English Paper III - J3013 Avani Bhavna
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1. All forms of feminism posit that : 1. The relationship between sexes is one of inequality and operation 2. Women need financial independence 3. There should be an end to all wars 4. All men are prone  is :to violence according to the code
2. Match the following
List - 1 (Browning's Poem) List - 2 (Type of Character)
I. Abt Vogler 1. A Medieval Knight
II. Andrea del Sarto 2. A Musician
III. Childe Ronald to the Dark Tower came 3. A Poet
IV. Cleon List - 2 (Type of Character) . 4. An Artist
3. Which on of Brecht's works was intended to lampoon the conventional sentimental musical but the public lapped up the work's sentiment and missed the humour ?
4. Ostensibly a musical treaties, The Anatomy of melancholy is a reflection on human learning and endeavour published under the pseudonym
5. Horace Walpole's novel The Castle of Otranto tells the story of
6. In the Literature of Romanticism there was a widespread frustration with visions experienced in dreams, in nightmares and other altered states. The following list contents poem which illustrate this theme, with one exception. Identify the exception
7. The book was for many years banned for obscenity in Britain and the United States. The Central character is a Catholic Jew in Irland. The author claimed that the book is meant to make you laugh. Which is this book ?
8. A.S. Byatt in her famous award winning novel of 1990 contrasts past and present involving a search of a Victorian poet's past illuminating a contemporary university researcher's life and times. Which is the novel ?
9. Which of the following statements best describes JM Coetzee's Disgrace ?
10. Which of the following statements is not true of Mahesh Dattani's Final Solutions ?
11. According to Bakhtin the idea of the Carnivalesque represents the following characteristics except :
12. Which of the following statements is not true of Patrick White ?
13. Conventional scholarship dates 'Early Modern English' as beginning around
14. "Every demon carries within him unknown to himself, a tiny seed of self-destruction and goes up in thin air at the most unexpected moment." To which of R.K. Narayan's characters the above statement applies ?
15. Which of the following is not true of post-structuralism ?
16. Which of the following statements is not true of Wole Soyinka's The Swamp Dwellers ?
17.Arrange the following English literary periods in the order in which they appeared. Use the codes given below:
I Elizabethan II Caroline III Anglo Norman IV Early Tudor The correct combination according to the code is
18. Which of the following plays is not written by Rabindranath Tagore ?
19.Given below are two statements, one is labelled as Assertion (A) and the other labelled as Reason (R)
Assertion (A) : a quarto refers to a text in which each leaf was a quarter the size of the original sheet
Reason (R) : Because eight pages of text where printed on large sheets of paper, which were then folded four times to produce four leaves.
In the context of the above statements, which one of the following is correct.
20. The purpose of Pre-Raphaelites was primarily to promote
21.Which one of the following plays does not use the device of "the play within the play '?
22. Given below are two statements, one is labelled as Assertion (A) and the other labelled as Reason(R) :
Assertion (A) : In the Absurd plays of pinter and Beckett, lack of communication seems to be a predominant theme.
Reason (R) : Existentialist philosophy had a tremendous influence on the dramatist of the period , nihilism and meaninglessness of life taking a front seat.
In the context of the above statements, which one of the following is correct.
23. Which of the following observations are true about Beatrice Culleton's April Raintree
I It is a fictional account of the lives of two metis sisters growing up in winnipeg.
II April has a darker complexion and identifies herself with Metis population
III The two sisters have been removed from their parents home nd placed with a series of foster families
IV Cherly has a lighter complexion and identifies herself with white population.
24."She dwells with beauty - Beauty that must die", - wrote Keats in one of his odes, referring to
25. Kafka's Trail has all the following characteristics except:
26.Match the following lists :
List - I List - II
(Phrases from poems) (Titles of poems)
I. "Sound of stick upon the floor" 1. "Byzantium"
II. "Hade's bobbin bound in mummy cloth" 2. "Sailing to Byzantium"
III."With beauty like a tightened bow" 3. "Coole and Ballylee, 1931"
IV."A tattered coat upon a sick" 4. "No Second Troy"
The right combination according to the code is:
27. Given below are the two statements, one is labelled as Assertion (A) and the other labelled as Reason (R).
Assertion (A): The literature of the Jacobean Age is dominated by works
revealing symptoms of melodrama and sensationalism.
Reason (R): The Jacobean Age is generally ruled by the spirit of
In the context of the two statements which one of the following is correct.
28.Which of the following statements best describes the term 'deconstruction' ?
29. Which of the authors is not a writer of African American slave narratives?
30. "For nature then The courser pleasure of my boyish days, And their glad animal movements all gone by To me was all ."
In this lines from "Tintern Abbey Revisited", Wordsworth is talking about
31.Assertion (A) : One of Flaubert's main motivations in writing the novel Madam Bovary was his antipathy for the bourgeoisie
Reason (R) : Flaubert strongly believed that bourgeoisie are those who reject the humanity and uniquess of the individual person.
32. '"A Tun of Man in thy large Bulk is
But sure thou'rt but a Kilderkin of
In the above lines what does Dryden mean by 'Kilderkin'?
33. Which of the following statement is not true of Kazuo Ishiguro's Remains of the Day ? The novel
34. "From a secong Space perspective city space becomes more of a mental and identional field, conceptualised in imagery, reflexive thought and symbolic representation, a conceived space of the imagination or what I will henceforth describe as thew urban imagery."
(Edward Soja, Postmetropolis)
Which of the following statements cannot be applied to Soja's proposition on the Second Space ?
35."Lightly, O lightly, we bear her
She always like a flower in the wind
of our songs;
She skims like a bird on the foam of
a stream,
She floats like a laugh from the lips
of a dream ...''
