Please send to me answers if someone knows regarding following questions.

Q1: what is the old English epic beowulf about?

Ans: epic legends of beowulf

Q2: who introduced MBK pentameter into English poetry

Ans: chaucer 

Q3:which three forms of English poetry flourished during the elizabethan age of English literature?

Ans: sonnets blank verse 

Q4: name the poet who composed the narrative poem The faerie queene? 

Ans: spenser 

Q5: who  introduced the literary technique of blank  verse into English poetry?

Ans: earl of surrey

Q6:who described the unfulfilled lives of common people in elegy written in country which churched yard 1751.

Ans: jst forgot

Q7:which two romantic poets did jointly produce a  volume of titled lyrical ballads in 1798 

Ans: wordsworth and coleridge 

Q8: in which year did John Keats compose ode o Grecian urn and ode to Nightingale. When ge was 18 may be year 1815

9: name the two novels  in which charles Dickens described the lives of children made miserable by cruel or thoughtless adults?

Jst forgot 

Q10:name the literary technique that Virginia woolf introduced in her novels to reveal the inner thoughts of her characters?

Stream of consciousness

a. Lord Byron wrote Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte which was written in 1814, after Napoleon’s abdication of the ‘throne of the world’ when he was on the island of Elba.

b.  Keats is referred to as Adonais in Shelley is elegy.

c. The pen-name of Charles Lamb is Elia.

d. Romantic age is given the term the Return to nature because their concern with nature and natural surroundings.

e. Sir Walter Scott is known as historical novelist of modern period. His two notable works are The Heart of Midlothian and The Bride of Lammermoor.

f. The famous Lyrical Ballads contained poems of both Wordsworth and Coleridge.

g. Shelley was expelled from the University of Oxford as a result of his revolutionary attitude.

h. John Keats died at the age of 26 in 1821.

i. Byron made him famous overnight by his poem Child Harold Pilgrimage.

j.  Keats was greatly influenced by Milton ‘s style and manner.

k. The phrase willing suspensions of disbelief is associated with Coleridge.

l.   Keats wrote ‘a thing of beauty is joy for ever’.

m.  The greatest of Shelley’s lyrics the Ode to the West Wind , combines with highest degree of this imaginative quality the other two qualities are personal despondency and prophetic passion.

n. Frost at Midnight (1798) a meditative poem was written by Coleridge.

o. Shelley’s O World! O life! O time is a lyric.

p.  “The desire of the moth for the star, of the night for the morrow ,   the devotion to something a far? From the sphere of our borrow” – Shelley.

q. John Keats (1795 – 1821)’s tombstone  contains this epigraph “here lies on whose name was writ in water. (Suggesting his own epitaph, and recalling a line from Philaster (1609?) by Beaumont and Fletcher).

r.  A satire by Shelley – Masque of Anarchy

A novel by Leigh Heart – Sir Relph Esher

A tragedy by Coleridge – Remorse.

s. Hazlitt was a painter (one painting is still in the national Potrait Gallery), an author and an essayist.

t.  Keat’s Isabella deals with the murder of a lady ‘s lover by her two wicked brothers.

u. Keats Endymion (1818) is based on Drayton’s The man in the Moon and Fletcher’s The faithful Shepherdess.

v. “Man is born free, but alas, he is everywhere in chains – what the imagination seizes as beauty must be truth-It is strange but true; for truth is always strange; stranger than fiction” – Byron.

w. Although American drama of the 19th century usually followed European models, its subject matter often came from specifically American situations.

x. Hell is a city much like London – Shelley.

y. Pity would be no more, if we did not make somebody poor – Blake.

z. In 1740 Samuel Richardson published his novel Pamela. Fielding saw that it would be amusing to burlesque this novel by writing in a similar manner about a hero instead of about a heroine, and to upset Richardson’s prudential system of morality. Thus Fielding wrote Joseph Andrews in 1742. It ran far beyond its original design of being a burlesque, and became a novel of life and manners.

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