

Boston
Hartford
Buffalo
Yonkers👈🏿👈

  1. How long has Willy worked for his sales firm?

Between thirty-four and thirty-six years👈🏿👈
Thirty-two years
Forty years
Twenty-five years

  1. What does Howard show Willy in his office?

His pen
His typewriter
His wire recorder👈🏿👈
A picture of his family

  1. What is Bernard’s adult occupation?

Police officer
Lawyer👈🏿👈
Doctor
Writer

  1. What does Biff allow Bernard to carry to the Ebbets Field game?

His helmet
His football
His cleats
His shoulder pads👈🏿👈

  1. What is the name of Charley’s secretary?

Michelle
Jill
Jenny👈🏿👈
Angela

  1. What does Happy order from Stanley at the restaurant?

Lobsters👈🏿👈
Steak
Veal
Red snapper

  1. To what kind of store does Willy ask Stanley to direct him?

A deli
A shoe store
A sporting goods store
A seed store👈🏿👈

Majid Farooq

The Jew of Malta
mcqs by Majid

  1. Why does Machevill say that he has come to England?

To visit the Queen
To visit Barabas
To cause mischief with friends👈🏿👈
To plot against the Pope

  1. What is Barabas’s reaction to the news that all Jews must go to the senate- house?

He assumes that the Governor needs advice.
He thinks that the Turks have attacked Malta.
He suspects the summons has something to do with paying tribute.👈🏿👈
He thinks the Jews are lying.

  1. What excuse does the governor use to confiscate all of Barabas’ estate?

He says that because Barabas refused to hand over half his wealth, then his entire estate is forfeit.👈🏿👈
He says that Barabas has cheated the state through tax fraud.
He says it is too much for one man to own.
He doesn’t use an excuse: Barabas gives his estate up voluntarily.

  1. Why does Barabas mock the knight’s assertion that it would be “simple policy”—i.e. foolish strategy—to break the league with the Turks?

Barabas believes that Spain can help Malta.
Barabas thinks that breaking the league will save him money.
Barabas thinks that the Christians’ “policy” is one of hypocrisy and cunning, rather than foolishness.👈🏿👈
Barabas thinks that the Turks are a powerless enemy.

  1. Which one of Abigail’s qualities does Mathias praise to Lodowick?

Her integrity
Her beauty👈🏿👈
Her virtue
Her father’s wealth

  1. What treasure does Abigail recover from her father’s house?

A chest of jewels
Moneybags filled with gold👈🏿👈
A hoard of silks and spices
A priceless pearl

  1. Where did Del Bosco capture the Turkish slaves?

In Malta
On a merchant ship headed east
In a battle in Corsica
They were the crew of a Turkish galley the Spaniards captured following a sea- battle.👈🏿👈

  1. Which jewel does Lodowick refer to Abigail as?

An emerald
A diamond👈🏿👈
A pearl
A ruby

  1. Why does Barabas choose to buy Ithamore instead of the other slave?

Ithamore will cost less to feed.👈🏿👈
Ithamore is better looking.
Ithamore says he hates Christians.
Ithamore seems friendly.

  1. Why does Barabas tell Abigail “It is no sin to deceive a Christian”?

Barabas thinks that Christians are stupid and that they deserve to be misled.
Barabas thinks this treatment is retribution for all the times Christians have deceived Jews.
Christians believe that they should never be honest with heretics. Barabas argues that this also holds true for Jews, to whom Christians are heretics.👈🏿👈
Barabas does not believe that lying is a sin.

  1. Why has the courtesan Bellamira’s business dried up?

She has grown ugly.
The blockade of Malta by Turkish forces has prevented merchant ships from getting through.👈🏿👈
Pilia-Borza has scared off all her customers.
She has fallen in love with Ithamore and finds the idea of prostitution distasteful.

