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1. To refer to the unresolvable difficulties
a text may open up, Derrida makes use
of the term :
(A) aporia
(B) difference
(C) erasure
(D) supplement
2. Who, among the following English
playwrights, scripted the film
Shakespeare in Love ?
(A) Harold Pinter
(B) Alan Bennett
(C) Caryl Churchill
(D) Tom Stoppard
3. Arrange the following in the
chronological order :
1. Mary Wollstonecraft’s
Vindication of the
Rights of Women
2. Lyrical Ballads
3. French Revolution
4. Percy’s Reliques of Ancient
English Poetry
(A) 4, 3, 1, 2
(B) 3, 2, 1, 2
(C) 1, 2, 4, 3
(D) 2, 1, 3, 4
4. Which of the following employs a
narrative structure in which the main
action is relayed at second hand
through an enclosing frame story ?
(A) Sons and Lovers
(B) Ulysses
(C) The Power and the Glory
(D) Heart of Darkness
5. The Irish Dramatic Movement was
heralded by such figures as
(A) W. B. Yeats, Lady Gregory
and Edward Martyn
(B) Jonathan Swift and his
contemporaries
(C) H. Drummond, Edward
Irving and John Ervine
(D) Oscar Wilde and his
contemporaries
6. Which poem by Chaucer was written
on the death of Blanche, Wife of John
of Gaunt ?
(A) Troilus and Criseyde
(B) The House of Fame
(C) The Book of Duchess
(D) The Legend of Good Women
7. The Tragedy of Ferrex and Porrex is
the other title of
(A) Gorboduc
(B) Ralph Roister Doister
(C) Damon and Pythias
(D) Lamentable Tragedy
8. Who of the following poets is
Australian ?
(A) Austin Clarke
(B) Judith Wright
(C) Edwin Muir
(D) Derek Walcott

9. “He found it [English] brick and left it
marble”, remarked one great writer on
another. Who were they ?
(A) Milton on Shakespeare
(B) Dryden on Milton
(C) Johnson on Dryden
(D) Jonson on Shakespeare
10. Who, among the following, is a Nobel
Laureate ?
(A) Tony Morrison
(B) Seamus Heaney
(C) Ted Hughes
(D) Geoffrey Hill
11. List – I List – II
I. “Because I
could not stop
for death…”
a. Robert
Frost
II. “O Captain !
My Captain!”
b. William
Carlos
Williams
III. “Two roads
diverged in a
wood….”
c. Emily
Dickinson
IV. “So much depends
/upon”
d. Walt
Whitman
The correctly matched series would be :
(A) I-d; II-c; III-b; IV-a
(B) I-a; II-b; III-c; IV-d
(C) I-b; II-a; III-d; IV-c
(D) I-c; II-d; III-a; IV-b
12. The predominant tone and thrust of
Jonathan Swift’s “A Modest Proposal”
are
(A) comic
(B) solemn
(C) hortatory
(D) irony
13. I sit in one of the dives
On Fifty Second Street,
Uncertain and afraid
As the clever hopes expire
Of a low dishonest decade.
So begins Auden’s “September 1,
1939”. What is the meaning of the
word in italics ?
(A) bench
(B) night club
(C) house
(D) park
14. C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards were
reputed in the 1930s for introducing
(A) Practical Criticism
(B) New Criticism
(C) Standard English Project
(D) Basic English Project
15. In which of the following works does
Mrs. Malaprop appear ?
(A) The Rivals
(B) She Stoops to Conquer
(C) The Mysteries of Udolpho
(D) The Way of the World
16. Which of the following statements about
Christopher Marlowe are true ?
I. Edward II was written in the last
year of Marlowe’s life.
II. Many critics consider Doctor
Faustus to be Marlowe’s best
play.
III. His Spanish Tragedy comes a
close second.
IV. Marlowe was less educated than
Shakespeare.
(A) I and II are true.
(B) II and III are true.
(C) II and IV are true.
(D) III and IV are true.

17. “Art for Art’s Sake” became a rallying
cry for
(A) the Aesthetes
(B) the Symbolists
(C) the Imagists
(D) the Art Noveau School
18. Confessions of an English Opium
Eater is a literary work by
(A) S. T. Coleridge
(B) P. B. Shelley
(C) Thomas De Quincey
(D) Lord Byron
19. Which of the following statements about
The Canterbury Tales is true ?
(A) “The General Prologue’ is
appended to The Canterbury
Tales.
(B) In all, Chaucer tells thirty tales
in this work.
(C) The Canterbury Tales remained
unfinished at the time of its
author’s death.
(D) The Wife of Bath, The Clerk, Sir
Gawain and The Franklin are
characters and tale-tellers in this
work.
20. Who, among the following, was a
Catholic novelist, an Intelligence
Officer, a film critic and set his
fictions in far-away places wrecked by
political conflicts ?
(A) Anthony Powell
(B) Evelyn Waugh
(C) William Golding
(D) Graham Greene
21. List – I List – II
1. Good sense is
the body of
poetic genius
I. Brooks, “The
Formalist
Critic”
2. Poetry is the
breath and a
finer spirit of
all knowledge.
II. Sidney,
Defence/ An
Apology for
Poetry
3. Literary
criticism is a
description
and evaluation
of its object
III. Wordsworth,
Preface
to Lyrical
Ballads
4. Nature never
set forth the
earth in as rich
a tapestry as
diverse poets
have done
IV. Coleridge,
Biographia
Literaria
1 2 3 4
(A) IV III I II
(B) II IV III I
(C) III II I IV
(D) IV II I III
22. In which of the following travel books
does Mark Twain give an account of
his visit to India ?
(A) A Tramp Abroad
(B) Roughing It
(C) The Innocents Abroad
(D) Following the Equator
23. William Blake’s famous poems such
as “London”, “The Sick Rose”, and
“The Tyger” appear in
(A) Songs of Innocence
(B) Songs of Experience
(C) The Marriage of Heaven and
Hell
(D) Vision of the Daughters of
Albion

