বিসিএস ইংরেজি সাহিত্য: এমসিকিউ প্রশ্ন (চতুর্থ পর্ব)

চাকরি পরীক্ষায় ইংরেজি সাহিত্য থেকে যেসব প্রশ্ন পরীক্ষায় এসেছে তেমন কিছু প্রশ্ন নিয়ে পূর্বে তিনটি পর্ব সাজানো হয়েছিল। এটি চতুর্থ পর্ব, এখানেও ২৫টি প্রশ্ন রয়েছে, যে প্রশ্নগুলি বিভিন্ন সময়ে বিভিন্ন পরীক্ষায় এসেছে। চেষ্টা করা হয়েছে সঠিক উত্তর দিতে যাতে ভুল তথ্য কারো শেখা না হয়ে যায়।

01. Who translated ‘The New Testament’?

A. Langland                        b.  John Wycliffe

C. Layaman                        D. Tottel

02. Ulysses কবিতাটির রচয়িতা কে?

A. William Shakespeare      B. William Wordsworth

C. Sir Walter Scott              d.  James Joyce

03. Who wrote the short story ‘The Gift of the Magi’?

A. Robert Frost                   B. William Wordsworth

C. Jane Austen                   d. O’Henry

04. Who is the Rebel poet in English Literature?

A. Walter Scot                     b. Lord Byron

C. John Keats                     D. John Austin

05. Which period is known as ‘The golden age of English literature’?

A. the Victorian age            B. the Elizabeth I age

C. the Restoration age         d. the Eighteenth century

06. Brutus is a famous character of Shakespeare in ––

A. King Lear                 b. Julius Caesar

C. The Tempest            D. Hamlet

07. Calibanis a character in––

A. King Lear                 b. Tempest

C. Man and Superman  D. Othello

08. Shakespeare’s King Lear; is a ––

A. Satire                        B. Comedy

C. Tragedy                    d. Lyric

09. In the poem ‘To Daffodils’ the poet weeps over­––

A. loss of beautiful flower

B. loss caused to wngironmnet

C. loss of sweet scent

d.  short-lived human life

10. Edmund Burke belonged to––

A. 16th century                B. 17th century

c.  18th century                D. 19th century

11. From which poem are the following lines taken?

      “Our sweetest songs are those that tell of the saddest thoughts”

a. To a Skylark             B. Remembrance

C. Gifts of God             D. A Farewell

12. Which ode begins with the lines?

      “My heart aches, and a drowsy numbness pains. My sense, as though of hemlock I had drunk”.

A. Ode on the Spring    B. Ode to Duty

c. Ode to a Nightingale        D. Ode to the West Wind

13. “Behold her, single the field,

      You solitary Highland Lass!

      Reaping and singing by herself;

      Stop here or gently pass!”

      These are a few lines of a poem of another great poet, Who is the poet?

A. P. B. Shelly               b. W. Wordsworth

C. Sir. W. Scott             D. J. Keats

14. Tennyson wrote––

a. Lotus-Eaters              B. Dover Beach

C. My Last Duchess      D. The Eve of St. Agnes

15. Who is famous for the theory of ‘Objective Co-relative’?

A. Virginia Woolf         b. T.S. Eliot

C. Edward Morgan Forster

D. William Somerset Maugham

16. ‘Animal Farm’ was written by–––

a. George Orwell           B. Stevenson

C. Swift                        D. Mark Twin

17. Who wrote ‘The Spanish Tragedy’?

A. John Lyly                 b. Thomas Kyd

C. Robert Green            D. Christopher Marlowe

18. ‘Great Expectation’ is a novel written by ––

a. Charles Dickens        B. Thomas Hardy

C. Jane Austen              D. Henry Fielding

19. Who is the author of the book ‘War and Peace’?

a. Leo Tolstoy               B. William Cowper

C. Shakespeare             D. John Ruskin

20. Earnest Hemingway is a famous ––

A. British novelist         B. Irish novelist

c. American novelist     D. Latin American novelist

21. T. S. Eliot is a –– poet.

A. Romantic    B. Victorian   c.  Modern        D. Post-modern

22. Novel prize winner American women novelist is ––

A. Bronte    B. Austen    C. Wolf       d.  Pearl S. Buck

23. Who of the following was a poet?

A. Charles Dickens       b. T. S. Eliot

C. Jane Austen              D. G. B.  Shaw

24. Who is the author of the book ‘Of Human Bondage’?

A. Charles Dickens       b. Somerset Maugham

C. Jane Austen              D. D. H. Lawrence

25. The Rainbow is––

A. a poem by Wordsworth

B. a short story by Somerset Maugham

c. a novel by D. H Lawrence

D. a verse by Coleridge


Lamia Dibbendu Dwip

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