1.Which of the following is taken from John Keats＇Ode to a Nightingale?
A."Beauty is truth, truth beauty."
B."Earth has not anything to show more fair."
C."They are both gone up to the church to pray."
D."was it a vision, or a waking dream?"
2.Who is NOT the major character in To the Lighthouse?
3.Virginia Woolf was born in a____
4.The essence of humanism is to ______.
A.restore a medieval reverence for the church
B.avoid the circumstances of earthly life
C.explore the next world in which men could live after death
D.emphasize human qualities
5.Which of the following is a tragedy?
A.Antony and Cleopatra
D.Much ado about Nothing
6.___is the first important governess novel in the English literary history.
7.Which of the following is NOT a tragicomedy?
A.Timon of Athens
C.The winter＇s tale
8.The Victorian Age was largely an age of___ , eminently represented by Dickens and Thackeray.
9."I have no monarch in my life." this was said by___
10.The name of the hero in Jane Eyre was___
11.The poem Ode to a Nightingale was written by___
12.Which of the following is NOT written by Jane Austen?
A.Sense and Sensibility
B.Pride and Prejudice
13.The poem I wandered Lonely as a Cloud was written by ___
14.Virginai Woolf has a____ health.
15.Which of the following is a comedy?
D.The Merry Wives of Windsor
16.Emily Dickinson wrote many short poems on various aspects of life. Which of the following is NOT a usual subject of her poetic expression?
A.Religion and immortality
B.Life and death
C.Love and marriage
D.War and peace
17."This is my letter to the World" is a poetic expression of Emily Dickinson＇s___ about her communication with the outside world.
18.Charles Dickens takes the French Revolution as the background of his novel ______.
B.A Tale of Two Cities
19.Robert Frost won___ Plitzer prices.
20.In Pride and Prejudice, Elizabeth Bennet finds out some weak points about herself in the process of judging others. Which of the following is NOT a weak point of hers?