1__ Percy Bysshe Shelly is famous for ___.
A Ode to a Skylark and Ode to a Nightingale
B Ode on a Grecian Urn and Ode to the West Wind
C Ode to a Nightingale and Ode on a Grecian Urn
D Ode to the West Wind and Ode to a Skylark
2. “Three of four families in a country village is something to work.” This statement was presented by ___.
A Emily Bronte
B Jane Austen
C Mrs. Gaskell
D George Eliot
3. George Eliot wrote all the following except ___.
A The Mill of Floss
B Silas Marner
D Agnes Grey
4. The novel Vanity Fair was written by ___.
A William Makepeace Thackeray
B Charles Dickens
C O. Henry
D Henry James
5. Vanity Fair was a novel written by William Makepeace Thackeray, and the term “vanity fair” firstly appeared in ___ by ___.
A Canterbury Tales … Geoffrey Chaucer
B The Pilgrim’s Progress … John Bunyan
C Tome Jones … Henry Fielding
D Dubliners … James Joyce
6. The novel Vanity Fair was written by William Makepeace Thackeray who also wrote ___.
A The Way of all life
B The History of Henry Esmond
C Sister Carrie
D Howard’s End
7. Barchester Series is a series of novels written by ___.
B Thomas Hardy
C Anthony Trollope
D Mark Twin
8. Erehwon is a satiric novel written by ___.
A Samuel Butler
B Henry Fielding
C Thomas More
D Mark Twin
9. In “the lake Isle of Innisfree” William Butler Yeats Express his ___?
A desire to escape from the materialistic society
B fear caused by the impending war
C interest in the Irish legend
D Love for Maud Gonne, a beautiful Irish actress
10. Walter Scott’s historical novels cover a long period of time, from the Middle Ages to 18th century. His work Ivanhoe deals an epoch of ___ history.