Who wrote ‘Patriotism’?

  • Sir Walter Scott

London town is found a living being in the work of ____

  • Charles Dickens

‘David Copperfield’ is a / an ____ novel.

  • Victorian

Who is William Hazlitt?

  • Essayist

‘The waves beside them danced'(from ‘I wandered lonely as a cloud’) is an example of ____

  • personification

The central idea of ‘I wandered lonely as a cloud’ is that _____

  • we can find solace in nature

Who is known as the father of English drama?

  • William Shakespeare

Who of the following was both a poet and painter?

  • William Blake

Who was a ‘poet laureate’?

  • William Wordsworth

Who is known as ‘the poet of nature in English literature’?

  • William Wordsworth

‘Poet are unacknowledged legislators of the world’, Who told it?

  • P. B. Shelley

Who has written?
‘He prayeth best, who loveth best
All things great and small’.

  • Coleridge

Which ode begins with the lines?
‘My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains.
My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk’.

  • Ode to a Nightingale

Who is the first Humorist in English Literature?

  • Geoffrey Chaucer

Who is the first great English story-teller in English Literature?

  • Geoffrey Chaucer

Who was statesman but awarded Nobel Prize in English Literature?

  • Churchill

Which on of the following is first long poem in English?

  • Beowulf

Who is called the father of English Poetry?

  • G. Chaucer

Who is known as the father of English poetry?

  • Geoffrey Chaucer

Who is the father of Modern English Poetry?

  • Geoffrey Chaucer

In what year did Geoffrey Chaucer died?

  • 1400 AD

Who is the father of English Language?

  • Geoffrey Chaucer

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