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UNIT-X-POETICS & AN ESSAY OF DRAMATIC POESY-TEST-38

  1. B) Poetics
  2. B) Poetics
  3. C) A weak trait in the character of the hero
  4. B) Change in the forutne of the hero from good to bad
  5. A) The hero’s recognition of his tragic flaw
  6. A) Aristotle
  7. B) Aristotle
  8. A) Tragedy
  9. A) safe
  10. C. Plot
  11. A) The moment of discovery by the protagonist
  12. B) Chapter VI
  13. C) The best artitistic texts will be both complex and unified: every part of the work will be essential to it and will be linked to every other part
  14. C. Purgation
  15. C. imitation
  16. C. reversal of fortune
  17. D. error of judgement
  18. C) distorts reality
  19. B) plot
  20. B) Statement (ii) is correct
  21. A) Epic Structure
  22. D) Aristotle
  23. A) tragedy
  24. C) error of judgement
  25. C) Manner
  26. D) Imitation
  27. A) Greek
  28. B) lmitation
  29. A)       (iii)    (i)      (iv)       (ii)
  30. B) Imitation
  31. A) The hero’s recognition of his tragic flow
  32. B) FL Lucas
  33. B) most useful
  34. C) The poetics
  35. A) Hamartia
  36. B) Six
  37. B) Twenty six
  38. A) FL Lucas
  39. B) He does not advocate their strict observance
  40. C) Comparative Criticism
  41. C) four
  42. D) John Milton and John Dryden
  43. C) Angela Carter
  44. C) William Shakespeare
  45. C. a dialogue
  46. C) the relative merits of French and English theatre
  47. C) John Dryden
  48. B) Crites
  49. C) Ben Jonson
  50. C) A moral power whereby poetry encourages the reader to evaluate virtuous models
  51. C) Criticism
  52. A) a dialogue
  53. B) An Essay on Dramatic Poesy
  54. D) Modern Drama
  55. C) Dryden’s Essay of Dramatic Poesie
  56. B) John Dryden
  57. B) New man, parvenu
  58. D) Dialogue
  59. D) Johnson
  60. B) Crites
  61. A)Corneill, Raceine, Beaumont, Fletcher
  62. C) A critical treatise on dramatic art developed through dialogues
  63. C) Leslie
  64. C) Neander
  65. D) Modern English Dramatists
  66. A) Waller and Denham
  67. A) Dr. Johnson
  68. C) Dr. Johnson
  69. B) Essay on dramatic poesy
  70. A) Atkins
  71. B) Four
  72. A) Neander
  73. B) Crites
  74. B) Preface to the Fables
  75. A) Silent woman
  76. C) Watson
  77. A) TS Eliot
  78. C) Black verse
  79. C) Chaucer
  80. C) Tragi-comedy
  81. A) Freedom from classical rules
  82. B) Thames
  83. C) Neo-classical
  84. A) Rhyming
  85. A) Delight and instruction
  86. B) human nature
  87. C) Lisideius
  88. C) Forty years
  89. A) Justification of English Drama
  90. B) God’s plenty
  91. A) Sir Robert Howard
  92. C) Aristotle
  93. A) Ben Johnson
  94. B) Thomas Rhymer
  95. B) Prof. Saintsbury
  96. B) Imitation
  97. A) Paradise Lost
  98. D) Longinus
  99. C) Practical criticism
  100. B) Prof. Tillyard
  101. C) Malicious pleasure
  102. A) 2 3 4 1
  103. D) Normally good men
  104. B) The Neo-classical poets
  105. B) Liberty with diction and norms of common discourse
  106. D) Syntax and word order

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