History of English Literature MCQs


Which is the period of French Revolution?

(a) 1880-1890

(b) 1784 1794

(c) 1794-1804

(d) 1789-1799

Question’s Answer: 1789-1799

Slave trade was abolished in England in which year?

(a) 1787

(b) 1890

(c) 1785

(d) 1788

Question’s Answer: 1787

The trial of Warren Hastings took place in

(a) 1785

(b) 1786

(c) 1789

(d) 1787

Question’s Answer: 1786

American Declaration of Independence took place in

(a) 1775

(b) 1777

(c) 1776

(d) 1778

Question’s Answer: 1776

The war of Austrian succession took place in

(a) 1750

(b) 1745

(c) 1740

(d) 1755

Question’s Answer: 1740

When the conquest of India begins under General Clive?

(a) 1920

(b) 1772

(c) 1762

(d) 1767

Question’s Answer: 1767

When the  George III succeeded the throne?

(a) 1750

(b) 1780

(c) 1760

(d) 1765

Question’s Answer: 1760

The cynical and corrupt practices of Walpole, the premier of the first Tory cabinet replaced by the more enlightened policies of Pitt in which year?

(a) 1757

(b) 1820

(c) 1759

(d) 1761

Question’s Answer: 1757

The Town and Country Mouse is a creation of

(a) Oliver Goldsmith

(b) Samuel Richardson

(c) John Gay

(d) Matthew Prior

Question’s Answer: Matthew Prior

The treaty of Paris was signed in the year

(a) 1781

(b) 1782

(c) 1784

(d) 1783

Question’s Answer: 1783

Renaissance Period

Which is the first tragedy written in English?

(a) King Lear

(b) Gorboduc

(c) Hamlet

(d) Edward II

Question’s Answer: Gorboduc

Queen Elizabeth had been reigning nearly_____years when William Shakespeare was born.

(a) Twelve

(b) Eight

(c) Ten

(d) Six

Question’s Answer: Six

John William Shakespeare (William Shakespeare’s father) happily married Mary Arden in

(a) 1507

(b) 1515

(c) 1557

(d) 1520

Question’s Answer: 1557

Gorboduc was written in

(a) 1540

(b) 1555

(c) 1561

(d) 1562

Question’s Answer: 1561

Marston, Chapman and Webster pass away in the year

(a) 1647

(b) 1641

(c) 1643

(d) 1634

Question’s Answer: 1634

William Shakespeare pass away during the reign of

(a) Elizabeth

(b) James II

(c) Charles II

(d) Mary

Question’s Answer: Elizabeth

Baccaccio first attempted prose adventure ‘The Decameron’ in

(a) Greece

(b) France

(c) Paris

(d) Italy

Question’s Answer: Italy

Edmund Burke’s Reflection on the French Revolution resulted in which of the following?

(a) French victory

(b) War with France

(c) Puritan dominance

(d) Spiritual death of the English

Question’s Answer: War with France

When did the Great fire of London take place?

(a) 1666

(b) 1606

(c) 1640

(d) 1610

Question’s Answer: 1666

How many years ago, The Empire of Babylon was at Zenith?

(a) 1000

(b) 1500

(c) 2500

(d) 3000

Question’s Answer: 2500

Which year saw the publication of Principia?

(a) 1687

(b) 1681

(c) 1680

(d) 1666

Question’s Answer: 1687

Theatres closed in England in _____.

(a) 1623

(b) 1650

(c) 1645

(d) 1642

Question’s Answer: 1642

The year_____saw the publication of Ottways’ Venice Preserved.

(a) 1678

(b) 1688

(c) 1682

(d) 1675

Question’s Answer: 1682

The Royalist’s spirit towards the Puritan was expressed in

(a) Pilgrim’s Progress

(b) Brut

(c) Euphues

(d) Hudibras

Question’s Answer: Hudibras

Which is the 1st periodical, manuscript, newspaper that figured in Europe?

(a) Times Supplement

(b) The Rambler

(c) Gazetta

(d) Paston Letters

Question’s Answer: Gazetta

Roger Ascham was to Elizabeth.

(a) Court poet

(b) Admirer

(c) Friend

(d) Tutor

Question’s Answer: Tutor

The Restoration Period

Who ascended the English throne in 1685?

(a) Oliver Cromwell

(b) Charles II

(c) James II

(d) Shaftesbury

Question’s Answer: James II

The Restoration of Charles II to the throne of England brought about a

revolution in English literature. What was that revolution?

