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    ISTORIA LITERATURII ENGLEZE GRILA NOUA

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    1. 1) Emily Dickinsons poems betray a keen interest in transcendental questions. A

    2. 10) Defamiliarization is a central concept in modern sociology.F

    3. 13) Victorian poetry aimed at communicational harmony.A

    4. 14) One of the purposes of defamiliarization is to underlie recognizable rational

    discourse.F

    5. 17) Virginia Woolf wrote in the mid-1960s that We are sharply cut off from our

    predecessors.F

    6. 19) Late W.B. Yeats and W.H. Auden were united, among others, by a keen interest in

    the left-wing.F

    7. 20) Late W.H. Auden and T.S. Eliot were united, among others, by an interest in

    Christianity.A

    8. 40) "Modernism emerged in the European metropolises of London and Paris, as well as in

    peripheral cities such as St. Petersburg and Rome." A

    9. 41) One of the purposes of defamiliarization is to emphasize the rational nature of

    poetic discourse. F

    10. 42) "Elizabeth Bishop was known for her unrestrained, explosive verse." F

    11. 43) Adrienne Rich is one of America's most appreciated feminist poets. A

    12. 44) "So-called ""Thirties poets"" dispensed with the modernist credo of aloofness frompolitics." A

    13. 45) "Dylan Thomas was one of the most important representatives of ""Thirties

    poetry"". F

    14. 46) Dylan Thomas was a central influence on Adrienne Rich. F

    15. 47) Dylan Thomas was a central influence on Sylvia Plath. A

    16. 48) ""In a Station of the Metro"" was inspired by a photograph of the London subway." F

    17. 49) """Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night"" was addressed to Auden's father." F

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    18. 50) """Musee des Beaux Arts"" was inspired by a photograph Auden saw in the Brussels

    metro." F

    19. 51) "The term ""confessionalism"" was coined in conjunction with American poet Robert

    Lowell."A

    20. 52) "The term ""defamiliarization"" was coined by American poet Ezra Pound. " F

    21. 2) "In ""Sailing to Byzantium"" Yeats contrasts the imperfect world of nature with thechangeless world ofintellect and spirit." A

    22. 9) Ezra Pound was one of the most important female poets of her time. F

    23. 10) Pound distinguishes the image from the mimetic or representational part of apoets work. A

    24. 13) The work of art was regarded by modernist artists as a self-enclosed entity. A

    25. 26. Modernist poets prized conventionalism in verse. F

    26. 27) Modernist poetry was heavily experimentalist. A

    27. 31) """Spring and All"" establishes William Carlos Williams as the leader of a newAmerican avant-garde." A

    28. 36) """In A Station of the Metro"" is not so much the figurative rendering of the facesthe poet sawemerging from the station but is the translation of the sensuous into the non-sensuous or inward thing." A

    29. 40) The town in Skunk Hour serves as an analogue for the state in which the poet fearshis own poetryhas fallen. A

    30. 43) The symbol of the "Reindeer" in Audens "The Fall of Rome" could suggest thepurity of uncorruptednature. A

    31. 44) Modernism first emerged in Britain and then spread all over Europe. F

    32. 45) "Modernism was, generally speaking, a regionalist movement (e.g., in the

    American grain).". F

    33. 46)"The thing is to be able to look at one s life as if it were somebody else s" is thecredo ofconfessionalism. F

    34. 47)Modernism was a movement without a single home. A

    35. 48)"Modernism was, generally speaking, a cosmopolitan movement." A

    36. 49)Modernism arose as a reaction to Romanticism. A

    37. 52) "W.B. Yeats and Seamus Heaney were united, among others, by an interest in Irishidentity." A

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    38. 57) "In ""The Waste Land"" April is interpreted as cruel because it breeds life fromdeath."