  1. When does Abigail decide she wants to convert to Christianity?

After she hears about her father’s role in the deaths of Lodowick and Mathias👈🏿👈
Before Lodowick and Mathias duel for her hand
After Barabas defects to join Calymath
After Bernardine and Jacomo try to get Barabas to convert

  1. What does Barabas use to poison the convent?

A flower
A letter
A dish of pasta
A pot of rice👈🏿👈

  1. What does Barabas say when Ithamore asks him if he is grieved at Abigail’s death?

He says he feels saddened but that Ithamore’s presence has helped him to recover.
He says he is disappointed that she lived for so long and that she decided to become a Christian.👈🏿👈
He doesn’t feel anything at all.
He despairs at her conversion but believes that she will be punished in hell.

  1. Why is Bernardine grieved by Abigail’s death?

Because she died a virgin👈🏿👈
Because she was a sincere Christian
Because he was sleeping with her
Because she was Barabas’s heir

  1. Why does Barabas kill Bernardine and Jacomo?

He detests the priests for their hypocrisy.
He wants to demonstrate his cunning to Ithamore.
Bernardine offended Barabas by converting Abigail, and Jacomo knows about Barabas’s crimes.
Jacomo offended Barabas Jacomo offended Barabas by converting Abigail, and Bernardine knows about Barabas’s crimes.👈🏿👈

  1. How does Ithamore attempt to bribe Barabas?

He sends him death threats.
He threatens to burn his house down.
He threatens to confess all of Barabas’s crimes.👈🏿👈
He pretends to have evidence proving that Barabas is helping the Turks.

  1. How does Barabas disguise himself in order to poison Bellamira, Pilia-Borza, and Ithamore?

He dresses as a Spanish fiddle-player.
He pretends to be a Turkish bashaw.
He steals the uniform of one of Ferneze’s officers.
He pretends to be a French lute-player.👈🏿👈

  1. What does Barabas demand when Ferneze sends him to jail?

He seeks retribution for the wrongs the governor has done him.
He asks that Bellamira and Pilia-Borza also be sent to jail.
He insists on being treated with fairness under the law.👈🏿👈
Barabas demands to be put into a cell far away from Ithamore.

  1. In what way does Barabas feign death?

He takes a sleeping potion.👈🏿👈
He lies very still and holds his breath.
He bribes his guards to pretend that he is dead.
He knocks himself unconscious on his cell door.

  1. How does the Turkish army defeat Malta?

Barabas tells Calymath about a passage cut through the rock that leads to the town.👈🏿👈
The Turks capture Ferneze and force the Maltese to surrender.
The Turkish fleet starves the town by blockading its food supplies.
Barabas poisons all of the town’s wells.

  1. Why does Barabas decide to make a deal with Ferneze?

He knows that his life is in danger when the Turks leave Malta.👈🏿👈
Ferneze persuades him that it is good policy.
Calymath threatens to kill Barabas if he is an unjust governor.
Barabas decides that he should atone for the wrongs he has done Ferneze.

  1. How much money does Ferneze give Barabas to free Malta?

500 Crowns
10,000 pounds
100,000 pounds👈🏿👈
A chest full of gold

  1. What adjectives would best describe Barabas’s attitude as he dies?

Contrite and apologetic
Enraged and unrepentant👈🏿👈
Timid and apprehensive
Quiet and reflective

  1. To whom or what does Ferneze credit Malta’s deliverance?

To his own sharp statecraft
To Calymath’s naivety
To the amulet he wears around his wrist
To Barabas’s treachery and Divine Providence👈🏿👈

Adam Bede mcqs by Majid

  1. 1. What is Adam Bede’s profession?

Teacher
Carpenter👈🏿👈
Mortician
Farmer

  1. 2. What religion is Dinah Morris?

Methodist👈🏿👈
Catholic
Episcopal
Anglican

  1. 3. Where does Dinah Morris live for the majority of the novel?

Hayslope
Hall Farm
Snowfield👈🏿👈
Stoniton

  1. 4. Which of the following is NOT a reason Hetty goes to Windsor?