(a) With the Restoration there was a violent reaction against the Puritan restraints

(b) There revolution was  agricultural

(c) England became highly a industrialized country

(d) None of these

Question’s Answer: With the Restoration there was a violent reaction against the Puritan restraintsB

What is the period of Oliver Cromwell’s rule?

(a) 1618 1650

(b) 1670 1700

(c) 1642 1660

(d) 1620-1650

Question’s Answer: 1642 1660

Who was restored to the throne of England in 1660?

(a) Charles I

(b) Harold

(c) James

(d) Charles II

Question’s Answer: Charles II

Who succeeded the King Charles II in his attempt to exclude James from the English throne?

(a) The Earl of Leicester

(b) The Duke of Montagua

(c) The Earl of Shaftesbury

(d) None of these

Question’s Answer: The Earl of Shaftesbury

Which puritan king ruled over England before Charles II?

(a) Elizabeth

(b) Henry Crown

(c) Oliver Cromwell

(d) Prince Charles

Question’s Answer: Oliver Cromwell

Which is the period in English history after 1660?

(a) Victorian period

(b) Restoration period

(c) Jacobean period

(d) Elizabethan peried

Question’s Answer: Restoration period

The Romantic Period

The Renaissance of Wonder is the name given to which period by Theodore Watts Dunton?

(a) Romantic Age

(b) Restoration Age

(c) Elizabethan Age

(d) None of these

Question’s Answer: Romantic Age


Cobbett’s Political Register appeared in

(a) 1819

(b) 1811

(c) 1793

(d) 1802

Question’s Answer: 1802


The Battle of Marathon was the creation of

(a) Elizabeth Barret

(b) Anne Bronte (English novelist)

(c) Arnold

(d) Tennyson

Question’s Answer: Elizabeth Barret


Who gave the slogan “back to nature”?

(a) Cowper

(b) Rousseau

(c) Wordsworth

(d) Pope

Question’s Answer: Rousseau


The old French word. ‘Romans.’ from which the word “Romantic” was derived, means

(a) A vernacular language

(b) A group of tribes descended from Latin

(c) Both (a) and (b)

(d) None of these


The Romantics’ view of religion is that

(a) They looked towards the church for answers

(b) Christianity failed to be satisfactory

(c) They searched personally for the spiritual truth outside religion

(d) Both (b) and (c)

Question’s Answer: Both (b) and (c)


When Peninsular War began?

(a) 1798

(b) 1782

(c) 1882

(d) 1808

Question’s Answer: 1808


When the French Revolution took place?

(a) 1778

(b) 1776

(c) 1789

(d) 1767

Question’s Answer: 1789


The Borderers is a _____ .

(a) Comedy

(b) Blank verse tragedy

(c) Epic

(d) Novel

Question’s Answer: Blank verse tragedy


When Peterloo massacre took place?

(a) 1891

(b) 1899

(c) 1765

(d) 1819

Question’s Answer: 1819


Nature for the Romantics is

(a) Independence of man

(b) Nature is the setting of man

(c) Something that is needed

(d) All these three for his fulfilment

Question’s Answer: All these three for his fulfilmentC


Life of Walter Scott was the creation of

(a) Wordsworth

(b) John Lockhart

(c) Robert Southey

(d) Mary Lamb

Question’s Answer: John Lockhart


Corneille is the name of a

(a) Greek historian

(b) Italian essayist

(c) French dramatist

(d) Spanish poet

Question’s Answer: French dramatist


Who wrote The Four Ages of Poetry?

(a) Shelley

(b) Collins

(c) Eliot

(d) Peacock

Question’s Answer: Peacock


Who wrote the book Heroic Idylls?

(a) W. Scott

(b) L. Hunt

(c) WS. Landor

(d) W. Cobbett

Question’s Answer: WS. Landor


Walter Landor’s Count Julian is a

(a) Poem

(b) Essay

(c) Drama

(d) Memoir

Question’s Answer: Drama


The Four Ages of Poetry was an attack on

(a) Elizabethan poetry

(b) Neo-classicism

(c) Romanticism

(d) Victorian age

Question’s Answer: Romanticism


The Old English Baron is a novel by

(a) Clara Reeve

(b) Walpole

(c) Lewis

(d) Mrs. Shelley

Question’s Answer: Clara Reeve


The Absentee is the best novel by

(a) F. Burney

(b) Ferrier

(c) Austen

(d) Edgeworth

Question’s Answer: Edgeworth


When the Westminster Review released?