    AdevaratFals

    39. 59)Imagism was spearheaded by a group of American poets who emigrated to Europe.A

    40. 61) "Madame Sosostris in ""The Waste Land"" plays the role of a modern sybil." A

    41. 63) "The ""dust"" referred to in ""The Waste Land"" is not a conventional metaphor forhuman physicality." F

    42. 66 Modernism arose as a reaction to Victorianism. A

    43. 69 "William Carlos Williams deeply influenced Charles Olson and his notion of""projective verse""." A

    44. 83) "The absence of the ""Hanged Man"" card in the tarot pack in ""The Burial of theDead"" signifies theirrelevance of salvation through the death of a savior type." A

    Multiple Choice

    45. 3) One of the main themes in the work of John Ashbery is

    a. consistency

    b. indeterminacy

    c. convergence

    46. 5) By whom is Allen Ginsberg accompanied in A Supermarket in California?

    a. Walt Whitman

    b. Ezra Pound

    c . Edgar Allan Poe

    47. 6) I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness are the opening

    words of

    a . Song of Myself

    b . Howl

    c . Paterson

    48.10) Which of the following modernist authors wrote poetry in the American grain?

    a. Robert Frost

    b. Ezra Pound

    c. T.S. Eliot

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    49. 11) Portrait dune femme is a

    a. novel by Henry James

    b. poem by Ezra Pound

    c. short story by E.A. Poe

    50. 12) The likely significance (so much depends) of the red wheelbarrow in the

    poem of the same title resides in its being

    a. a primitive instrument

    b. a wonder of modern technology

    c. accompanied by a group of white chicken

    51. 13) The opening lines I celebrate myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you

    shall assume belong to a famous poem by

    a. Allen Ginsberg

    b. Walt Whitman

    c . William Carlos Williams

    52. 15) Which of the following thinkers first recognized Walt Whitman as the great poet of

    the democratic spirit of America?

    a . Nathaniel Hawthorne

    b. Ralph Waldo Emerson

    c . Henry David Thoreau

    53. 17) After great pain a formal feeling comes opens a poem by

    a. Sylvia Plath

    b. Emily Dickinsonc . E.A. Poe

    54. 20) Emily Dickinsons I felt a funeral is a poem about

    a. death

    b. mourning

    c. mental breakdown

    55. 21) Dickinsons After great pain contains metaphorical images describing

    a. lifelessnessb. excitement

    c. irreverence

    56. 22) Much of the imagery in Dickisons I never lost as much is taken from the

    domain of

    a. physical science

    b. economics

    c. ethics

    57. 23) Walt Whitmans poetry follows the rhythms ofa. life before the Fall

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    b. everyday life

    c. after-life

    58. 26) According to one definition of modernism, the movement represents

    a. a highbrow cultureb. a lower-class culture

    c. a bohemian culture

    59. 28) According to one definition of modernism, the movement is associated with the

    social changes produced by

    a. industrialization

    b. agrarianism

    a. informatization

    60. 30) Which of the following attributes best describes modernism?

    a. tame

    b. rebellious

    c. traditionalist

    61. 33) Which of the following attributes best describes modernism?

    a. conventional

    b. decadent

    c. sententious

    62. 34) Which of the following movements belonged to the wider modernist movement?a. avant-garde

    b. Victorianism

    c. the Georgian

    63. 35) Which of the following movements belonged to the wider modernist movement?

    a. fallibilism

    b. decadentism

    c. positivism

    64. 36) According to one definition of modernism, the movement eventually experienceda(n) ___ phase.

    a . superlative

    b . relative

    c . integrative

    65. 37) Modernists regarded the modern age as experiencing a process of

    a. resolution

    b. dissolution

    c . salvation

    66. 38) Modernists regarded the modern age as experiencing a process of

    a. decay

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    b. rebirth

    c. regeneration

    67. 40) Modernist poetry was influenced by

    a. safari

    b. game huntingc. music

    68. 41) Which of the following schools belonged to the wider modernist movement?

    a. futurism

    b. confessionalism

    c. professionalism

    69. 42) Which of the following schools belonged to the wider modernist movement?