To find Captain Donnithorne
Because she is pregnant
To invite Dinah to her wedding👈🏿👈
All are true

  1. 5. Whom does Adam marry?

Dinah Morris👈🏿👈
Hetty Sorrel
Lisbeth Bede
Rachel Poyser

  1. 6. Who stays with Adam during the trial?

Mr. Irwine
His mother
Seth
Bartle Massey👈🏿👈

  1. 7. What is the outcome of Hetty’s trial?

She is acquitted.
She is convicted but pardoned.
There is a hung jury.
She is convicted and sentenced to die.👈🏿👈

  1. 8. What does Captain Donnithorne give Hetty?

A bracelet engraved with his name
A locket with his hair in it👈🏿👈
A new string of beads
A new milkmaid outfit

  1. 9. Why doesn’t Adam go to Ireland?

The weather is too bad for travel.
Hetty has come home.
He secretly loves Dinah and can’t leave her.
He finds out Hetty is in jail.👈🏿👈

  1. With whom does Mr. Irwine live?

His mother and sisters👈🏿👈
His wife and children
The Poysers
No one; he lives alone.

  1. Of the following, who is alive at the end of the novel?

The Squire
Thias Bede
Seth Bede👈🏿👈
Hetty Sorrel

  1. What is Adam’s dog’s name?

Dog
Gyp👈🏿👈
Totty
Cat

  1. Whom does Adam beat up?

Mr. Irwine
Seth
Captain Donnithorne👈🏿👈
Mr. Massey

  1. Where does Hetty meet Captain Donnithorne for the first time?

At his coming-of-age party
At the Harvest Supper
At her trial
At the Poysers👈🏿👈

  1. Of the following, who is NOT a Methodist?

Dinah Morris
Seth Bede
Joshua Rann👈🏿👈
Sarah Stone

  1. Who of the following testifies at Hetty’s trial?

Mr. Irwine
Mr. Poyser👈🏿👈
Captain Donnithorne
None of the above

  1. What is Hetty’s child’s name?

Arthur
Adam
Seth
We don’t know.👈🏿👈

  1. Of the following, who does not leave Hayslope at any time during the novel?

Lisbeth Bede👈🏿👈
Hetty Sorrel
Adam Bede
Arthur Donnithorne

  1. Which of the following is NOT one of Hetty’s chores at Hall Farm?

Walking Gyp👈🏿👈
Taking care of Totty
Working in the dairy
Light housework

  1. Where does Captain Donnithorne go after Hetty’s trial?

To Ireland
To join the army👈🏿👈
Home
To jail

  1. Who is NOT at the Harvest Supper?

Adam Bede
Martin Poyser
Dinah Morris👈🏿👈
Wiry Ben

  1. What does Mrs. Irwine give as a prize at Captain Donnithorne’s party?

Earrings
A nice vase
Movie tickets
A woolen cloak👈🏿👈

  1. Adam Bede is an example of which school of writing?
    Realism👈🏿👈
    Expressionism
    Rationalism
    High school

The rector of Hayslope and Broxton
Captain Donnithorne’s friend
Adam’s confidante
All of the above👈🏿👈

  1. Why does Dinah go to Stoniton?

To visit Hetty👈🏿👈
To marry Adam
To preach
It’s warmer there
Majid Farooq

The Merchant of Venice
mcqs Majid

  1. What reason does Antonio give for being sad in the opening scene of the play?

He stands to lose a fortune in his present business ventures.
He owes a fantastic sum of money to Shylock.
He gives no reason.👈🏿👈
The woman he loves does not return his feelings.

  1. From what character flaw does Bassanio believe Gratiano suffers?

Mean-spiritedness
A lack of depth👈🏿👈
Stinginess
Vanity

  1. The caskets that Portia’s suitors must pick from are made of what materials?

Gold, silver, lead👈🏿👈
Teak, mahogany, pine
Bone, porcelain, clay
Marble, stone, brick

  1. Which of the following is not a reason Shylock gives for hating Antonio?

Antonio is in love with Shylock’s daughter, Jessica.👈🏿👈
Antonio has insulted Shylock in the past.
Antonio lends money without interest, which damages Shylock’s business.
Antonio hates Jews.

