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As you are looking for the Solved question papers of NET of English subject, here I am uploading a pdf file that contains the same. There are objective types of the questions available. I have taken following questions from the attachment:

1. Jeremy Collier’s A Short View of
the Immorality and Profaneness of
the English Stage attacked among
others.
(A) John Bunyan
(B) Thomas Rhymer
(C) William Congreve
(D) Henry Fielding

2. The Crystal Palace, a key exhibit
of the Great Exhibition, was
designed by
(A) Charles Darwin
(B) Edward Moxon
(C) Joseph Paxton
(D) Richard Owen

3. Influence of the Indian Philosophy
is seen in the writings of
(A) G.B. Shaw
(B) Noel Coward
(C) Tom Stoppard
(D) T.S. Eliot

4. In which of his voyages, Gulliver
discovered mountain-like beings ?
(A) The land of the Lilliputians
(B) The land of the
Brobdingnagians
(C) The land of the Laputans
(D) The land of the
Houyhnhnms

5. Patrick White’s Voss is a novel
about
(A) the sea
(B) the capital market
(C) the landscape
(D) the judicial system

6. Although Nobel Laureate Seamus
Heaney writes in English, in voice
and subject matter, his poems are
(A) Welsh
(B) Scottish
(C) Irish
(D) Polish

7. To whom is Mary Shelley’s
famous work Frankenstein
dedicated ?
(A) Lord Byron
(B) Claire Clairmont
(C) William Godwin
(D) P.B. Shelley

8. Which among the following poems
by Philip Larkin records his
impressions while travelling to
London by train ?
(A) “Aubade”
(B) “Church Going”
(C) “The Whitsun Wedding”
(D) “An Arundel Tomb”

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9. The English satirist who used the
sharp edge of praise to attack his
victims was
(A) Ben Jonson
(B) John Donne
(C) John Dryden
(D) Samuel Butler

10. One of the most famous
movements of direct address to
the reader – “Reader, I married
him” – occurs in
(A) Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones
(B) Charlotte Bronte’s Jane
Eyre
(C) Laurence Sterne’s Tristram
Shandy
(D) George Eliot’s Middlemarch

11. Langland’s Piers Plowman is a
satire on
(A) aristocracy
(B) chivalry
(C) peasantry
(D) clergy

12. Which of the following thinkerconcept
pair is correctly matched ?
(A) I.A. Richards – Archetypal
Criticism
(B) Christopher
Frye
– Mysticism
(C) Jacques
Derrida
– Deconstruction
(D) Terry
Eagleton
– Psychological
Criticism

13. Sexual jealousy is a theme in
Shakespeare’s
(A) The Merchant of Venice
(B) The Tempest
(C) Othello
(D) King Lear

14. The title, The New Criticism,
published in 1941, was written by
(A) Cleanth Brooks
(B) John Crowe Ransom
(C) Robert Penn Warren
(D) Allan Tate

15. Which of the following is not a
Revenge Tragedy ?
(A) The White Devil
(B) The Duchess of Malfi
(C) Doctor Faustus
(D) The Spanish Tragedy

16. Who of the following playwrights
rejects the Aristotelian concept of
tragic play as imitation of reality ?
(A) G.B. Shaw
(B) Arthur Miller
(C) Bertolt Brecht
(D) John Galsworthy

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17. The label ‘Diasporic Writer’ can be
applied to
I. Meena Alexander
II. Arundhati Roy
III. Kiran Desai
IV. Shashi Deshpande

The correct combination for the
statement, according to the code, is
(A) I and IV are correct.
(B) II and III are correct.
(C) I, II and IV are correct.
(D) I and III are correct.

18. The letter ‘A’ in The Scarlet Letter
stands for
I. Adultery
II. Able
III. Angel
IV. Appetite

The correct combination for the
statement, according to the code, is
(A) I and II are correct.
(B) II and III are correct.
(C) I, II and IV are correct.
(D) I, II and III are correct.

