UGC NET English January 2017 Part-3

Richardson’s Pamela had its origin in

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The seven deadly sins are sought to be portrayed in Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. Which of the following sins is not covered by Chaucer ? I. Jealousy II. Envy III. Lust IV. Homicide The right combination according to the code is

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Dante Gabriel Rossetti founded the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood which included I. Holman Hunt II. Arthur Hugh Clough III. Gerald Manley Hopkins IV. John Millais The right combination according to the code is

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Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse has a tripartite structure. The three parts are named the following EXCEPT :

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The Medall, a poem written by John Dryden in 1681, is sub-titled

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“Full fathom ve thy father lies” is an example of

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In The Fall of Hyperion : A Dream Keats sees a ladder leading upwards and is addressed by a prophetess in the following words : “None can usurp this height … / But those to whom the miseries of the world / Are misery, and will not let them rest.” Who is the prophetess ?

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Who among the following is not a character in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies ?

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Which novel by Patrick White is based on the story of Ludwig Leichhardt, the Prussian naturalist who explored Australia in the mid-1840s, in which White’s ctional hero says when asked about navigation – “The Map? I will rst make it” ?

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What is a trochee ?

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