    a. cannibalism

    b. surrealism

    c. bimetallism

    70. 43) Which of the following schools belonged to the wider modernist movement?

    a. physicalism

    b. metaphysicalism

    c. vorticism

    71. 45) Which of the following schools belonged to the wider modernist movement?

    a. chauvinism

    b. cubism

    c . criticism

    72. 46) Who declared that ""on or about December 1910 human character changed"?

    a . Ezra Pound

    b . Virginia Woolf

    c . Hilda Doolittle

    73. 47) Which female poet was among the founders of imagism?

    a. Hilda Doolittleb. Ezra Pound

    c . Sylvia Plath

    74. 48) What event was credited as a catalyst for the British modernist scene?

    a. a painting exhibition

    b. a music concert

    c. a technological exhibition

    75. 49) What event was credited as a catalyst for the American modernist scene?

    a. a jazz concertb. an exhibition of cubist art

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    c . a technological exhibition

    76. 51) Modernism developed chiefly in

    a. the countryside

    b. small towns

    c. the metropolises

    77. 52) Victorian poetry cultivated

    a. formal rules of composition-???

    b. unconventional rhythms

    c . free verse

    78. 53) Victorian artists were engaged in a quest for

    a. glory

    b. eternal beauty

    c . the Holy Grail

    79. 54) ___ played a crucial part in the changes in outlook that characterized the modern

    era.

    a. Anthropology

    b. Anthology

    c. Numerology

    80. 56) Moralism was rather typical in ___ literature.

    a. postmodernb. modernist

    c. Victorian

    81. 58) Prosaic language was used in poetry by

    a. Emily Dickinson

    b. Sylvia Plath

    c. Carl Sandburg

    82. 59) Which 20th century female writer was closely associated to the feminist

    movement?

    a. Emily Dickinsonb. Sylvia Plath

    c. Adrienne Rich

    83. 61) Defamiliarization was concept coined by

    a. Vladimir Shklovsky

    b. Vladimir Nabokov

    c . Vladimir Lenin

    84. 62) One of the purposes of defamiliarization is to

    a. decrease the length of perceptionb. make plots easier to understand

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    c. undermine recognizable rational discourse

    85. 63) Which American poet urged fellow authors to become ignorant men?

    a. William Carlos Williams

    b. Wallace Stevens

    c. Wallace William Wallace

    86. 64) Which initials are associated with the birth of imagism?

    a. LSD

    b. WCW

    c. HD

    87. 65) Modernist preferred an attitude of self-conscious ___ in / from the rest of

    community?

    a. isolation

    b. embeddednessc. integration

    88. 67) The famous statement that poetry relies on a language of absence rather than

    presence belonged to

    a. Baudelaire

    b. Appolinaire

    c. Mallarm -???

    89. 68) The vortex-image was a ___ concept.

    a. modernist

    b. postmodernist

    c. premodern

    90. 73) Who defined the image as intellectual and emotional complex in an instance of

    time?

    a. Eliot

    b. Williams

    c. Pound-???

    91. 75) A "poetry of fancy" was envisaged by which critic and poet?

    a. Hulme

    b. Hume

    c. Eliot

    92. 76) At the heart of In a Station of the Metro there lies a(n)

    a. metaphor

    b. enjambment

    c. synecdoche

    93. 77) "The Red Wheelbarrow" is similar to In a Station of the Metro in terms of

    a. setting

    b. theme

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    c. size

    94. 79) The objects in "The Red Wheelbarrow" are

    a. anti-poetic

    b. poeticc. abstract

    95. 80)"No ideas but in things" was a motto of

    a. Eliot

    b. Ashbery

    c. Williams

    96. 82) Spring and All was considered a sort of response to

    a. The Waste Land

    b. Winter

    c. The Cantos

    97. 84) "The Burial of the Dead" stands the ___ on its head.

    a . the winter-poem tradition

    b . the elegiac tradition

    c. the spring-poem tradition

    98. 85) ___ are among the characters introduced in Part I of Eliot's The Waste Land.

