1. “The Graveyard Poets” got the name because ___.
A they chose to live near graveyards
B they often wrote about death and melancholy
C they always wrote about dead people
D they often use “graveyard” as the title
2. It is generally understood that the recurrent theme in many of Thomas Hardy’s novel is ___.
A man against nature
B love and marriage
C social criticism
D fate and destiny
3. The Romantic Period in English literature began with the publication of ___.
A William Blake’s Songs of Innocence
B Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
C Wordsworth’s and Coleridge’s Lyrical Ballads
D a piece of land
4. It is generally regarded that Keats’ most important and mature poems are in the form of ___.
A ode B elegy
C epic D sonnet
5. G.B. Shaw’s play Mrs. Warren’s Profession is a realistic exposure of the ___ in the English society.
A slum landlordism
B inequality between men and women
C political corruption
D economic exploitation of women
6. The Preface to Shakespeare and Lives of the Poets are the works of critic ___.
A G.B. Shaw
B Samuel Johnson
C Ben Johnson
D E.M. Foster
7. The Ring and the Book is a masterpiece of ___.
A Alfred Tennyson B Robert Browning
C Thomas Hardy D Ralph Waldo Emerson
8. Matthew Arnold is the writer of ___.
A Dover Beach B My last Duchess
C Break, Break, Break D The Eagle
9. The writer of Heart of Darkness is also the one of ___.
A Time of Machine B Jim
C Lord Jim D A Passage to India
10. Of Human Bondage is a novel by ___.
A Herbert George Wells B Arnold Bennett
C William Somerset Maugham D John Galsworthy