24. Who among the following English
artists illustrated the novels of Dickens
and Scott ?
(A) Richard Hogarth
(B) Joshua Reynolds
(C) George Cruishank
(D) John Tennial
25. The last of Gulliver’s Travels is to
(A) The Land of the Houyhnhnms
(B) The Land of Homosapiens
(C) The Land of the Hurricanes
(D) The Newfound Land
26. Madam Merle is a character in
(A) The Great Gatsby
(B) The Portrait of a Lady
(C) The Jungle
(D) The Heart is a Lonely Hunter
27. In which of the following scenes of
The Waste Land do we have a
departure from Standard English ?
(A) The typist scene
(B) The pub scene
(C) The hyacinth garden scene
(D) The Chapel Perilous scene
28. The words “If it were done when tis
done, then twere well / It were done
quickly…” are uttered by
(A) Hamlet
(B) Lear
(C) Othello
(D) Macbeth
29. John Dryden’s Absalom and
Achotophel a
(A) religious tract
(B) political allegory
(C) comic verse epic
(D) comedy
30. The term ‘the comedy of menace’ is
associated with the early plays of
(A) Arnold Wesker
(B) John Arden
(C) Harold Pinter
(D) David Hare
31. Examine the following statements and
identify one of them which is not true.
(A) Rudyard Kipling died in the year
1936.
(B) He was born in India but
schooled in England.
(C) He returned to India as a police
constable in Burma.
(D) He is the author of Jungle Book
and Barrack Room Ballads.
32. What is the correct combination of the
following ?
I. Balachandra
Rajan
a. The Tamarind
Tree
II. R. K.
Narayan
b. The Coffer
Dams
III. Kamala
Markandaya
c. The Dark
Dancer
IV. Romen
Basu
d. The Dark Room
(A) I – c; II – d; III – b; IV – b
(B) I – d; II – a; III – b; IV – c
(C) I – c; II – a; III – d; IV – b
(D) I – d; II – c; III – a; IV – b
33. Name the poet who chooses his
successor and the successor-poet
whom Dryden satirises in his famous
poem.
(A) James Shirley and Chris Shirley
(B) Henry Treece and Charles
Triesten
(C) Richard Flecknoe and Thomas
Shadwell
(D) Thomas Percy and Samuel Pepys

34. “If______ comes, can_______ be far
behind ?” (Shelley, “Ode to the West
Wind”)
(A) winter, spring
(B) autumn, summer
(C) wind, rains
(D) spring, winter
35. The following passages are the very
first lines of well-known works. Match
the lines and the works :
I. Let us go then, you and I…..
II. Call me Ishmael…..
III. When shall we three meet again ?
IV. He disappeared in the dead of
winter
V. I wish either….begot me …..
a. Moby Dick
b. Macbeth
c. “The Love Song of J. Alfred
Prufrock”
d. Tristram Shandy
e. “In Memory of W. B. Yeats”
(A) I-c; II-a; III-b; IV-e; V-d
(B) I-e; II-b; III-a; IV-c; V-d
(C) I-b; II-a; III-d; IV-e; V-c
(D) I-b; II-e; III-d; IV-c; V-a
36. Which of the following is not a
revenge tragedy ?
(A) Hamlet
(B) The Duchess of Malfi
(C) Volpone
(D) Gorboduc
37. What is a neologism ?
(A) A word with roots in a native
language
(B) A word whose meaning changes
with every renewed use
(C) A word newly coined or used in
a new sense
(D) An obsession with new words
and phrases
38. Which of the following is not true of
Edward Said’s Orientalism ?
(A) Makes use of Foucault’s concept
of discursive formulation
(B) Is one of the founding texts of
Postcolonial theory
(C) Makes use of Barthes’s concept
of writerly text
(D) Utilises the Gramscian notion of
hegemony
39. Thomas Love Peacock classified
poetry into 4 periods. They are :
(A) carbon, gold, silver and brass
(B) brass, silver, gold and diamond
(C) iron, gold, silver and brass
(D) gold, platinum, silver and
diamond
40. Which among the following novels has
more than one ending ?
(A) Lucky Jim
(B) The Prime of Jean Brodie
(C) The French Lieutenant’s Woman
(D) The Clockwork Orange
41. “You have seen how a man was made
a slave; you shall see how a slave was
made a man” is an example of
(A) Bathos
(B) Epistrophe
(C) Chiasmus
(D) Anti-climax

