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英美文学模拟试题六(贵州民族学院)

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  1. Each of the statements below is followed by four alternative answers . Choose the one that would best complete the statement and put the letter in the brackets . (30%)
  1. The Glorious Revolution in ________ meant three things: the supremacy of parliament, the beginning of modern England, and the final triumph of the principle of political liberty.
  A. 1640    B. 1688   C. 1660   D. 1649
  2. After ________’s death, monarch was again restored (1660). It was called the period of Restoration.
   A. Cromwell    B. Charles   C. Milton    D. James
  3. The essays and stories of Addison and Steels devoted not only to social problems, but also to private life and ________.
   A. business    B. public clubs    C. gossips    D. adventures
  4. The Puritans believed in _________ of life..
   A. extravagance  B. simplicity    C. humbleness  D. Arrogance
  5. Fielding’s work unfolds a spread _________ of life in all sections of English society..
   A. picture    B. image    C. panorama  D. painting
  6. No sooner were the people in control of the government than they divided into hostile parties: the liberal Whigs, and the conservative ­­­­_________ .
  A. Republicans     B. Democrats    C. Laborers   D. Tories
  7. Pope was a man of extraordinary wit, extensive ________, and his contemporaries considered him as the highest authority in matters of literary art.
  A. sight     B. adventure    C. learning  D. thinking
  8. The philosophy of the enlighteners, though ________ and materialistic in its essence, did not exclude senses, or sentiments, as a means of perception and learning.
  A. Romantic     B. rational   C. realistic   D. metaphysical
  9. The mysterious element plays an enormous role in the Gothic novel; it is so replete with bloodcurdling scenes and unnatural feelings that it is just called “a novel of ________”.
  A. happy    B. love   C. Sentimentalist  D. Horror
  10. Along with the depiction of morals and manners and social mode of life the writers of the Enlightenment began to display an interest in the ________ life of an individual.
  A. exterior   B. urban   C. poor   D. innermost 
  . Decide whether the following statements are true or false and write your answers (F or T) in the brackets. (30%)
  1. Donne is mostly famous for his popular use of conceit.      
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  2. Paradise Lost tells how Adam rebelled against God and how Satan and Eve were driven out of Eden.
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  3. Bunyan’s most important work is The Pilgrim’s Progress, written in the old-fashioned, medieval form of allegory and dream.             
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  4. The story of Robinson Crusoe is real enough to have come straight from a sailor’s logbook.    
  (   )
  5. Gulliver’s Adventures begins with Lilliputians, who are so small that Gulliver is a pigmy among them.
  (   )
  6. The Spectator and The Tatler by Steele and Addison are the first important recognitions by literature of the special interests of women readers.                
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  7. Fielding’s first novel, Joseph Andrews, war inspired by the success of Defoe’s novel Pamela.
  (   )
  8. The author of the famous Elegy is the most scholarly and well-balanced of all the early romantic poets.
  (   )
  9. Of all the romantic poets of the 18th century, Blake is the most independent and the most original.
  (   )
  10. The Tiger as an excellent short poem is not composed by Blake .
  (   )
  . Name the author for each of the following literary works . (20%)
  1.  On His Blindness       2.  The Vicar of Wakefield
  3.  The School for Scandal      4.  Tom Jones, a Foundling
  5.  Death be not proud      6.  Robinson Crusoe
  7.  The Pilgrim’s Progress      8.  Gulliver’s Travels
  9.  A Read, Read Rose       10. The Tiger
  . Definition (20%)
  1.  Classicism
  
  2.  Three Unities

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