(a) 1830

(b) 1824

(c) 1845

(d) 1817

Question’s Answer: 1824


Edinburgh Review was founded in

(a) 1809

(b) 1819

(c) 1817

(d) 1802

Question’s Answer: 1802


Ancient Spanish Ballads produced by

(a) L. Hunt

(b) Lockhart

(c) Robert Southey

(d) De Quinces

Question’s Answer: Lockhart


Sidney Smith’s Wit and Wisdom came kout in

(a) 1860

(b) 1957

(c) 1850

(d) 1863

Question’s Answer: 1860


Thomas Moore’s Lalla Rookh is ______.

(a) Play

(b) Oriental romance

(c) Short story

(d) Essay

Question’s Answer: Oriental romance


Which among the following was not a creation of  John Clare?

(a) Punch

(b) The Rural Muse

(c) The Village Minstrel

(d) The Shepherd’s Calender

Question’s Answer: Punch


Tales from William Shakespeare released in the year

(a) 1801

(b) 1807

(c) 1804

(4) 1802

Question’s Answer: 1807


The Road to Ruin is a sentimental comedy by

(a) Oliver Goldsmith

(b) Sheridan

(c) Thomas Holcroft

(d) Cumberland

Question’s Answer: Thomas Holcroft


Punch was produced by

(a) Robert Southey

(b) Leigh Hunt

(c) Thomas Hood

(d) John Keats (English poet of the second generation of Romantic poets)

Question’s Answer: Thomas Hood


When John Woodwil released?

(a) 1533

(b) 1522

(c) 1677

(d) 1807

Question’s Answer: 1522


The Recess was the creation of

(a) Dickens

(b) Walpole

(c) Sophia Lee

(d) Scott

Question’s Answer: Sophia Lee


When was the Reform Bill passed

(a) 1837

(b) 1845

(c) 1832

(d) 1849

Question’s Answer: 1832

Queen Victoria became the Empress of India in
(a) 1876
(b) 1837
(c) 1857
(d) 1887
Question’s Answer: 1876

The Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria’s reign was celebrated in
(a) 1837
(b) 1901
(c) 1865
(d) 1887
Question’s Answer: 1887

The accession of George V took place in
(a) 1910
(b) 1909
(c) 1908
(d) 1911
Question’s Answer: 1910

Queen Victoria succeeded to the throne of England after
(a) George III
(b) George IVWilliam IV
(c) Edward VII
(d) William IV
Question’s Answer: William IV

Who is not a member of the Bloomsbury Group?
(a) G.B. Shaw
(b) Leonard Woolf
(c) Lytton Strachey
(d) E.M. Forster
Question’s Answer: G.B. Shaw

The Irish National Theatre was constructed in
(b) London
(a) America
(c) Scotland
(d) Dublin
Question’s Answer: Dublin

Benedetto Croce was the main exponent of the
(a) Expressionism
(b) Surrealism
(c) Dadaism
(d) Impressionism
Question’s Answer: Expressionism

Edward VII came to the throne in
(a) 1900
(b) 1903
(c) 1902
(d) 1901
Question’s Answer: 1901

Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was formed in England in
(a) 1846
(b) 1852
(c) 1850
(d) 1848
Question’s Answer: 1848

Who formed the Rhymer’s Club?
(a) The Expressionists
(b) The Surrealists
(c) The Impressionists
(d) The Naturalists
Question’s Answer: The Impressionists

Who was the promoter of the slogan. ‘Art for Art’s Sake”?
(a) Oscar Wilde
(b) Bennett
(c) Conrad
(d) Chesterton
Question’s Answer: Oscar Wilde

The revolt of the nineties against Victorianism
(a) Reiterates the old formula of Liberty, Equality and Eternity in a new setting
(b) Worships power rather then beauty
(c) Challenges the older values of art and life
(d) All of A, B, and C
Question’s Answer: All of A, B, and C

Which poetry is strongly pictorial?
(a) Pre-Raphaelite Poetry
(b) Romantic Poetry
(c) Metaphysical Poetry
(d) Victorian Poetry
Question’s Answer: Pre-Raphaelite Poetry

The Oxford Movement was fundamentally a movement for
(a) Economic reform
(b) Political reform
(c) Social reform
(d) Religious reform
Question’s Answer: Religious reform

