LITERATURE PAST QUESTIONS

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SSCE/NECO/GCE (LITERATURE PAST QUESTIONS)

LITERATURE PAST QUESTIONS 2

LITERATURE PAST QUESTIONS

Attempt all 60 questions from the selected questions from question bank. You can use the NEXT, PREV, CLEAR and FINISH buttons to navigate around the CBT.

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A Sonnet has a final couplet when it has___________

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Read the extract and answer the question
Work on,
My medicine work! Thus credulous fools are caught,
And many worthy and chaste dames even thus,
All guiltless, meet reproach. What ho! My lord!
My lord, I say!
(Act IV, Scene One, Lines 45 - 49)

The speaker is addressing

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Through the trees, I'll hear a single

Ringing sound, a cowbell jingle 

The underlined is an example of____________ryhme

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Catharsis is normally associated with____________

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The metrical beat in the The Splendor falls on castle walls is___________

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Speaker:    I think this tale would win my daughter too,
Good Brabantio, take up this mangled matter at the best
Men do their broken weapons rather use
Than their bare hands

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 171-174)

 

According to the speaker__________

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Speaker:    I durst, my Lord, to wager she is honest
Lay down my soul at stake. If you think other,
Remove your thought. It doth abuse your bosom
If any wretch have put this your head,
Let heaven requite it with the serpents curse
For if she be not honest, chaste and true
There's no man happy. The purest of their wives
Is foul as slander

   (Acts IV, Scene Two, Lines 12-19)

The speaker is__________

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Read the stanza and answer this question

For days I wept and felt depressed
The one and all I loved had left
But then on me our Bill impressed
'Your love is where she looks bereft'

The lines are iambic

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Othello:    Why, how now, ho? from whence ariseth this?
Are we turned Turks, and to Ourselves do that
Which heaven hath forbid the ottomites?
For Christian shame put by this barbarous brawl!
He hat stirs next to carve for his own rage
Holds his soul light; he dies upon his motion.
Silence the dreadful bell, it frights the isle
From her propriety, What is the matter, masters?
Honest Iago, that looks dead with grieving
Speak, Who began this? On thy love, I charge thee

Iago:       I do not know

   (Acts II, Scene Three, Lines 155 - 165) 

 

Othello is brought to the scene because___________

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But the towering earth was tired of sitting in one position.
She moved suddenly and the houses crumbled, the mountains heaved horrible, and the work of a million years was lost

 

The predominant figure of speech in the extract is____________

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Read the extract and answer the question
Work on,
My medicine work! Thus credulous fools are caught,
And many worthy and chaste dames even thus,
All guiltless, meet reproach. What ho! My lord!
My lord, I say!
(Act IV, Scene One, Lines 45 - 49)

Just before this speech,

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Over the cobbles it clattered and crashed is an example of__________

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Othello:    So please your grace, my ancient;
A man he is of honesty and trust
To his conveyance i assign my wife
Grace shall think
To be sent after me

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 279-283)

 

Othello is speaking to_____________

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Beware her faintly failing health, and gentle gallands around her speed  Illustrates_________

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An essential part of the plot is____________

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A short single act drama is called____________

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Speaker:    I think this tale would win my daughter too,
Good Brabantio, take up this mangled matter at the best
Men do their broken weapons rather use
Than their bare hands

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 171-174)

 

........this tale justifies_________

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Yet, let me flap this bug with gilded wings,
This painted child of dirt, that stinks and stings

 

The lines illustrates________

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Poetry is written in

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A narrative poem that relates heroic exploits is an___________

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Before a play is performed, it is ___________

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A praise poem is ____________

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Read the extract and answer the question
Work on,
My medicine work! Thus credulous fools are caught,
And many worthy and chaste dames even thus,
All guiltless, meet reproach. What ho! My lord!
My lord, I say!
(Act IV, Scene One, Lines 45 - 49)

The speaker is

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Through ........ the ills of society are criticised with the objective of having them corrected

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A dramatic performance with ONLY bodily movements and no speech is a _____________

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"Its a matter of sad joy" Iillustrates__________

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Read the following lines to answer this question

The livid waters roared and snarled and flapped
At the poor battered and weeping yacht.

The dominant device used in the lines is

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Who lied in the chapel
Now lies in the Abbey

 

The dominant device used is___________

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But the towering earth was tired of sitting in one position.
She moved suddenly and the houses crumbled, the mountains heaved horrible, and the work of a million years was lost

 

The effect of the extract is conveyed through the use of___________

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The character assumed by the author in his writing is

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Yet, let me flap this bug with gilded wings,
This painted child of dirt, that stinks and stings

 

The alliteration in stinks and stings effectively conveys__________

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Othello:    Why, how now, ho? from whence ariseth this?
Are we turned Turks, and to Ourselves do that
Which heaven hath forbid the ottomites?
For Christian shame put by this barbarous brawl!
He hat stirs next to carve for his own rage
Holds his soul light; he dies upon his motion.
Silence the dreadful bell, it frights the isle
From her propriety, What is the matter, masters?
Honest Iago, that looks dead with grieving
Speak, Who began this? On thy love, I charge thee

Iago:       I do not know

   (Acts II, Scene Three, Lines 155 - 165) 

In "Who began this" This refers to the ______________

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Yet, let me flap this bug with gilded wings,
This painted child of dirt, that stinks and stings

 

The poets intention is to___________

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''The sun smiled gently on the scene'' illustrates"

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The eight-line part of a Petrarchan sonnet is the________________

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A Poem that celebrates an object, person or event is

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Othello:    So please your grace, my ancient;
A man he is of honesty and trust
To his conveyance i assign my wife
Grace shall think
To be sent after me

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 279-283)

 

The speech illustrates the use of________

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The cast appears at the end of a play for the ___________

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'Many hands make light work' illustrates the use of'

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Speaker:    I think this tale would win my daughter too,
Good Brabantio, take up this mangled matter at the best
Men do their broken weapons rather use
Than their bare hands

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 171-174)

 

The speaker is_____________

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The major part of the Petrarch sonnet is the

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The ....... produces comic relief in drama

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Othello:    Why, how now, ho? from whence ariseth this?
Are we turned Turks, and to Ourselves do that
Which heaven hath forbid the ottomites?
For Christian shame put by this barbarous brawl!
He hat stirs next to carve for his own rage
Holds his soul light; he dies upon his motion.
Silence the dreadful bell, it frights the isle
From her propriety, What is the matter, masters?
Honest Iago, that looks dead with grieving
Speak, Who began this? On thy love, I charge thee

Iago:       I do not know

   (Acts II, Scene Three, Lines 155 - 165) 

 

To Othello, Iago is________________

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An essential features of drama is___________

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Conflict in a literary work begins to unfold with

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Othello:    So please your grace, my ancient;
A man he is of honesty and trust
To his conveyance i assign my wife
Grace shall think
To be sent after me

(Act 1, Scene Three, Lines 279-283)

Othello is leaving to__________

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...... refers to the structure of a work of art.

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Read the stanza and answer this question

For days I wept and felt depressed
The one and all I loved had left
But then on me our Bill impressed
'Your love is where she looks bereft'

The lines constitute

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But the towering earth was tired of sitting in one position.
She moved suddenly and the houses crumbled, the mountains heaved horrible, and the work of a million years was lost

 

The extract is about____________

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Dramatis personae is the same as ____________

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Othello:    Why, how now, ho? from whence ariseth this?
Are we turned Turks, and to Ourselves do that
Which heaven hath forbid the ottomites?
For Christian shame put by this barbarous brawl!
He hat stirs next to carve for his own rage
Holds his soul light; he dies upon his motion.
Silence the dreadful bell, it frights the isle
From her propriety, What is the matter, masters?
Honest Iago, that looks dead with grieving
Speak, Who began this? On thy love, I charge thee

Iago:       I do not know

   (Acts II, Scene Three, Lines 155 - 165) 

The underlined expression refers to the____________

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Poetry is written in

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Read the following lines to answer this question

The livid waters roared and snarled and flapped
At the poor battered and weeping yacht.

 

The picture presented is one of

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Diction is a writer's choice of___________

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A short play is also called a

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The Main Character in a Play or Novel is the ____________

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Ten thousand saw i at glance....... Illustrates_________

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Weeping Pilliow illustrates________

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A play that moves the audience to pity and fear is a ____________

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He is my most beloved enemy ilustrates__________

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