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Yes sure, here I am uploading a pdf file having the Solved question papers of SET (Maharashtra) of English subject, you can use this question paper in your studies. I have taken following questions from the attachment:

1. The phrase “Fair is foul” is associated
with :
(A) The Alchemist
(B) Macbeth
(C) The Malcontent
(D) The Broken Heart

2. Helen appears in :
(A) Dr Faustus
(B) The Spanish Tragedy
(C) Women Beware Women
(D) The Duchess of Malfi

3. Ferdinand is a character in :
(A) The Tempest
(B) The White Devil
(C) A Women Killed with Kindness
(D) A New Way to Pay Old Debts

4. Chaucer’s pilgrims were going to the
shrine of :
(A) St. Thomas * Beckett
(B) St. Peter
(C) St. Michael
(D) St. George

5. “To His Coy Mistress” is by :
(A) Donne
(B) Quarles
(C) Herbert
(D) Marvell

6. Dryden’s An Essay of Dramatic Poesy
was first published in :
(A) 1582
(B) 1668
(C) 1821
(D) 1764

7. Which of the following works by
Milton is an elegy ?
(A) Samson Agonistes
(B) Lycidas
(C) Paradise Regained
(D) Il Penseroso

8. Which of the following works was
written by Bacon ?
(A) The Anatomy of Melancholy
(B) The Advancement of Learning
(C) Utopia
(D) The Courtier

9. Ben Jonson is known for :
(A) The comedy of manners
(B) The comedy of humours
(C) Sentimental comedy
(D) Pastoral comedy

10. The Yahoos feature in :
(A) The Marriage of Heaven and
(B) Gulliver’s Travels
(C) A Journal of the Plague Year
(D) The Vicar of Wakefield

11. Which one of the following poets
wrote in an antique vocabulary
going back three centuries ?
(A) Blake
(B) Cowper
(C) Gray
(D) Chatterton

12. Which of the following poets wrote
in the Scottish Dialect ?
(A) Sir Walter Scott
(B) Robert Burns
(C) William Blake
(D) George Crabbe

13. “The Vanity of Human Wishes” is
by :
(A) Thackeray
(B) Fielding
(C) Johnson
(D) Goldsmith

14. Pope’s Satires and Epistles are
imitations of :
(A) Horace
(B) Virgil
(C) Homer
(D) Juvenal

15. Which of the following works is NOT
by Jane Austen ?
(A) Sense and Sensibility
(B) Northanger Abbey
(C) Rebecca
(D) Emma

16. The Biblical character that figures
in Keats’s “Ode to a Nightingale”
is :
(A) Ahab
(B) Susanna
(C) Ruth
(D) Mary Magdalene

17. Which of the following is an
autobiographical poem ?
(A) ‘The Rime of the Ancient
(B) ‘The Eve of St. Agnes’
(C) The Prelude
(D) Don Juan

18. “Ode To The West Wind” was
written by :
(A) Shelley
(B) Keats
(C) Byron
(D) Southey

19. Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria is
a reply to :
(A) Shelley’s Defence of Poetry
(B) Lamb’s Tales From Shakespeare
(C) Wordsworth’s ‘Preface’ to The
Lyrical Ballads
(D) Johnson’s Preface to

20. The title Far From The Madding
Crowd is taken from :
(A) Pope’s Rape of the Lock
(B) Gray’s ‘Elegy Written in a
Country Churchyard’
(C) Dryden’s Religio Laici
(D) Cowper’s The Task

21. Which of the following works is NOT
by Gerard Manley Hopkins ?
(A) The Dynasts
(B) “God’s Grandeur”
(C) “Pied Beauty”
(D) “Felix Randal”

22. “Poetry is a criticism of life”, says :
(A) Philip Sidney
(B) Matthew Arnold
(C) Willian Wordsworth
(D) S.T. Coleridge

23. Michael Henchard is a character
in :
(A) Richardson’s Clarissa
(B) Fanny Burney’s Evelina
(C) Hardy’s The Mayor of
(D) George Eliot’s Middlemarch

24. “Porphyria’s Lover” by Robert
Browning is :
(A) an ode
(B) a ballad
(C) a dramatic monologue
(D) an elegy

25. Auden’s “Musée des Beaux Arts”
contains a reference to the legend
of :
(A) Hercules
(B) Icarus
(C) Atlas
(D) Oedipus

26. “The best lack all conviction, while the worst
Are full of passionate intensity”
occurs in a poem by :
(A) Ezra Pound
(B) W.B. Yeats
(C) W.H. Auden
(D) T.S. Eliot

27. “Little Gidding” forms a part of :
(A) The Prelude
(B) Don Juan
(C) Four Quartets
(D) Caliban Upon Setebos

28. The term “epiphany” is particularly
associated with :
(A) Charles Dickens
(B) Theodore Dreiser
(C) James Joyce
(D) Margaret Mitchell

29. “In the room the women come and go
Talking of Michelangelo” is
from :
(A) The Waste Land
(B) “The Love Song of J. Alfred
(C) “The Hollow Men”
(D) “The Journey of the Magi”

30. Crow is a book of poems by :
(A) Ted Hughes
(B) Philip Larkin
(C) e e cummings
(D) Kingsley Amis

31. Which of the following is NOT a
dystopia ?
(A) Animal Farm
(B) Brave New World
(C) 1984
(D) The Way of All Flesh

32. Which of the following playwrights
has reworked material from Hamlet
in one of his plays ?
(A) Tom Stoppard
(B) John Whiting
(C) Terence Rattigan
(D) Christopher Fry

33. William Golding is the author of :
(A) The Coral Island
(B) Lucky Jim
(C) The Inheritors
(D) After the Fall

34. The author of Clockwork Orange is :
(A) Doris Lessing
(B) Anthony Burgess
(C) Iris Murdoch
(D) Angela Carter

35. The title Midnight’s Children relates
to :
(A) 1857
(B) 1947
(C) 1965
(D) 1971

36. Celie is a character in Alice
Walker’s :
(A) The Colour Purple
(B) The Third Life of Grant
(C) The Temple of My Familiars
(D) Meridian

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