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UNIT-I-POEMS- Test – ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­2 ANSWERS

  1. D) Friar  
  2. D) Free indirect discourse
  3. D) Frame story 
  4. C) Aristotle
  5. A) Manciple
  6. C) The Yeoman
  7. D) The Lawyer 
  8. A) St.Julian
  9. D) The Miller  
  10. B) Doctor
  11. A) on  religious pilgrimage
  12. C) independent
  13. C) been engaged in battles overseas
  14. C) Amold
  15. D) Chaucer
  16. A) The prologue to Canterbury tales
  17. C) Tabard inn
  18. D) 30
  19. A) Melibeus Tale and The Parson’s Tale
  20. A. instead of revealing England’s divisions, it revelled in its diversity.
  21. A) the Summoner
  22. C) Thomas Becket
  23. A) Madelaine
  24. D) Five
  25. A) Harry Bailey
  26. Chaucer, Marlowe, Sidney, Bacon         
  27. A)Nobility, church and commoners
  28. B) Both (A) and (R) are true but(R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
  29. B. Pentameter  
  30. D. (ii) and (iv)
  31. D) Chaucer wrote The Book Named the Governor
  32. D) medieval curry powder
  33. D) Doctor of Physic
  34. D) (a)-(iii), (b)-(iv), (c)-(i), (d)-(ii)
  35. A) The realisation that the end of the world was not necessarily coming shortly
  36. D) The Peasant’s Revolt
  37. B) He died in 1410
  38. D) duplicity
  39. A) East Smithfield
  40. C) Tudor
  41. A) 12 
  42. B) Philip Sidney
  43. B) Elizabeth
  44. B) Nine Years War
  45. B) The Faerie Queene
  46. C) ab ab bc bc c
  47. C) allegorical work
  48. B) The Red Cross knight
  49. B) Twelve Knights of Elizabeth
  50. C) Chaucer
  51. A) Alexandrine
  52. B) Epithalamion
  53. C) I and IV are correct
  54. A) Mutability cantos
  55. C) IlPenseroso
  56. B) “L’Allegro” and “II Penseroso”
  57. C) That of a ship filled with jolly mariners.
  58. D) IV
  59. C) eight iambic pentameters
  60. B) Marriage Hymn
  61. A) legendaryGreek Poet
  62. C) Wind
  63. B) 11th June
  64. B) Aeolus
  65. B) three hundred and sixty five lines; days of the year
  66. C) Epithalamion
  67. A) a spousal verse
  68. C) Prothalamion
  69. C) London
  70. A) Edmund Spenser’s Amoretti
  71. B) Sir Walter Raleigh
  72. C) fabliaux
  73. C) Roger of Ware
  74. C) Harry Bailey
  75. A) 4
  76. A) naive
  77. C) The Knight
  78. B) 2
  79. B) The Squire
  80. D) Monk
  81. D) spends too much time hunting and too little time on religious duty
  82. A) The Prioress
  83. (C) The Knight, The Squire, The Prioress
  84. B) The Prioress
  85. B)The Friar
  86. D) Never trust a flatterer
  87. D) she was “pleasant and friendly in her ways
  88. C) The Nun’s Priest’s Tale
  89. B) Both (A) and (R) are true but(R) is not the correct explanation of (A).
  90. C) II and III
  91. B) The Parson’s Tale
  92. C) 2, 3 and 4 are correct
  93. C) Courtsey-Calidore; Temperance- Guyon; Justice-Artegall
  94. C) Pardoner
  95. C) By pardoning those who stole property or committed other crimes
  96. B) ababcdcdefef gg
  97. D) Ends with fears of ill omen
  98. A) Gloriana’s  
  99. A) Mutability cantos
  100. B) Una’s 
  101. C) I and IV are correct.
  102. B) Twelve Knights of Elizabeth
  103. C) Chaucer
  104. A) Alexandrine
  105. C) Sir Thomas Wyatt
  106. C) three
  107. A) Epic poetry
  108. B) Wyatt
  109. A) Surrey
  110. A) Knight

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