42. Which of the following statements is
NOT correct ?
(A) Chaucer used the rhyme royal, a
stanzaic form in some of his
major poems.
(B) Chaucer was the author of The
Legend of Good Women.
(C) Chaucer wrote in English when
the court poetry of his day was
written in Anglo-Norman and
Latin.
(D) Chaucer wrote The Book Named
the Governor
43. Material feminism studies inequality
in terms of
(A) only gender
(B) only class
(C) both class and gender
(D) only patriarchy
44. Who among the following is not an
Irish writer ?
(A) Oscar Wilde
(B) Oliver Goldsmith
(C) Edmund Burke
(D) Thomas Gray
45. Entries in The Diary of Samuel Pepys
begins after
(A) The Restoration
(B) The Glorious Revolution
(C) The Reformation
(D) The French Revolution
46. In a poem, a line may either be endstopped
or
(A) rhymed
(B) broken
(C) accented
(D) run-on
47. Which of the following poets
wrote the essay “Naipaul’s India and
Mine” ?
(A) Kamala Das
(B) R. Parthasarthy
(C) A. K. Ramanujam
(D) Nissim Ezekiel
48. Match the following :
I. James Joyce 1. Peter
Ackroyd
II. T. S. Eliot 2. James
Boswell
III. Life of 3. Samuel
Johnson Johnson
IV. Lives of 4. Richard
Poets Ellman
(A) I-3, II-4, III-1, IV-2
(B) I-4, II-1, III-2, IV-3
(C) I-1, II-2, III-3, IV-4
(D) I-2, II-3, III-1, IV-4
49. “The pen is mightier than the sword”
is an example of
(A) simile
(B) image
(C) conceit
(D) metonymy
50. An epilogue is
(A) prefixed to a text which it
introduces.
(B) suffixed to a text which it sums
up or extends.
(C) a piece of writing or speech that
formally begins a book.
(D) a piece of writing or speech that
bears no relation to the text at
hand.

1. Poems Descriptive of Rural Life and
Scenery is written by
(A) William Wordsworth
(B) Robert Southey
(C) John Clare
(D) Thomas Gray
2. Hemingway’s novel A Farewell to
Arms is divided into
(A) two books
(B) three books
(C) four books
(D) five books
3. “Panopticism” is the title of a
chapter in a well-known book by
(A) Roman Jakobson
(B) Jacques Lacan
(C) Michel Foucault
(D) Jacques Derrida
4. The lines, “She was a worthy
woman al hir lyve:/ Housbondes at
cherche dore she hadde five”, are an
example of
(A) blank verse
(B) clerihew
(C) heroic couplet
(D) free verse
5. Who, among the following women
writers, famously imagined the
plight of Shakespeare’s sister ?
(A) George Eliot
(B) Virginia Woolf
(C) Irish Murdoch
(D) Frances Burney
6. Read the following statement and
the reason given for it. Choose the
right response.
Assertion (A) : Dickens’s novels
are called ‘Newgate Novels’.
Reason (R) : They are called so,
because Dickens adulates in
these novels the careers and
adventures of criminals.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and
(R) is the correct explanation.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but
(R) is not the correct
explanation.
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
7. Who among the following writers
does not belong to the group, the
University Wits ?
(A) John Lyly
(B) Thomas Nashe
(C) George Peele
(D) Thomas Kyd

8. Which of the following characters of
Webster’s The White Devil utters the
memorable words :
Oft gay and honour’d robes those
tortures try :
We think cag’d birds sing, when
indeed they cry.
(A) Vittoria Corombona
(B) Bracciano
(C) The Cardinal
(D) Flamineo
9. “All great literature is, at bottom, a
criticism of life” – this statement is
attributed to
(A) Thomas Carlyle
(B) Matthew Arnold
(C) J.S. Mill
(D) John Ruskin
10. Who amongst the following is not a
Jewish-American novelist ?
(A) J.D. Salinger
(B) Henry Greene
(C) William Faulkner
(D) Philip Roth
11. Which among the following plays
by Christopher Marlowe has epic
features ?
(A) Doctor Faustus
(B) Edward II
(C) Hero and Leander
(D) Tamburlaine
12. Sir Fopling is a character in
(A) Wycherley’s The Plain Dealer
(B) Congreve’s The Way of the
World
(C) Etherege’s The Man of Mode
(D) Davenant’s The Platonick
Lovers
13. Who famously said, “Three or four
families in a Country Village is the
very thing to work on” ?
(A) Clara Reeve
(B) Maria Edgeworth
(C) Frances Burney
(D) Jane Austen
14. Ikemefuna is a character in the novel
(A) When Rain Clouds Gather
(B) The Mimic Men
(C) Things Fall Apart
(D) The Interpreters
15. A foot consisting of a strong syllable
followed by a weak syllable is called
(A) Trochee
(B) Iambic
(C) