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UNIT-VIII-LITERARY MOVEMENTS-TEST-32

  1. 1830-1910
  2. C. Dadaism
  3. B. Jack Keronac’s
  4. A. Russian Revolution of 1917
  5. A. 1915 – 1930
  6. A. emotions
  7. A. First half
  8. C. 1941
  9. B. Joseph Conrad
  10. A. The Frontiers of Criticism
  11. D. Joel.E.Spingarn
  12. A. Post modernist ideas
  13. B. Stephen Green
  14. D. W.B. Yeats
  15. B. Wolfgang Iser
  16. C. Stanley Fish
  17. A. Reader response theory
  18. D. Hans Rober jauss
  19. B. middle ages
  20. B. Romantic revolt
  21. A) Elisabeth Jennings, Philip Larkin, John Wain
  22. D) John Wesley
  23. C) religion
  24. A) Allen Tate
  25. D) Russian Formalism
  26. B) 1837–1901
  27. A) 1642
  28. C) Discipline and Punish
  29. D) I and II are correct
  30. C) Champions of Ancient and Modern Learning
  31. A) Studied melancholy and aestheticism
  32. D) The growth of rural traditions and movement from large cities
  33. D) New Historicism
  34. D) Claude Levi-Strauss
  35. B) Hegemony involves a degree of consent on the part of subject people
  36. C) There is no a-textual ‘origin’ of a text
  37. C) unchaste women, widows and cuckolds scarcely make an appearance
  38. A) Literary texts are universal and transcend history : the historical context of their production and reception has no bearing on the literary work which is aesthetically autonomous having its own laws, being a world into itself
  39. B) George Pouler
  40. D) I and III are correct
  41. C) Deconstruction
  42. B) The English writers imitated the Roman writers during this period
  43. C) Lucky Jim by Kingsley Amis
  44. B) Amiri Baraka
  45. D) All romantic comedies; love and laughter
  46. B) Transliteration
  47. A) new interpretations of literary works
  48. D) The study of ambiguity
  49. C) England shifted from a Republican Puritan Commonwealth to an aristocratic Anglican monarchy
  50. B) Simplicity and naturalness in art and literature
  51. B) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
  52. B) Both (A) and (R) are correct
  53. A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
  54. D) Every sign refers to every other sign adequately
  55. C) Tend to view history as literature’s background
  56. A) I and IV are correct
  57. B) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
  58. B) Raymond Williams
  59. A) the Pre-Raphaelites
  60. D) L.C. Knights, A.C. Bradley
  61. D) A text is a linguistic construct withou any unity of meaning and is linked to multiple sources of language and culture
  62. D) James Joyce
  63. D) Documentary Fiction
  64. A. Sequence of novels
  65. A. A portrait of the Aritist as young man
  66. B)       (iii)    (i)      (iv)  (ii)
  67. B) Jean Baudrillard
  68. C) Jacques Derrida’s
  69. C) Working with Structuralism
  70. B) Mikhail Bakhtin
  71. A) Maud Bodkin
  72. A) Stanley Fish – Reader Response
  73. A) there is no one correct meaning of the text
  74. A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the true explanation of (A).
  75. A) Literary texts are universal and transcend history : the historical context of their production and reception has no bearing on the literary work which is aesthetically autonomous having its own laws, being a world into itself
  76. D. Formalism
  77. A. Literary devices
  78. D. style
  79. A) Allen Tate
  80. D) Russian Formalism
  81. B) George Pouler
  82. A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
  83. C) recurrence of archetypal patterns
  84. A) Both (A) and (R) are true and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
  85. A) It seeks to expose the problematic nature of ‘centered’ discourses
  86. B) Both (A) and (R) are correct.
  87. D) Deconstruction
  88. C) Deconstruction

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