19. A monosyllabic rhyme on the final
stressed syllable of two lines of
verse is called
(A) monorhyme
(B) feminine rhyme
(C) masculine rhyme
(D) eye rhyme

20. A fatwa was issued in Salman
Rushdie’s name following the
publication of :
(A) Midnight’s Children
(B) Shame
(C) Satanic Verses
(D) Grimus

21. “There is nothing outside the text”
is a key statement emanating from
(A) Feminism
(B) New Historicism
(C) Deconstruction
(D) Structuralism

22. The Augustan Age is called so
because
(A) King Augustus ruled over
England during this period
(B) The English writers imitated
the Roman writers during
this period
(C) The English King was born
in the month of August
(D) This was an age of
Sensibility

23. One of the important texts of
Angry Young Man Movement is
(A) Time’s Arrow by Martin
Amis
(B) A Portrait of the Artist as a
Young Man by James Joyce
(C) Lucky Jim by Kingsley
Amis
(D) The French Lieutenant’s
Woman by John Fowles

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24. Whom does Alexander Pope
satirise in the portrait of Sporus ?
(A) Lady Wortley Montague
(B) Joseph Addison
(C) Lord Shaftsbury
(D) Lord Harvey

25. The hero of Marlowe’s
Tamburlaine was born as a
(A) carpenter
(B) goldsmith
(C) shepherd
(D) fisherman

26. In a letter to his brother George in
September 1819, John Keats had
this to say about a fellow romantic
poet : “He describes what he sees –
I describe what I imagine – Mine is
the hardest task.” The poet under
reference is
(A) Wordsworth
(B) Coleridge
(C) Byron
(D) Southey

27. A sequence of repeated
consonantal sounds in a stretch of
language is
(A) alliteration
(B) acrostic
(C) assent
(D) syllable

28. Reformation was predominantly a
movement in
(A) politics
(B) literature
(C) religion
(D) education

29. The motto “only connect” is taken
from
(A) Joseph Conrad’s Nostromo
(B) Rudyard Kipling’s Kim
(C) H.G. Wells’ The History of
Mr. Polly
(D) E.M. Forster’s Howards
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30. English Iambic Pentameter was
brought to its first maturity in
(A) sonnet
(B) dramatic verse
(C) lyric
(D) elegy

31. Who among the following was not
a member of the Bloomsbury
Group ?
(A) Lytton Strachey
(B) Clive Bell
(C) E.M. Forster
(D) Winston Churchill

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You are looking for NET exam English subject model question paper, here I am giving:

1. Where Sir Thomas Wyatt adapted
Petrarch and Petrarchanism to
English sounds and metres, Survey’s
verse tends to look back beyond
Petrarch to the
(A) French verse
(B) Italian verse
(C) Spanish verse
(D) Latin verse

2. Here are some characteristics of
Morality Plays :
1. They are dramatized allegories
of the life of man.
2. They depict man’s temptation
and sinning, his quest for
salvation and his confrontation
with Death.
3. Though the hero represents
Mankind, the other characters
are by no means
personifications, of virtues,
vices and death.
4. A character known as the Vice
often plays the role of the hero,
a predecessor of the Villainhero
in Elizabethan drama.
Find the correct combination
according to the code :
(A) Only 1 and 2 are correct.
(B) Only 1 and 3 are correct.
(C) Only 1 and 4 are correct.
(D) Only 2 and 3 are correct.

3. In Spenser’s Re Faerie Queene there
are the allegorized moral and
religious virtues with their
counterparts in the vices. Identify the
correctly matched set :
(A) Una – Truth
Guyon – Temperance
Duessa – Deceit
Orgoglio – Pride
(B) Una – Pride
Guyon – Deceit
Duessa – Temperance
Orgoglio – Truth
(C) Una – Deceit
Guyon – Pride
Duessa – Temperance
Orgoglio – Truth
(D) Una – Temperance
Guyon – Truth
Duessa – Pride
Orgoglio – Deceit

4. “Fop at the toilet, flatt’rer at the
board
Now trips a lady, a now struts a
lord.”
The above lines are quoted from
(A) McFlecknoc
(B) The Rape of the Lock
(C) Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot
(D) Absalom and Achitrphel


5. Which of the following arrangements is
in the correct chronological sequence ?
(A) Every Man in His Humour
The Shoemaker’s Holiday
Antonio’s Revenge
The Changeling
(B) The Shoemaker’s Holiday
Every Man in his Humour
The Changeling
Antonia’s Revenge
(C) The Changeling
Antonio’s Revenge
Every Man in His Humour
The Shoemaker’s Holiday
(D) Antonio’s Revenge
Every Man in His Humour
The Changeling
The Shoemaker’s Holiday

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