UGC NET English June 2019 Part-5

THE GROCER’S CHILDREN The grocer’s children eat day-old bread, moldy cakes and cheese, sot: black bananas on stale shredded Wheat, weeviled rice, their plates heaped high with wilted greens, bruised fruit, surprise treats from unlabelled cans, tainted meat. The grocer’s children never go hungry. Whose point of view seems to have been stated in the poem?

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Match the play with the subject matter of the play : (a) The Doctor’s Dilemma (b) You Never Can Tell (c) Candida (d) Arms and the Man (i) Flouting of stage conventions (ii) Satire on military heroes (iii) Devaluation of social traditions (iv) Mockery of physicians’ ignorance

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THE GROCER’S CHILDREN The grocer’s children eat day-old bread, moldy cakes and cheese, sot: black bananas on stale shredded Wheat, weeviled rice, their plates heaped high with wilted greens, bruised fruit, surprise treats from unlabelled cans, tainted meat. The grocer’s children never go hungry. How does the poem achieve its effect?

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Match the following items/ideas with the writers who first used/popularized them : (a) The Frontier Thesis (b) The Lost Generation (c) Third Space (d) Structure of Feeling (i) Raymond Williams (ii) Homi Bhabha (iii) F . J . Turner (iv) Gertrude Stein

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Match each of the following concepts/objects with the corresponding description : (a) Farce (b) Props (c) Music hall (d) Closet drama (i) Articles and objects used on the stage (ii) Drama written to be read rather than acted (iii) Characterized by broad humour, wild antics, slapstick etc. (iv) Variety entertainment of songs, comic turns that flourished in England through the late 19th Century

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THE GROCER’S CHILDREN The grocer’s children eat day-old bread, moldy cakes and cheese, sot: black bananas on stale shredded Wheat, weeviled rice, their plates heaped high with wilted greens, bruised fruit, surprise treats from unlabelled cans, tainted meat. The grocer’s children never go hungry. What is suggested by the word ‘tainted’ in line 11?

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Match the works with authors : Works (a) Image-Music-Text (b) Why Marx was Right (c) Mirror and the Lamp (d) Culture and Society (i) M. H. Abrams (ii) Raymond Williams (iii) Roland Barthes (iv) Terry Eagleton

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THE GROCER’S CHILDREN The grocer’s children eat day-old bread, moldy cakes and cheese, sot: black bananas on stale shredded Wheat, weeviled rice, their plates heaped high with wilted greens, bruised fruit, surprise treats from unlabelled cans, tainted meat. The grocer’s children never go hungry. Which of the following words best describes the last sentence of the poem?

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In the study of AngIo-American literatures, certain distinguished names in critical/editorial scholarship become synonymous with famous writers and periods of literary history. Match the following names with their respective areas of scholarship : (a) Edward Mendelson (b) Jerome McGann (c) Stanley Fish (d) Hugh Kenner (i) John Milton (ii) Ezra Pound (iii) W. H. Auden (iv) Textual Scholarship

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