Strindberg, the Swedish dramatist is an exponent of
(a) Dadaism
(b) Naturalism
(c) Expressionism
(d) Impressionism
Question’s Answer: Expressionism

Who is the pioneer of the Aesthetic Movement?
(a) Butler
(b) Walter Pater
(c) Stevenson
(d) Oscar Wilde
Question’s Answer: Walter Pater

Dream Play is a famous work of
(a) Zola
(b) Strindberg
(c) Baudelaire
(d) Dante
Question’s Answer: Strindberg

The chief exponent of the Oxford Movement was
(a) John Henry Newman
(b) Ruskin
(c) Carlyle
(d) John Stuart Mill
Question’s Answer: John Henry Newman

Expressionism, a European artistic movement, started in 1900 in
(a) Germany
(b) America
(c) England
(d) France
Question’s Answer: Germany

Expressionism was a revolt against
(a) Naturalism
(b) Impressionism
(c) Realism
(d) Surrealism
Question’s Answer: Realism

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, a film in the Expressionist manner, has been directed by Robert Wiene in
(a) 1915
(b) 1925
(c) 1922
(d) 1920
Question’s Answer: 1920

All the members of the Bloomsbury were influenced by the Group philosopher
(a) John Stuart Mill
(b) Jacques Derrida
(c) Aristotle
(d) G.E. Moore
Question’s Answer: G.E. Moore

Who is considered to be the founder of the Oxford Movement?
(a) E.B. Pusey
(b) Mill
(c) Newman
(d) John Kable
Question’s Answer: John Kable

The main exponents of Aestheticism as a self conscious movement were
(a) The American
(b) The French
(c) The Greek
(d) The British
Question’s Answer: The French

Imagism was a self conscious movement in
(a) Poetry
(b) Fiction
(c) Drama
(d) Painting
Question’s Answer: Poetry

A Retrospect is an essay written in 1918 by
(a) T.E. Hulme
(b) Amy Lowell
(c) Ezra Pound
(d) T.S. Eliot
Question’s Answer: Ezra Pound

‘Bloomsbury Group’ is the name given to those writers who were associated with the Bloomsbury area of London from about
(a) 1907-1937
(b) 1909-1939
(c) 1908-1938
(d) 1907-1939
Question’s Answer: 1907-1939

Who has propounded the theory of the poem for the poem’s sake”?
(a) Walter Pater
(b) Edgar Allan Poe
(c) Oscar Wilde
(d) Arthur Symons
Question’s Answer: Edgar Allan Poe

The Yellow Book is magazine a which appeared between
(a) 1891-94
(b) 1892-95
(c) 1893-96
(d) 1894-97
Question’s Answer: 1894-97

Imagism was initiated by Ezra Pound and T.E. Hulme in about
(a) 1911
(b) 1913
(c) 1912
(d) 1914
Question’s Answer: 1912

Ford Madoc Ford is a famous novelist of
(a) The Edwardian Period
(b) The Victorian Period
(c) The Post I World War Period
(d) The Post II World War Period
Question’s Answer: The Victorian Period

The Poetic Principle is a well-known book written by
(a) A.C. Swinburne
(b) Baudelaire
(c) Walter Pater
(d) Edgar Allan Poe
Question’s Answer: Edgar Allan Poe

Flaubert, one of the main exponents of Aestheticism, was a/an
(a) French
(b) German
(c) Indian
(d) American
Question’s Answer: French

A Rebours (Against the Grain) is a novel written in 1884 by
(a) Mallarme
(b) Huysman
(c) Lionel Johnson
(d) Dowson
Question’s Answer: Huysman

The Yellow Book is the name of a
(a) Novel
(b) Biography
(c) Drama
(d) Magazine
Question’s Answer: Magazine

The editor of the first four volumes of The Yellow Book is
(a) Frederick Rolfe
(b) Lionel Johnson
(c) Max Beerbohm
(d) Aubery Beardsley
Question’s Answer: Aubery Beardsley

The poem Less Fleurs du mal has been written by
(a) Gautier
(b) Flaubert
(c) Baudelaire
(d) Mallarme
Question’s Answer: Baudelaire

Mason wrote an elegy “In a Churchyard in South Wales” in which year?

