PG TRB ENGLISH FREE ONLINE TEST-25-The waste land & Tradition and Individual Talent

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Welcome to your 25-The waste land & Tradition and Individual Talent

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1. Who is the "old man with wrinkled female breasts"?

2.To whom did T.S Eliot delicate his The Waste Land?

3.The Waste Land is a series of

4.T.S Eliot got Nobel Prize in

5.T.S Eliot The Waste Land concludes with a

6. Which of the following cities is mentioned in "The Waste Land"?

7. Magnus Martyr is a:

8. The opening section of "The Waste Land" is entitled:

9.To whom does the Narrator call at the end of The Burial of the Dead"?

10. Who helped Eliot revise "The Waste Land"?

11. "Belladonna, the Lady of the ____”

12.Who asks the narrator to luncheon at the Cannon Street Hotel?

13.In 'The Fire Sermon', a city typist describes an experience of casual sex in a bedsit with whom?

14.At the end of 'The Fire Sermon', where can the narrator 'connect nothing with nothing'?

15. In 'The Waste Land'-Which of the following is NOT a section?

16.Why is April the cruelest month?

17.What does the gramophone (record player) represent in this poem?

18.According to Eliot the emotion of art is ___.

19.In T.S. Eliot’s essay called “Tradition and Individual Talent,” he argues that the progress of an artist consists of which of the following ?

20.Which of the following term occurs in the critical essay “Tradition andIndividual Talent”?

21.Tradition in Eliot’s view means:

22.The essay "Tradition and individual talent" is first appeared in

23."Tradition and individual talent" is taken from

24.Eliot expresses his reactions against

25.According to Eliot, Shakespeare acquired more essential history from

26.Which play of Shakespeare is used by Eliot?

27.Eliot finds a negative capability in the poetry of

28.The mind of the poet, Eliot says the shred of

29.Eliot suggests an analogy to illustrate his impersonal theory which is taken from

30.According to Eliot the historical sense is indispensable to a poet beyond ___years