  1. How does Shylock initially describe his demand for a pound of flesh to Bassanio and Antonio?

As an opportunity for revenge
As his way of being charitable
As a harmless prank👈🏿👈
As a way of procuring food

  1. Why does the prince of Morocco fear that Portia will dislike him?

He is a braggart.
He has a dark complexion.👈🏿👈
He recently proved a coward in battle.
His clothes are flamboyant.

  1. Whom does Bassanio agree to bring with him to Belmont?

Old Gobbo
Gratiano👈🏿👈
Antonio
Jessica

  1. What act does Jessica believe will solve the misery of life with Shylock?

Becoming a more devout Jew
Ensuring that Shylock loses his bond to Antonio
Locking herself in her room
Marrying Lorenzo👈🏿👈

  1. According to Lorenzo’s plan, how will Jessica escape from her father’s house?

She will disguise herself as Lorenzo’s torchbearer and slip out undetected.👈🏿👈
She will leave during the night, while Shylock is asleep.
She will take her father to a large public auction and get lost in the crowd.
She will fake her own death.

  1. How does Shylock react to losing Launcelot as a servant?

He weeps in private
He tells Launcelot that Bassanio will be a harder master👈🏿👈
He beats Launcelot with a stick
He refuses to pay Launcelot the wages he owes him

  1. How does Portia react to the prince of Morocco’s failure as a suitor?

She prays that no one with such dark skin ever wins her hand.👈🏿👈
She is relieved because the quick-tempered prince would not have made a stable husband.
She is sad to lose such a wealthy suitor.
She laughs at his foolishness and sends him away.

  1. Who loses the opportunity to marry Portia by choosing the silver casket?

The Jew of Malta
The prince of Arragon👈🏿👈
The duke of Earl
The viscount of Normandy

  1. According to Tubal’s report, for what did Jessica trade Shylock’s most precious ring?

A gondola
A horse for Bassanio
A christening gown for her first child
A monkey👈🏿👈

  1. What course of action does Portia suggest when she learns that Shylock wishes to collect his pound of flesh?

That Bassanio and his men disguise themselves and usher Antonio a safe distance away from Venice
That the matter be dealt with in a court of law
That Jessica plead with her father for mercy
That the bond be paid many times over👈🏿👈

  1. Where does Portia instruct her servant Balthasar to hurry?

To an apothecary
To Padua to visit Doctor Bellario👈🏿👈
To Morocco
To Shylock’s house

  1. What complaint does Launcelot make regarding the conversion of the Jews?

He says there would be no one left to loan money.
He says the garment industry would suffer.
He says that the price of bacon would soar.👈🏿👈
He says the Catholic Church would be unable to handle so many conversions.

  1. In court, how does Antonio react to Shylock’s insistence on collecting his pound of flesh?

He weeps openly.
He vows that he will meet Shylock’s hatred with patience.👈🏿👈
He curses Shylock’s vengefulness.
He makes an impassioned plea to the court to intervene on his behalf.

  1. Who enters the court disguised as a young doctor of Law named Balthasar?

Portia👈🏿👈
Nerissa
Jessica
Lorenzo
19.What loophole in Shylock’s bond allows Portia to stop him from taking a pound of Antonio’s flesh?

Jewish law prohibits Shylock from practicing his trade on the Sabbath.
Shylock is entitled only to flesh, but not blood👈🏿👈.
Shylock forgot to sign the bond.
There is no hard evidence that Antonio’s ships have sunk, and that he cannot pay the bond.

