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2012年自考“英美文学选读”模拟练习(5)

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  81. Which of the following writings is not created by William Wordsworth?

  A. I wandered Lonely as a Cloud B. Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September3, 1802 C. The Solitary Reaper D. The Chimney Sweeper

  82._______ is regarded as a “worshipper of nature”。

  A. John Keats B. William Blake C. William Wordsworth D. Jane Austen

  83. The tone of literature in “Songs of Experience” by William Blake is _______.

  A. doleful B. lively C. plain D. utter

  84. In his poem “Tyger, Tyger,”William Blake expresses his perception of the“fearful symmetry”of the big cat. The phrase“fearful symmetry”suggests ________.

  A. the tiger‘s two eyes which are dazzlingly bright and symmetrically set B. the poet’s fear of the predator C. the analogy of the hammer and the anvil D. the harmony of the two opposite aspects of God‘s creation

  85. The declaration that “I know that This World is a World of IMAGINATION & Vision,” and that “The Nature of my work is visionary or imaginative” belongs to _______.

  A. William Blake B. William Wordsworth C. Samuel Taylor Coleridge D. George Gordon Byron

  86. In the following writings by William Blake, which marks his entry into maturity?

  A. Songs of innocence B. Songs of Experience C. Marriage of Heaven and Hell D. Milton

  87. The Romantic Movement expressed a more or less _______ attitude toward the existing social and political conditions.

  A. positive B. negative C. neutral D. indifferent

  88. The Romantic Period is an age of poetry. Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats are the major poets. They started a rebellion against the neoclassical literature, which was later regarded as _______.

  A. the poetic romance B. the poetic movement C. the poetic revolution D. the poetic reformation

  89. In the history of literature, Romanticism is generally regarded as _______.

  A. the thought that designates a literary and philosophical theory which tends to see the individual as the very center of all life and all experience B. the thought that designates man as a social animal C. the orientation that emphasizes those features which men have in common D. the modes of thinking

  90. Fielding‘s language is easy and familiar. His sentences are always distinguished by ________.

  A. logic B. rhythm C. powerfulness D. both A and B

  91. “The novel is structured around the discovery of the hero‘s origin.” This novel is most probably ________.

  A. Charles Dickens‘ David Copperfield B. James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man C. Thomas Hardy‘s Far from the Madding Growd D. Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones

  92. In which of the following works can you find the proper names “Lilliput,” “Brobdingnag,” “Houyhnhnm,” and “Yahoo”?

  A. James Joyce‘s Ulysses.

  B. Charles Dickens‘s Bleak House.

  C. Jonathan Swift‘s Gulliver’s Travels.

  D. D. H. Lawrence‘s Women in love.

  93. Crusoe is the hero in Robinson Crusoe by _______.

  A. Jonathan Swift B. Daniel Defoe C. George Eliot D. D. H. Lawrence

  94. The Enlightenment Movement‘s purpose was to enlighten the whole world with the light of modern _______ and artistic ideas.

  A. religious B. political C. areal D. philosophical

  95. The eighteenth-century England is known as the Age of _______.

  A. Romanticism B. Classicism C. Renaissance D. Enlightenment

  96. Daniel Defoe describes _______ as a typical English middle-class man of the 18th century, the very prototype of the empire builder or the pioneer colonist.

  A. Robinson Crusoe B. Moll Flanders C. Gulliver D. Tom Jones

  97. The following comments on Daniel Defoe are right except that _______.

  A. Robinson Crusoe is his first novel B. Robinson Crusoe is universally considered his masterpiece C. he was a member of the upper class D. in his novels, his sympathy for the downtrodden, unfortunate poor is shown

  98._______ is the typical feature of Swift‘s writing.

  A. Elegant style B. Casual narration C. Bitter satire D. Complicated sentence structure

  99. The most important representative work by Jonathan Swift is _______.

  A. a Tale of a Tub B. the Battle of the Books C. A Modest Proposal D. Gulliver‘s Travels

  100.Of all the 18th century novelists, _______ was the first to set out, both in theory and practice, to write specifically a “comic epic in prose”, the first to give the modern novel its structure and style.

  A. Daniel Defoe B. Samuel Johnson C. Oliver Goldsmith D. Henry Fielding

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