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نمونه سوالات سیری در تاریخ ادبیات 1 برای دانشجویان رشته ادبیات انگلیسی (بخش اول)

 

نوع مطلب :نمونه سوال ،

A Survey in English Literature I (part one)

For Literature Students

 

Direction: Choose the right item (a, b, c, or d) and then mark it on your answer sheet

1. Addison and Steele were two …………… century …………….. .

a. 15th and 16th / poets b. 16th and 17th / poets and writers

c. seventeenth and eighteenth / essayists d. eighteenth and seventeenth / dramatists

2. Steele was sympathetic writer with ……………… .

a. the poor people b. the working class

c. whigs and the state senators d. new moneyed class in city

 

3. “Party Patches” is written by ………………… .

a. Addison b. Steele c. Pope d. Swift

 

4. “A Modest Proposal” as a(n) ………….. is written by …………….. .

a. drama / Swift b. irony / Swift

c. novel / Steele d. poetic drama / Richard Addisson

 

5. “Lilliput” is a(n) …………… in which ………… finds himself a(n) ……………. .

a. ship / Steele / well b. planet / Swift / great

c. empire / Gulliver / giant d. kingdom / Gulliver / refuge

 

6. “Brobdingnag” in Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travel is a(n) …………. to which Gulliver is

abandoned.

a. Irland of great ancient philosopher b. place where political books are kept

c. Utopian country in which animals rule d. utopian land of moral and political wisdom

 

7. One of the most famous and controversial fictitious works of literature is ………….. written

by ……………….

a. Robinson Crusoe / Daniel Defoe

b. Mysterious Ballads / Jonathan Swift

c. Crime and Punishment / William Wordsworth

d. Biographia Literaria / Percy Bysshe Shelly

 

8. Love for Love is a …………….. that was written by ……………. in ……………… .

a. play / Yeats / 18th century

b. poem / William Collins / seventeenth century

c. story / Andrew Marvell / fourteenth century

d. comedy / William Congreve / seventeenth century

 

9. The pilgrim’s progress is the most successful ……………. in …………… literature .

a. drama / English b. allegory / English

c. play – tragedy . the world d. religious drama / the world

 

10. ………… in his preface to Fables Ancient and Modern says ………..for us is like

………..for …………. and …………for ………………. .

a. Bunyan / Dryden / Horace / Romans Virgil / Grecians

b. Dryden / Chaucer / Virgil / Romans / Homer / Grecians

c. Congreve / Shakespeare / Homer / Romans / Virgil / Grecians

d. Addison /Andrew Marvel / Homer / Romans / Horace / Grecians

 

11.’ Twas at the royal feast, for persia won

By Philip’s warlike son

The above lines are from ……….. said by ………… .

a. The Retreat / Spenser

b. The War - Celebration /Andrew Marvel

c. Alexander’s feast / John Dryden

d. The celestial city / Alexander pope

 

12. “At last, divine Cecilia came,

Inventress of the vocal frame”

“Frame” in the second line of the above piece means ……….. and it rhymes with ………… .

a. net / divine

b. network / names

c. sensed cube / pane

d. organ / came

 

13. Chaucer’s own philosophical attitude, that of living whole-heartedly in the world while

remaining detached from it, is partially a legacy from the Latin writer ………………… .

a. Dante b. Boethius c. Guillaume d. Froisart

 

14. “Those are Grecian ghosts, that in battle were slain,

And unburied remain

Inglorious on the plain;”

The above lines are from ………….. and alludes to …………. .

a. John Dryden / Greek beliefs that shades of the dead could not rest until their bodies were

buried

b. Willian Congreve / the believes that unburied people never come to defeat other Grecian

spirits on the earth

c. William Shakespeare / Greek spirits in the battle when they could not be plain enough to

remain

d. Christopher Marlowe / Grecian warriors and glorifiers who may get their plain remains

unburied

 

15. “Think, O think it worth enjoying.

Lovely Thais sits beside thee,”

“Thais” in the second line of the above piece should mean ………….. .

a. that b. (your) mistress

c. (his) enemy d. enjoyment / happiness

 

16. “Absalom and Achitophel” is a(n) ………….. by …………

a. comic play / Morlowe

b. tragic play / Dryden

c. satirical poem that attacks contemporary politics / Dryden

d. lierary work that is classified as pastoral satirical poem / Swift

 

17. Medieval English literature extends over ……………………. .

a. less than 500 years b. more than 800 years

c. more or less about 650 years d. more than a period of 1000 years

 

18. Chaucer’s texts are actually written ……………. .

a. in French b. in welsh c. in old English first d. in a dialect

 

19. In early times ………………….sent one of his great man called ………. to the ………… .

a. Pope Gregory / St. Augustine / King of Kent

b. Augustine II / Pope Gregory / Queen of England

c. Pope Gregory / Christina Friar / Queen of York

d. Celtic authorities / Christians / Irlands of Britain

 

20. The first king in England to be converted to Christianity was ………………. .

a. Alfred b. Ethelbert c. Langland d. Geoffrey

 

21. The author of particular form of Beowulf that has come down to us was a(n) ……………… .

a. Old-English poet b. Germanic pagan

c. Christian poet d. Anglo-Saxon pagan

 

22. England was once more invaded and conquered by ……………. in the year 1066.

a. Anglo – Saxons b. the French military men

c. Savage Viking People d. Germanic People

 

23. During the dominance of Normans …………….. languages made English ………… .

a. Romans and French / important

b. French and Latin / disused

c. literary and Political / widespread

d. French and literary / nationally standardized

 

24. Christian teaching in England was primarily concerned with the issue of …………..

in………..

a. Politic /11th century b. the Biblical norms /11th century

c. nationalism /14th century d. personal salvation / 14th century

 

25. The earliest and most active enthusiastic patron of literature in the early Christian period of

England was ……………..

a. King Alfred b. Augustine the hero

c. Geoffrey Chaucer d. Sir Gawain the great knight





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