    a. pilgrims

    b. soothsayers

    c . workingmen

    99. 87) In The Waste Land Eliot quotes original lines from

    a. The Canterbury Tales

    b. Howl

    c. Tristan and Isolde

    100. 90) T.S. Eliot's Gerontion is a poem about

    a . old age

    b . the Golden Age

    c . the underaged

    101. 91) Portrait dune femme is the title of a

    a. poem by Ezra Pound

    b . poem by W.B. Yeats

    c . novel by Henry James

    102. 92) Carl Sandburg's Cool Tombs is a poem about

    a . small-town America

    b . Paris

    c . metropolitan America

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    103. 93) William Carlos Williams's Pastoral is a poem about

    a. small-town America

    b. Paris

    c. metropolitan America

    104. 94) Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" bears a certain resemblance to

    a. Ezra Pound's Cantos

    b. Walt Whitman's Song of Myself

    c. T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land

    105. 96) W.B. Yeats's The Second Coming was apparently inspired by the ___ Revolution.

    a. American

    b. Glorious

    c. Russian

    106. 98) (of Ever-Ever Land i speak is a poem about

    a. anarchism in general

    b. the Russian Revolution specifically

    c. totalitarianism in general

    107. 99) The reindeers in "The Fall of Rome suggest

    a retribution

    b impending doom

    c the second coming of Christ

    108. 100) The title The Force that Through the Green Fuse Drives the Flower obviously

    relies on ___ symbolism.

    a phallic

    b faunal

    c pharaonic

    109. 101) The hawk in Ted Hughes's Hawk Roosting looks upon the world with

    a detached empathy

    b warm sympathy

    c cold assurance

    110. 102) Elizabeth Bishop's In the Waiting Room tells a story about becoming a

    a girl

    b woman

    c prostitute

    111. 103) Adrienne Rich's Solfeggietto is a ___ poem.

    a feminist

    b minimalist

    c modernist

    112. 104) The correct title of one of Frank OHara's best known poems is Why I Am Not a

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    ___

    a Poet

    b Plagiarist

    c Painter

    113. 107) W.B. Yeats's Easter 1916 is a poem about

    a the dissolution of Western civilization

    b the celebration of an important day for Christians

    c a nationalist revolt

    114. 108) Heaney's Act of Union is ostensibly concerned with

    a sex

    b marriage

    c the unity of all things

    115. 109) Act of Union is a rather transparent reference to

    a the dissolution of Western civilization

    b the relationship between city and countryside

    c the relationship of Ireland and England

    116. 110) W.H. Auden's Spain 1937 is a poem about a

    a World War

    b Civil War

    c War of Words

    117. 111) "The Fall of Rome" is built on a series of ___ of / between ancient and modern

    states.

    a juxtapositions

    b contrasts

    c wars

    118. 112) Stevie Smith's Major Macroo mimics

    a doggerel verse

    b Japanese haikus

    c free verse

    119. 113) The short sentences of "We Real Cool" suggest

    a fast talk

    b smooth talk

    c a firm sense of identity

    120.114) Grace Nichols's The Body Reclining is an ode to

    a idleness

    b hard workc the female body

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    121. 1) Modernism as a movement emerged around

    the beginning of the 19th century

    the beginning of the 21st centurythe mid 1940snone of the above

    122. 2) What event was credited as a catalyst for the British modernist scene?

    a photo exhibition

    a music concert

    a technological exhibition

    none of the above

    123.3) """The Red Wheelbarrow"" is similar to In a Station of the Metro in terms of"

    setting

    theme

    sizenone of the above

    124. 4) """The Burial of the Dead"" is"

    Part III of The Waste Land

    Part II of The Waste Land

    "a distinct, separate poem by T.S. Eliot"

    none of the above

    125. 5) "Essential to Yeats's ""Easter, 1916"" is a sense of ___ about violent politics."

    conviction

    commitment

    ambiguity

    none of the above

    126. 6) "In ""Easter, 1916"" Yeats mixes ___ with political mythmaking."

    personal views

    hagiography

    gender issues

    none of the above

    127. 7) """An Ulster Twilight"" is fashioned as a" (autor Seamus Heaney)

    rememberance

    dramatic monologue

    dialogue

    none of the above

    128. 8) """An Ulster Twilight"" is a poem about ___ politics."

