Recruitment Exam Preparation:English Literature|| Famous Novel, Short Story,Play and their Writers.
January 4, 2011 3 Comments
For a long time I have shared Fill in the blanks with Appropriate preposition, today I am sharing you English Literature basic question and answers related to Famous novels and their writers. Those who are preparing for the recruitment exam or any type of University admission then this section will be helpful for them. You may also like to know more about Basic Computer and Internet Technology questions and answer which generally comes in the recruitment and any type of admission test. Read them Below.
A Tale of Two Cities is a novel by Charles Dickens.
Three Musketeers is written by Alexander Duma
The Rainbow is a novel by D.H.Lawrence
Caesar and Cleopatra is a play by G.B.Shaw
The Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner is written by S.T.Coleridge
Author of The Time Machine is H.G.Wells
T.S Eliot is a modern poet.
John Keats is known as the poet of beauty.
The God of Small Things is written by Arundhuti Roy
The Gift of the Magi is a short story by O’Henry
Robert Browning was the composer of Andrea Del Sarto.
T.S Eliot was born in the USA
The greatest modern English dramatist George Bernard Shaw.
Lora Doone is a novel by Blackmore.
Ode to a Nightingale was written by John Keats.
Paradise Lost attempted to justify the ways of God to man.
Protagonist indicates – the leading character of actors in a play.
The Waste Land is a poem.
Sonnet is a poem of fourteen lines.
The Luncheon by Somerset Maugham is a short story.
Limerick is a kind of – Short Narrative Poem.
Julius Caesar is written by Shakespeare.
Edward Fitzgerald is well known for his translation Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam.
A famous English poet who was professionally known as a man of medicine is – Keats
The victorian Period was 19 Century
To be or not to be :that is the question is uttered by – Hamlet
Man Proposes, but God disposes – is stated by Thomas a Kempis.
Melodrama is a kind of play of – violent and sensational themes.