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نمونه سوالات سیری در تاریخ ادبیات 2 برای دانشجویان مترجمی (بخش دوم)

 

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A Survey of English Literature (II) (part two)

For Translation Students


26. One of the literary translations of the Rubaiyát of Omar Khayyam is done by ……………. .

a. Oscar Wilde b. Walter Pater

c. Edward FitzGerald d. Frank Morris with Mathew Arnold

 

27. Amongst the other aspects of development the highest point of development of ……………

as a(n) ……………… occurred during ………………… .

a. Germany / great power / Hitler and Victoria

b. France / scientist pole / De Gaulle

c. England / world power / the reign of Queen Victoria

d. Britain / Imperialist power of the world / Prince Charles

 


28. The limits of Romantic Period in England are deftly fixed between …………………… .

a. 1798-1832 b. 1781-1903 c. 1832-1894 d. 1741-1831

 

29. The Confession of an English Opium Eater is presented as fact and it is written by

…………………… .

a. Shelly b. Lord Tennyson

c. Leigh Hunt d. Thomas De Quincey

 

30. Percy Bysshe Shelley wrote ………………… and ……………………… .

a. Paradise Lost / Endymion

b. Lullaby / The Force That Through the Green Drives the Flower

c. Prometheus / A Defense of Poetry

d. This Bread I Break / After the Funeral, In Memory of Ann Jones

 

31. Romantic Poems take as their subject matter, ………………, ………………, and the …………………… the poet who wrote them.

a. actions / miseries / scientific interactions of

b. people’s actions / feelings / objective views of

c. other men’s deeds / feelings / exterior of

d. thoughts / experiences / feelings of

 

32. One of the following statements is correct about Wordsworth:

a. Hazlitt believed Wordsworth’s poetic school was the literary equivalent of the French

Revolution.

b. Hazlitt declared that Wordsworth’s poetic school was a literary movement taken from the

Greek.

c. Hazlitt illustrated Wordsworth’s poetic trend as an old-fashioned direction of literary

practice for platonic sake.

d. Hazlitt considered Wordsworth’s poetic tradition and practice as a simple imitation of

Roman experience.

 

33. “The Nature of my Work is a visionary or Imaginative; it is an endeavour to Restore what

the Ancients called the Golden Age.”

The above statement is written by …………………… in his Prophetic Books.

a. Lord Byron b. William Blake c. Charles lamb d. William Wordsworth

 

34. …………………, …………………, and ………………… are the principal characteristics of ……………………… .

a. Universalism / individualism / restraints / Romantic Poetry

b. Generality / of particularism / passivism / neoclassicism

c. The supernatural / strangeness in Beauty / non conformity / Romantic Poetry

d. Interior Orientation, subjectivism / Exterior individualism / social romanticism

 

35. One of the following statements is correct in each of the following multiple-choice questions:

a. James Boswell wrote a play on Ben Johnson

b. James Boswell write Life of Samuel Johnson

c. James Boswell eventually went to Venice of Italy

d. James Boswell wrote two plays on Shakespeare

 

36. James Boswell and James Thomson are both ………………………… .

a. sixteenth century playwrights

b. seventeenth century essayist

c. eighteenth century authors

d. eighteenth and nineteenth century poets

 

37. The literature of external nature was dominated by ……………………… .

a. the eye b. the poetry c. thought d. sciences

 

38. Thomas Gray and William Cowper are both ……………………………… .

a. twentieth century poets b. seventeenth century poets

c. 16th and 17th century poets d. eighteenth century poets

 

39. The Task is a(n) ……………… in ……………… books said by ……………… .

a. play / two / Cowper

b. long story / three / Gray

c. blank verse poem / six / William Cowper

d. Neoclassical poem / six / William Butler Yeats

 

40. The Rape of The Lock is a(n) ……………… said by …………… based on ……………… .

a. drama / William Wordsworth / nature

b. poem / Alexander Pope / the story of a quarrel between two Catholic families

c. tragedy / Alexander pope / different episodes about the guardians of the church

d. Expressionistic verse / John Keats / different traditional incidents amongst British

families

 

41. A world of artifice and eternity is ………………… by ………………… in the poem called

…………………… .

a. represented / Yeats / Sailing to Byzantium

b. made / constructed blocks / Words and Phrases

c. articulated / T.S. Eliot / The Love Song of Prufrock

d. directed and performed / Yeats / Leda and the Swan

 

42. “Caught in that sensual music all neglect Monuments of unaging intellect.”

The above lines should mean ……………………… .

a. sensual music is neglected

b. sensual music is caught in monuments

c. monuments of unaging intellect neglect sensual music

d. everlasting remains of man’s mind are unobserved

 

43. T.S. Eliot who was ……………… wrote …………………… .

a. realistic / Thomas Becket

b. romanticist / The Waste Sea

c. postmodern / Symbolist Tradition

d. Classicist / Murder in the Cathedral

 

44. “Dissociation of sensibility” is a phrasal term written by ……………… to describe ………………… .

a. Auden / poetic distance

b. T.S. Eliot / the separation of wit and passion

c. D.H. Lawrence / English literary throughout centuries

d. E.M. Forster / the late 17th century poets

 

45. “Sweeney Among the Nightingales” and “Araby” are respectively written by …………… .

a. T.S. Eliot / James Joyce b. W. Butler Yeats / W.H. Auden

c. E.M. Forster / George Bernard Shaw d. Thomas Henry Huxley / Mathew Arnold

 

46. Although ……………… is the most Anti-Victorian figure of Victorian age he is

characteristically …………………… .

a. Mathew Arnold / Victorian b. Robert Browning / realistic

c. Thomas Carlyle / Anti-heroism d. Alfred Lord Tennyson / Anti-royalism

 

47. ………………’s …………………… enables the reader and the poet to be located at an

appropriate ……………… from each other.

a. Dryden / unities / identification

b. Tennyson / elegy / association

c. Robert Browning / dramatic monologue / distance

d. Elizabeth Barret / aging pattern / dissociation

 

48. Elizabeth Barret Browning’s “The Cry of the Children” describes ………………… .

a. the poetic strength of literature

b. the children’s literary exhibition and song

c. the traditional condition of children’s life in England

d. the nasty-brutish and catastrophic condition of life in Victorian age

 

49. The Way of All Flesh and Buddenbrooks and Mrs. Dalloway are respectively written by

………………, ………………., and ………………… .

a. Virginia Woolf / Thomas Mann / Samuel Butler

b. Samuel Butler / Thomas Mann / Virginia Woolf

c. Kathrine Mansfield / John Galsworthy / Jane Ayre

d. Arnold Bennet / John Galsworthy / Kathrine Mansfield

 

50. “Look Back in Anger”, “The Quare Fellow”, and “A Man for All Seasons” are respectively

written by …………………, …………………, and …………………… .

a. T.S. Eliot / Peter Hall / Harold Pinter

b. James Bridie / Harold Pinter / Arnold Wesker

c. John Osborne / Brendan Behan / Robert Bolt

d. William Denis Johnston / O’Neil / Sean O’casey




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