    London

    Irish

    Scottish

    none of the above

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    129. 9) "The speaker in ""An Ulster Twilight"" is a(n)"

    angry boy

    reminiscing adult

    old lady

    none of the above

    130. 10) ___ was one of Ireland's postwar Nobel Prize winners.

    Yeats

    Auden

    Heaney

    none of the above

    131. 11) "The speaker in ""In The Waiting Room"" is a(n)"

    dentist

    aunt

    National Geographic editornone of the above

    132. 12) """Christ in Alabama"" was written in the context of a"

    racially-tinged trial in the South

    racially-tinged riot in L.A.

    racially-tinged riot in the Harlem

    none of the above

    133. 13) The Harlem Renaissance was a movement in

    Caucasian-American arts and thoughtAsian-American arts and thought

    Native American arts and thought

    none of the above

    134. 14) Langston Hughes was one of the chief representatives of the

    American folk song

    Harlem Renaissance

    Beat Generation

    none of the above

    135. 15) Langston Hughes was one of the pioneers of

    Black modernism

    Black Panthers

    Black Magic

    none of the above

    136. 16) The poetry of Langston Hughes was inspired by

    jazz and charleston

    r and b

    jazz and bluesnone of the above

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    137. 17) The call-and-response pattern was typical of

    African-American spirituals

    American spirits

    African magic

    none of the above

    138.18) "Traditionally, African-American blues was regarded as"

    Christ's song

    devil's music

    politically incorrect music

    none of the above

    139. 19) """Christ in Alabama"" was written according to a ___ pattern."

    name-calling

    caller-identificationcalling-card

    none of the above

    140. 20) """Christ in Alabama"" was an ___ poem."

    initially neglected

    instantly appreciated

    intentionally censured

    none of the above

    141. 21) """Christ in Alabama"" contains ___ imagery."beneficent

    beatific

    blasphemous

    none of the above

    142. 22. """Christ in Alabama"" explicitly likens"(consider or describe)

    the slave owner to God

    American blacks to God

    the slave owner to Christ

    none of the above

    143. 23. """Christ in Alabama"" explicitly likens"

    the nigger to God

    the nigger to Christ

    the nigger to the slave owner

    none of the above

    144. 24. "The ""Musee des Beaux Arts"" is a poem about"

    the futility of art

    Pieter Bruegellife going on

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    none of the above

    145. 25. """Solfeggietto"" is a poem about a ___ relationship."

    father-daughter

    mother-daughter

    mother-father

    none of the above

    146. 26. "___ offers the key to a belated reconciliation between the two protagonists of

    ""Solfeggietto""."

    Feminism

    Modernism

    Confessionalism

    none of the above

    147. 27. """Sailing to Byzantium"" is a poem about, among other things,"rare birds

    transcending historicity

    hawks

    none of the above

    148. 28 . Which of the following poems deals in end-of-the-world scenarios?

    Christ in Alabama

    An Ulster Twilight

    "Easter, 1916"

    none of the above

    149. 29. Which of the following poems deals in end-of-the-world scenarios?

    In the Waiting Room

    Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night

    Solfeggietto

    none of the above

    150. 30. Which of the following poems deals in end-of-the-world scenarios?

    In the Waiting Room

    An Ulster TwilightThe Second Coming

    none of the above

    151. 31. Which of the following poems deals with autobiographical experiences?