  1. How is Shylock punished for seeking to take Antonio’s life?

He is banished.
He is ordered to surrender all his property to the Church of Rome.
He must convert to Christianity and will his possessions to Jessica and Lorenzo upon his death.👈🏿👈
He must work as Antonio’s servant for the remainder of his life.

  1. What words does Shylock utter after accepting the court’s sentence?

A pox upon Venice
These are most unlawful laws
Forgive me my sins
I am not well👈🏿👈

  1. What does Bassanio offer the young law clerk who saves Antonio?

His gloves
His wife
The ring that Portia gave him
The three thousand ducats originally due to Shylock👈🏿👈

  1. What does Lorenzo order when he learns that Portia is on her way to Belmont?

A banquet to welcome the lady of the house
Music👈🏿👈
A ring to match the one she once gave to Bassanio
Flowers

  1. What does Portia vow to do when she learns that Bassanio no longer has the ring she gave him?

Never again speak to her husband
Deny her husband children
Leave her husband
Make her husband a cuckold👈🏿👈

  1. What news does Antonio receive at the play’s end?

Shylock has killed himself.
Some of the ships he supposed were lost have arrived in port.👈🏿👈
The duke of Venice has changed his mind and finds Antonio guilty of forfeiture of Shylock’s bond.
His long lost brother has been found.
Majid

The Cherry Orchard mcqs by Majid

  1. What happened to Mrs. Ranevsky’s son Grisha?

He died of tuberculosis.
He drowned in a nearby river👈🏿👈
He ran off to join the circus
He moved to Pittsburgh

  1. Why would Trofimov bring back bad memories for Mrs. Ranevksy?

He was her son Grisha’s former tutor👈🏿👈
He was her ex-lover’s former tutor
He killed Ranevksy’s lover in a duel
He killed Ranevsky’s husband in a duel

  1. What is Varya’s relation to Mrs. Ranevksy?

She is her niece by marriage
She is her step-daughter
She is her sister-in-law
She is her adopted daughter👈👈🏿

  1. What does Lopakhin suggest Ranekvsy do with the cherry orchard?

Burn it down, and convert it to farmland
Sell it to Deriganov
Cut it down, and build cottages on the land👈🏿👈
Find the secret recipe that Firs is always talking about, and become cherry-jam millionaires

  1. While looking out at the Orchard through her window, Ranevksy believes she sees…?

Her mother👈🏿👈
A tramp
Her father
Boris Simeonov-Pischik

  1. Ranevsky views the Orchard as a symbol of ….?

Russia
Her childhood👈🏿👈
Her brother
Her husband

  1. Who does everyone expect Lopakhin to propose to?

Varya👈🏿👈
Mrs. Ranevksy
Anya
Dashenka

  1. Why does Dunyasha think Yasha is lucky?

Because she loves him
Because he loves her
Because he has traveled abroad👈🏿👈
Because he has traveled with Mrs. Ranevsky

  1. What, according to Trofimov, is the main problem with Russian intellectuals?

They read too many books
They are not “Russian” enough
They talk about ideas, but never act on them👈🏿👈
They are all as ugly as he is

  1. Who walks by, playing the guitar, just before the “sound of a breaking string” is heard for the first time?

Yasha
Charlotte
Gayev
Yephikodov👈🏿👈

  1. What is Yephikodov’s nickname?

Simple Simon👈🏿👈
Tom Thumb
The Idiot
Wilbur

  1. When was the “sound of a snapping string” last heard, according to Firs?

Just one year before
When he was a small child
Just before the serfs were freed👈🏿👈
The day before

  1. Charlotte’s many talents include:

Fire-eating and juggling
Ventriloquism and sleight-of-hand👈🏿👈
Ballet-dancing and sharp-shooting
Singing and dancing

