Past Papers Fiction and Non-Fiction [Introduction to Literature]


Subject: Introduction to Literature-III (Fiction and Non-Fiction)

Time Allowed: 10 Minutes

Maximum Marks: 10

NOTE: Attempt this Paper on this Question Sheet only. Please encircle the correct option. Division of marks is given in front of each question. This Paper will be collected back after expiry of time limit mentioned above.


Part-I Encircle the right answer, cutting and overwriting is not allowed.. (10)

1. Thomas Hardy was:
(a) An Optimist (b) A Pessimist
(c) A Satirist (d) A Humorist
2. Earnest Hemingway is a:
(a) Novelist (b) Essayist
(c) Short Story Writer (d) Both A and C
3. Jonathan Swift is from:
(a) 17th Century (b) 16th Century
(c) 19th Century (d) 18th Century
4. “The Rose and the nightingale” presents:
(a) Sacrifice (b) Love
(c) Both Love and Sacrifice (d) None of all
5. Bacon was a:
(a) Poet (b) Novelist
(c) Essayist (d) Short Story Writer
6. Of youth and age is a essay by:
(a) Francis Bacon (b) Jonathan Swift
(c) Oscar Wilde (d) Levis
7. Araby was written by:
(a) D.H. Lawarance (b) James Joyce
(c) Oscar Wilde (d) Kake Chopin
8. The most famous writing of Jonathan Swift was:
(a) Ode to Gracian Urn (6) Gullivers Travels
(c) Hard Times (d) A Tale of two cities
9. Nadine Gordimer was born in:
(a) South Africa (b) Paris
(c) England (d) Norway
10. Rudyard Kipling is the writer of the story:
(a) Araby (b) The Fox
(c) The String (d) The man who would be a king