    Christ in Alabama

    Sailing to Byzantium

    Solfeggietto

    none of the above

    152. 32. Which of the following poems deals with autobiographical experiences?The Second Coming

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    Musee des Beaux Arts

    The Burial of the Dead

    none of the above

    153. 33. "In ""Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night"" the speaker urges the addressee to"

    passively accept death as unavoidable

    continue living because death can be avoided

    go on living because he is a passionate man

    none of the above

    154. 1) Modernism was chiefly a(n) ___ movement.

    a Anglo-Saxon

    b French

    c international

    155. 3) "At the climactic moment of ""Skunk Hour"" Lowell contrasts a popular song playingon the car radiowith a quote from"a. "Pound's ""Cantos"""b. "Ovid's ""Metamorphoses"""c. "Milton's ""Paradise Lost"""d. King James BIBLE

    156. 4) Plaths Lady Lazarus is a poem about

    a suicide

    b genocide (against the Jews)c infanticide

    157. 6) The____ embraced the musical forms of jazz and blues.a. Modernist expatriatesb. Beatsc. Confessionalsd. Imagists

    158. 7) In Daddy, the speaker associates her father with

    a an elfb a Nazi

    c an old lady who lives in a shoe

    159. 8) """The dark night of the soul"" in ""Skunk Hour"" refers to"a. the sinful human natureb. the poet's personal ordealc. the overarching sense of alienation in Cold War America

    160. 11) The theoretical imperative "no ideas but in things" was formulated bya. T.S.Eliotb. Ezra Poundc. Allen Ginsbergd. William Carlos Willaims

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    e. John Ashbery

    161. 12) "In ""Continuing to Live"" life is compared to "a. an arcade gameb. a chess gamec. a war gamed. a poker game

    162. 14)In a Station of the Metro is closer to

    a English metaphysical verse

    b a canto

    c a Japanese haiku

    163. 15) A Supermarket in California deals in images of

    a consumption

    b political corruptionc self-denial

    164. 16) The iconic objects of the modern age were appropriated by

    a modernists

    b Victorians

    c Romantics

    165. 17) In "The Fall of Rome" the modern bureaucrat is represented by means of a

    a manilla envelope

    b pink slip

    c man named Stetson

    166. 18) """PORTRAIT D'UNE FEMME"" is written in "a. iambic pentametersb. blank versec. hexameters

    167. 19) Free association was a technique common in

    a modernist poetry

    b Georgian poetry

    c the metaphysical poets

    168. 20) Much of the imagery in Continuing to Live suggest a ___ existence.

    a hectic and passionate

    b dispassionate and boring

    c poker-addicted

    169. 21) Modernism as a movement emerged around

    a the beginning of the 19th century

    b the beginning of the 20th century

    c the mid 1940s

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    170. 22) One of the main techniques employed by Sylvia Plath is

    a the mythologizing of the self

    b self-abnegation

    c selfless altruism

    171. 23) The feeling of alienation from American life during the Cold War is best capturedina. """Song of Myself"""b. """The Waste Land"""c. """Howl"""d. """Gerontion"""

    172. 24) Oriental verse was frequently used by

    a Ezra Pound

    b John Ashbery

    c T.S. Eliot

    173. 25) According to one definition of modernism, the movement represents

    a a Weltanschauung (or worldview)

    b a Weltschmerz (or sadness)

    c a Weltstadt (or global city)

    174. 28) "The Burial of the Dead" is

    a Part III of The Waste Land

    b Part I of The Waste Land

    c a distinct, separate poem by T.S. Eliot

    175. 29) "The Red Wheelbarrow" is similar to In a Station of the Metro in terms of

    a verse structure

    b technique

    c setting

    176. 30) """In a Station of the Metro"" is "a. a surrealist poemb. a neoplatonist poemc. a Dadaist poemd. an Imagist poem

    177. 32) Imagism was a movement in

    a American verse

    b American prose

    c American fine arts

    178. 33) The United States themselves are essentially the greatest poem. These words

    belong to the Preface of a volume of poetry authored by

    a Walt Whitman

    b Ezra Pound

    c T.S. Eliot

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    179. 34) At the heart of In a Station of the Metro there lies a(n)a. metaphorb. enjambmentc. synecdoche

