1. John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress is a(n)___.
A allegory B romance
C comedy of manners D realistic novel
2. Which of the following can not be used to describe John Dryden?
A poet B playwright
C essayist D novelist
3. “Conceil” was wildly used by the __ poets.
A metaphysical B romantic
C religious D realistic
4. Of the many contemporaries and successors of Shakespeare, the most well known was Ben Johnson. He has been chiefly remembered for his___, the hest of which include “Every Man in His Humor”, “Volphone”, and “The Alchemist”.
A tragedies B comedies
C histories D sonnets
5. John Milton created Satan the real hero in his poem_________.
A Paradise lost B Paradise Regained
C Agonistes D Lycidas
6. “University Wits” refers to a group of___.
A poets B playwrights
C essayists D novelists
7. Marlowe’s best works includes three of his plays but__.
A “Tamburlaine” B “The Jew of Malta”
C “Doctor Faustus” D “Julius Caesar”
8. The author of “The Flea” was the representative of ___ poets.
A religious B romantic
C metaphysical D realistic
9. “Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability.” Is one of the epigrams found in__.
A Bacon’s “Of Studies”
B Bunyan’s “The Pilgrim’s Progress”
C Fielding’s “Tom Jones”
D Johnson’s “A Dictionary of the English language”
10. In the line “So long lives this, and this gives life to thee” of Sonnet 18, Shakespeare_____.
A meditates on man’s mortality
B eulogizes the power of artistic creation
C satirizes human vanity
D presents a dream vision