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Literature in english Jamb questions and answers

Literature in english Jamb questions and answers

Who is the author of "Pride and Prejudice"?
a) Charles Dickens
b) Jane Austen
c) Leo Tolstoy
d) F. Scott Fitzgerald

In Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet," which family does Romeo belong to?
a) Capulet
b) Montague
c) Tybalt
d) Mercutio

What literary term is defined as a long, narrative poem that tells the adventures of a hero with superhuman qualities?
a) Sonnet
b) Haiku
c) Epic
d) Ballad

Who wrote the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
a) Mark Twain
b) Harper Lee
c) George Orwell
d) J.K. Rowling

What is the main theme of George Orwell's "1984"?
a) Love conquers all
b) Dystopian society
c) Time travel
d) Family dynamics

Who is the author of the famous play "Macbeth"?
a) William Wordsworth
b) John Milton
c) William Shakespeare
d) Emily Brontë

In "The Great Gatsby," who is known for throwing extravagant parties at his mansion?
a) Jay Gatsby
b) Tom Buchanan
c) Daisy Buchanan
d) Jordan Baker

Which of the following is an example of a tragic hero in literature?
a) Sherlock Holmes
b) Huckleberry Finn
c) Hamlet
d) Cinderella

What literary device involves giving human characteristics to non-human entities or objects?
a) Irony
b) Foreshadowing
c) Alliteration
d) Personification

In "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R. Tolkien, what is the name of the powerful, all-seeing eye associated with the dark lord Sauron?
a) The One Ring
b) The Eye of Mordor
c) The Elvenstar
d) The Nazgûl

Which famous novel begins with the line, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"?
a) "Moby-Dick"
b) "Frankenstein"
c) "A Tale of Two Cities"
d) "The Scarlet Letter"

Who wrote the play "Hamlet"?
a) William Shakespeare
b) Charles Dickens
c) Jane Austen
d) Mark Twain

"Romeo and Juliet" is an example of which literary genre?
a) Tragedy
b) Comedy
c) Epic
d) Romance

In "The Catcher in the Rye," what is the name of the protagonist?
a) Jay Gatsby
b) Holden Caulfield
c) Atticus Finch
d) Scarlett O'Hara

What is the setting of the novel "To Kill a Mockingbird"?
a) New York City
b) Maycomb, Alabama
c) London, England
d) Los Angeles, California

Who wrote "Wuthering Heights"?
a) Emily Brontë
b) Charlotte Brontë
c) Jane Austen
d) George Eliot

Which literary work features a talking rabbit named White Rabbit who leads the protagonist down a rabbit hole?
a) "The Wind in the Willows"
b) "Winnie-the-Pooh"
c) "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"
d) "The Tale of Peter Rabbit"

In the play "Othello" by Shakespeare, who is Iago's main target for manipulation?
a) Othello
b) Desdemona
c) Cassio
d) Roderigo

"Animal Farm" is an allegorical novella written by which author?
a) F. Scott Fitzgerald
b) George Orwell
c) Ernest Hemingway
d) Charles Dickens

What term is used to describe the repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words in a sentence or phrase?
a) Simile
b) Metaphor
c) Alliteration
d) Onomatopoeia


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