John Lydgate begins his Siege of Thebes with a prologue of 176 lines in which he imagines himself joining Chaucer’s pilgrims in Canterbury, where he speaks with the Host and agrees to tell the rst tale on homeward journey. The story that Lydgate tells as the pilgrims depart from Canterbury is meant to be a companion piece to :

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In Pinter’s Birthday Party Stanley is terrorised by two visitors to a seaside boarding house. Identify the two (a) McGrath (b) Goldberg (c) McCann (d) Robinson The right combination according to the code is :

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Which of the following is NOT true about Albert Camus’s novel, The Plague ?

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The title of M.C. Chagla’s autobiography is :

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Who/Which among the following gave the expression, “a leopard can’t change its spots,” to English language ?

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‘Anti – foundationalism’ holds that :

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The interaction hypothesis is a theory of second language acquisition which states that the development of language prociency is promoted by face-toface interaction and communication. The idea is usually credited to :

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Among Derek Walcott’s plays, which one is an exploration of colonial relationships through the Robinson Crusoe story ?

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Which of the following landscapes of England gures prominently in the poetry of Ted Hughes ?

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Stephen Krashen’s theory of second language acquisition consists of six main hypotheses. Which of the following is NOT one of them ?

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