  1. What does Firs represent in the play?

Hope
The past👈🏿👈
Senility
The fear of death

  1. Where does Varya plan to go after she leaves the estate?

To her aunt’s
To Yaroslavl
To France
To the Ragulins’👈🏿👈

Majid Farooq
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(a) Publication of "Intimations of Immortality". (b) The beginning of Queen Victoria’s reign. (c) The Reform Bill of 1832. (d) Publication of "Lyrical Ballads" and its preface. (e) 1800 – 1801. (15) Which of the following works ‘had the greatest influence on the Victorian. Age?. (b) Epic Poetry. (c) Lyric Poetry. (d) The Essay. (e) The Novel(17) Identify the sources of the quotations listed below:. ENGLISH LITERATURE, PAPER - II. (1) Who wrote "Shakespeare’s Later Comedies’?. (b) Robert Frost. (c) Eliot (c) Eliot (5) Who is the Villain in ‘Hamlet’?. (b) The Restoration. (c) The age of Milton. (19) Who wrote "The Pilgrim’s Progress"?

(20) (i) Wordsworth was appointed Poet Laureate in:. (a) 1817. (b) 1839. (c) 1843. (d) 1849. (e) None of these (c) 1843 (ii) Who suggested Shelley to “Curb your magnanimity and be more of a poet’?. (b) Coleridge. (c) Keats. (d) Blake. (e) None of these (c) Keats (iii) The lines ‘The one remains, the many change and pass; Heaven’s light for. ever shines, earth’s shadow fly; are composed by:. (a) Shelley. (b) Ernest De Selin Court. (c) Herbert Reads. (d) Coleridge. (e) None of these (b) Ernest De Selin Court (vi) ‘The Lay of the Last Minstrel’ is written by:. (a) Blake. (b) Subjectivity. (c) Negative capability. (d) Scepticism. (e) None of these (c) Negative capability (viii) ‘The Quarterly Review’ was founded by:. (a) Walter Scott. (b) Byron. (c) Coleridge. (d) Thomas De Quincey. (e) None of these (c) Coleridge (ix) ‘Mansfield Park’ is a novel by:. (a) Katherine Mansfield. (b) Emily Bronte. (c) George Eliot. (d) Jane Austen. (e) None of these(x) ‘I am half sick of shadows’ is a line from:. (a) Shelley. (b) Edward William. (c) John Keats. (d) Shakespeare. (e) None of these(xii) ‘Poetry is the criticism of life’ is a view about poetry by:. (a) Arnold. (b) Carlyle. (c) Ruskin. (d) Mill. (e) None of these(xv) Dickens, Thackeray, George Eliot and Trollope are:. (a) Novelists. (b) Poets. (c) Critics. (d) Essayists. (e) None of these(xvi) ‘The Voyage of the Beagle’ was written by:. (a) J.S.. (b) Browning. (c) Oscar Wilde. (d) Galsworthy. (e) None of these(Walter. Pater)(xviii) “Poetry is not like reasoning, a power to be exerted according to the. determination of will”, is a statement by:. (a) Wordsworth. (b) Tennyson. (c) Yeats. (d) Frost. (e) None of these(v) ‘The Hollow Men’ is written by:. (a) T.S.. Eliot (vi) William Faulkner was awarded Nobel Prize for literature in:. (a) 1949. (b) 1950. (c) 1951. (d) 1953. (e) None of these(vii) G.B.. Eliot. (e) None of these(x) ‘The Rainbow’ is a novel written by:. (a) Hemingway. (b) Virginia Woolf. (c) E.M. Forster. (d) D.H. Lawrence. (e) None of these(xi) The earliest play written by Shakespeare according to Oxford Shakespeare. 1988 is:. (a) The Taming of the Shrew

(a) Shelley. (b) Browning. (c) Wordsworth. (d) Keats. (a) Wordsworth. (b) Keats. (c) Byron. (d) Tennyson. (12) Little Time is a character in Hardy’s. (13) Which is the famous elegy written by Shelley?. The above two lines occur in:. a) Keats’ Hyperion. b) Shelley’s Hymn to Intellectual Beauty. c) Shelley’s Adonis. d) Keats’ Ode to Psyche. e) None of these

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