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Question 3541

The structure of a story which shows the cause and effect of events is the

Options

A) denouement

B) climax

C) imagery

D) plot

Question 3542

When one scene leads to another in inextricable chain of relationships, it is called ________

Options

A) episodic play

B) caused play

C) metaphysical play

D) All of the above

Question 3543

"...I would / Love you ten years before the Flood / And you should, if you please, refuse / Till the conversion of the Jews"
The literary device used in the above extract is

Options

A) allusion

B) innuendo

C) satire

D) archetype

Question 3544

“That pierced the fearful hollow of thine ear” is an example of ________

Options

A) relative clause

B) figure of speech

C) personification

D) noun clause

Question 3545

“Wilt thou be gone? It is not yet near day; It was the nightingale and not the lark, That pierced the fearful hollow of thine ear”. The first sentence here is an example of ________

Options

A) interrogative sentence

B) apostrophe

C) rhetorical statement

D) request

Question 3546

Identify the odd term

Options

A) Enjambment

B) Rhyme

C) Plot

D) Alliteration

Question 3547

In the village / Screams of delighted children / Toss and turn / In the din of whirling wind, / Women / Babies clinging on their backs / Dart about / In and out / Madly / The Wind whistles by / Whilst trees bend to let it pass. In the above extract, the movement of the women is

Options

A) leisurely

B) hurried

C) orderly

D) slow

Question 3548

From Andrew Marvell’s “To His Coy Mistress” Had we but world enough, and time, / This coyness, lady, were no crime. / We could sit down and think which way / To walk, and pass our long love’s day. This poem opens in the lines above like a

Options

A) Sonnet

B) praise poem

C) ballad

D) dramatic monologue

Question 3549

Tossing up things on its tail / Like a madman chasing nothing
These lines contain an example of a

Options

A) metaphor

B) simile

C) metonymy

D) paradox


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