(a) 1780

(b) 1777

(c) 1787

(d) 1785

Question’s Answer: 1787


Thomas Holcroft pass away in

(a) 1819

(b) 1809

(c) 1818

(d) 1810

Question’s Answer: 1809


Rejected Addresses was the creation of

(a) J. Smith

(b) Horace Smath

(c) Both (a) & (b)

(d) None of the above

Question’s Answer: Both (a) & (b)


Who said “Literature, is the haminisation of the whole world”

(a) Goethe

(b) A.C. Ward

(c) Mistotic

(d) Arnold

Question’s Answer: Goethe


Who regarded Waverly as one of the best things that has been written?

(a) Gaskell

(b) Godwin

(c) Goethe

(d) William Makepeace Thackeray (British novelist)

Question’s Answer: Goethe


Who wrote “Magnificence”?

(a) Shelley

(b) John Keats

(c) Skelton

(d) Dryden

Question’s Answer: Skelton


Cloudesley is a weak novel by

(a) Godwin

(b) Clara Reeve

(c) Jane Austen

(d) Anne Radcliffe

Question’s Answer: Godwin


Blackwood’s Magazine released in

(a) 1800

(b) 1817

(c) 1811

(d) 1802

Question’s Answer: 1817


The quality of self-effacement is known as

(a) Hedonism

(b) Negative capability

(c) Baroque

(d) Neologism

Question’s Answer: Negative capability


__________ postulated the concept of ‘noble Savage”.

(a) Rousseau

(b) Blake

(c) William Hazlitt (English essayist)

(d) Robert Southey

Question’s Answer: Rousseau


Epistle I of An Essay on Man deals with

(a) Sincere man

(b) Religion

(c) Emotional crime

(d) Importance

Question’s Answer: Importance


“Say not,the Struggle nought Availeth” is a poem by

(a) L. Hunt

(b) William Shakespeare

(c) Browning

(d) A.H. Clough

Question’s Answer: A.H. Clough


When Thomas Love Peacock pass away?

(a) 1886

(b) 1887

(c) 1866

(d) 1830

Question’s Answer: 1866


Rural Rides released in the year

(a) 1830

(b) 1831

(c) 1832

(d) 1801

Question’s Answer: 1830


“The Rural Muse” (1835) is a poem by

(a) Thomas Hood

(b) John Keats

(c) Shelley

(d) John Clare

Question’s Answer: John Clare


Who says, “The romantic movement was the expression of individual

genius rather than the established rules”?

(a) John Keats (English poet of the second generation of Romantic poets)

(b) Charles Lamb (English essayist)

(c) Walter Pater

(d) W.J. Long

Question’s Answer: W.J. Long


Valerius is a novel by which of the following author?

(a) Galt

(b) J.G. Lockhart

(c) Peacock

(d) Austen

Question’s Answer: J.G. Lockhart

Twentieth Century MCQs

When did George V pass away?

(a) 1924

(b) 1935

(c) 1955

(d) 1936

Question’s Answer: 1936


Which group of writers can be linked with 20th century literature?

(a) Milton, Donne & Herbert

(b) Shaw, Wells & Galsworthy

(c) Hardy, Dickens & Jane Austen

(d) Fielding, Samuel Richardson & Smollett

Question’s Answer: Shaw, Wells & Galsworthy


The term ‘Imagism’ is linked with which of the followings?

(a) Ezra Pound

(b) F.R. Leavis

(c) T.S. Eliot

(d) David Herbert Lawrence

Question’s Answer: Ezra Pound


Which is not a characteristic of 20th century English society?

(a) There was loosening in sex taboos and an increase in sexual promiscuity

(b) There had problems like the problem of overcrowding,housing storage, a increase in vice and crime

(c) The impact of the psychologin like Freud, Jung & Bergson was seen in English Literature

(d) Ennui and boredom were not the part of city life

Question’s Answer: Ennui and boredom were not the part of city life


Which is the period of World War I?

(a) 1939 to 1944

(b) 1901 to 1909

(c) 1914 to 1919

(d) 1920 to 1924

Question’s Answer: 1914 to 1919


Who was the King of England in the second decade of England?

(a) George II

(b) George V

(c) George IV

(d) George III

Question’s Answer: George V


Which is the period of World War II?

(a) 1914-1919

(b) 1939-1944

(c) 1917-1920

(d) 1920-1924

Question’s Answer: 1939-1944


Starting with the 20th century, _______

(a) There was a complete breakdown of the agrarian way of life and economy

(b) England still had an agrarian economy

(c) Life moved as gaily as the sparkling Thames

(d) None of these

Question’s Answer: There was a complete breakdown of the agrarian way of life and economy

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