These lines occur in the poem
36. Which among the following novels of Anita Desai is a children's book ?
37. Who among the following writers describes novel as ''not form which you see but emotion which you feel"?
38. In Paradise Lost, Milton invokes his 'Heav'nly Muse', 'Urania' at the Beginning of :
I Book one
II Book four
III Book nine
IV Book seven
The right combination according to the code is
39. Which one of the following best describes the basic principle of New Criticism?
40. Who among the following figures give a preview of Aschenbach's fatal enf in Death in Venice?
I The graveyard Stranger
II The Governess
III The barber
IV The Gondolier
The right combination according to the code is:
41. Jacques Lacan [posits three 'orders' which structure human existance. In the list that follows : Identify the one that is not influenced by Lacan.
42. Given below are two statemetnts, one labelled as Assertion (A) and the other labelled as Reason (R) .
Assertion (A) : Deconstructive reading is apolitical
Reason (R) : Because it focuses exclusively on language. It primarily holds that all texts or linguistic structures contain within them a principle of destablisation and hence it is difficult to pin down meaning. Such a reading, therefore, is unable to assign historical agency/
In this context above statements, identify which one of the following is correct?
43. Match the following lists :
List - 1 lIist - II
(Title of poem) (Poet)
I '' I hear a fly Buzz" 1 Wallace Stevens.
II ''Birches' 2 Emily Dickinson
III "Sunday Morning'' 3 Allen Ginsberg
IV "A Supermarket in California'' 4 Robert Frost
The correct combination is :
44. 'Lexis' refers to
45. The following writers are involved in social activism in addition to their practice of creative writing.
Codes :
I Mahasweta Devu
II Shashi Deshpande
III Arundhati Roy
IV Shobha De
The correct code combination acording to the code is
46. In relation to Spenser's Farie Queen which of the following character virtue link is rightly matched ?
47 The Devine comedy is devided into three canticas, each consisting of
48. The Modern Promethean is the alternative title of
49. In Words upon Words, Saussure says, "The actual birth of a new language has never reported in the world'' because ''we have never known of a language which was not spoken the day before or which was not spoken in the same way the day before''. What does he mean ?
5o. What did Henry James describe as “loose Baggy Monsters”?
51. “High above the north pole, on the first day of 1969, two professors of English literature apporached each other at a combined velocity of 1200 miles per hour.”
This is the opening of David Lodge’s
52. At the end of The Portrait of a Lady Isabel Archer I Goes back to the from the Garden II Accepts the proposal of Casper goodwood III Straight away refuses the offer of goodwood IV Probably goes back to Rome and Osmand Which is the correct combinations according to the code? Codes:
53. “I will put myself in poor and mean attire And with a kind of umber smirch my face”. The Word umber means:
54. Which of the following psychoanalysts rewrote Descarte’s dictum : “I think therefor e I am ’ as ‘I am not where I think, and I think where I am not’?
55. By the end of In Memorium the speaker
56. The system of social rules that a speaker knows about language and uses it is called
57. The term 'ecological imperialism' was coined by
58. Emotional ties and personal relationships play a minor part in Defoe's works. The following protagonist of Defoe have no family except one who leaves family at an early age. Which is that character?
59 Match the following lists.
List-I List II
(Novels) (Setting)
I The Power and the Glory 1. Vietnam
II The quiet American 2. Haitr
III The Honorary 3. Paraguay
IV The Comedians 4. Mexico
The right combination according to the code is
60. “ ……. Every other stone
Is god or cousin
There is no crop
Other than god
And god is harvested here
Around the year.”
This extract is from:
61. In EM Foster’s A passage to India some of the major symbols are associated with :
I Mountains
II Tigers
III Echoes
IV Clouds
The right combination according to the code is
62. Which of the following features are present in Dostoevsky’s crime and punishment?
(I) Nihillism (II) Utilitarinism (III) Rationalism (IV) Cristian Symbolism
The correct combination according to the code is :
63. “ Count no man happy until he dies, free of pain at last”, is the last line of
64. What characteristics of 17th century metaphysical poetry sparked the enthusiasm of modernist poets and critics ?
Codes :
I. its intellectual complexity
II. its uncompromising engagement with politics
III. its religious fervour
IV. its union of thought and passion
The right combination according to the code is
65. Th’ inferior priestess, at her Atler’s side,
Trembling, begins the sacred Rites of Pride.
In this description of Belinda at the dressing table, what does the word refer to ?
66. “Cover her face; mine eyes dazzle; she died young …. She and I were twins : And should I die this instant , I had liv’d her time to a minute”
In the light of the above quotation which of the following interpretations is not correct ?

67. All except one of the following scholars have come up with models which aim to characterise world Englishes within one conceptual set. Identify the lone exception.
68. In the very opening scene of Volpone, the protagonist says, “Open the shrine, that I may see my Saint,” By the word ‘Saint’ , Volpone is referring to
69. A close friend of Dickens objected to the original ending of Great Expectations in which Estella remarries and pip remains single. Dickens accordingly revised to a more conventional ending which suggests that Pip and Estella will marry. Who was the friend ?
70. Which of the following statements best describes an example of the influence of an affective factor on second Language acquisition?
71. Marvell’s “The Coronet” Seeks to explore the human condition in the term of the conflict between
72. Which of the following is not true of post-structuralism ?It seekes
73. Which of the following second language learners would most likely acquire the second language more easily ?
74. In Wuthering Heights, Cathy appears in a dream beating at a window, wailing “Let me in”, blood running down her wrist. Who dreams her ?
75. Who among the following characters in Thomas More’s Utopia did not correspond in biographical background to an actual historical person ?
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