UGC NET / JRF June 2014 English Solved Paper

Practice Set for UGC NET / JRF June 2014 English Questions with Solution

Q. " The just man justices . " What kind of foregrounding do you find in the above lines ?

Answer - Syntactic

Q. Define the following terms -

Lambic - An unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable.

Anapaestic - An unstressed syllable followed by a stressed syllable.

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Dactylic - A stressed followed by two unstressed syllables

Trochaic - A stressed syllable followed by an unstressed syllable

Q. The separation of styles in accordance with class appears more constantly in .............. than in medieval works of literature and art.

Answer - Shakespeare

Q. " Had we but world enough, and time, This coyness, lady, were no crime. " This statement is an example of -

Answer - Irony

Q. A Spenserian stanza has -

Answer - Eight iambic pentameters

Q. Whose works are the following -

Cleanth Brooks - Paradox

William Empson - Ambiguity

Mark Schorer - Techniques as discovery

Maud Bodkin - Archetypal patterns in poetry

Q. " The artist may be present in his work like God in creation, invisible and almighty, everywhere felt but nowhere seen. " Henry James is talking here about the artist's -

Answer - Impersonality

Q. Who have written the following books ? -

Michael Foucault - History of Sexuality

Judith Butler - Gender Trouble

Alan Sinfield - Cultural Politics - Queer Reading

Eve Kosofsky Sedgqwick - Epistemology of the Closet

Q. " The greatness of a poet", Arnold says, " lies in his powerful and beautiful application of ideas to life" . But a critic pointed out it was " not a happy way of putting it, as if ideas were a lotion for the inflamed skin of suffering humanity". Who was this critic ?

Answer - T. S. Eliot

Q. Derrida's American disciples were -

Answer - Geoffrey Hartman, Paul de Man, J Hills Miller

Q. Identify the correct group of playhouses in the late 16th century London -

Answer - Curtain, Rose, Swan, Globe, Hope

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