    180. 35) William Carlos Williams portrayed objects, scenes and human figures thattraditionally would be: a. viewed as

    b. symbolicc. antipoeticd. extravagante. exotic

    181. 37) Spring and All is a rather ___ poem.

    a visual

    b oral

    c aural

    182. 38) "It Is the _______of the emotion expressed in ""The Waste Land"" that makes thepoem significant."a. immediacyb. Impersonalityc. intensity

    183. 39) In "Skunk Hour" the poet is saved from his personal ordeal bya. a revelation of personal valueb. the inhabitants of the townc. the appearance of a family of skunksd. the towns's "fairy decorator"e. "the summer's millionaire"

    184. 41) Self-referentiality was central to ___ literature.

    a premodern

    b postmodern

    c abstract

    185. 42) In a Station of the Metro resembles

    a Javanese songs

    b Japanese haikus

    c Chinese pictograms

    186. 50) The Waste Land is generally regarded as a piece on the

    a dissolution of Western civilization

    b The Canterbury Tales

    c Dantean Divine Comedy

    187. 51) The first four stanzas of Skunk Hour addressa. the decay of the townb. the poets personal dilemmasc. the issue of the skunkshabitat

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    188. 53) is built upon the concise esthetic structure of haiku.a. The Red Wheelbarrowb. In a Station of the Metroc. Skunk Hourd. The Fall of Rome

    189. 54)"The first section of ""The Waste Land"" is characterised by "a. unity of narrative voiceb. linear chronologyc. oscillation of perspectives

    190. 55) The association of the speaker or protagonist with an image of debasement is astrategy adopted bya. the Beat poetsb. the Confessional poetsc. the Dadaist poets

    d. the Imagist poets

    191. 56) To modernists, the work of art inhabits a space free from narrow

    a reflexivity

    b subjectivity-

    c objectivity

    192. 58) The Red Wheelbarrow presents_____discrete images making up a single imagecluster.a. Three

    b. Twoc. Four

    193. 60) According to one definition of modernism, the movement represents

    a a reaction to modernization

    b a reaction to slavery

    c a reaction to affluence

    194. 62) The fragmented, elliptical style of.. recalls the influence of cubism.

    a. A Supermarket in Californiab. Spring and Allc. The Waste Landd. Gerontion

    195. 64) The contrast between art and life is the underlying theme ofa."""Daddy"""b. """Continuing to Live"""c. """Sailing to Byzantium"""

    196. 65) The opening lines of The Waste Land contain a reference toa The Tempest

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    b. organized religionc. an animal in search of foodd. the values of the American Dream

    208. 79) Which of the following attributes best describes modernism?

    a subversive

    b liberal

    c bourgeois

    209. 80) The poem must be difficult is a notion common among

    a postmoderns

    b confessional poets

    c modernist poets

    210. 81) In Ashberys Paradoxes and Oxymorons

    a a reader directly engages the authorb a poem directly engages its reader

    c a narrator directly engages the reader

    211. 82) ___ played a crucial part in the changes in outlook that characterized the modernera.a Anthropomorphismb Freudianismc Futurology

    212. 84) The two games in Philip Larkin's Continuing to Live area chess and pokerb poker and bridgec bridge and chess

    213. 85) Symbolism had an important influence upon

    a imagism

    b confessionalism

    c Victorian poetry

    214. 86) Allen Ginsberg was an inspiration for thea Power movement

    b Solar Power movement

    c Flower Power movement

    215. 87) Which of the following attributes best describes modernism?a elitistb populistc liberal

    216. 88)""In a poem of this sort one is trying to record the precise instant when a thingoutward and objectivetransforms intself into a thing inward and subjective"". Thisstatement refers to"

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    a. ""In A Station of the Metro"""b. ""Sailing to Byzantium"""c. ""Portrait d'une Femme"""

    217. 89)"The drama of the hyacinth girl and her lover in ""The Waste Land"" is enclosed bytwo passages fromthe opera"a. The Magic Fluteb. Fidelioc. Tristan and Isolda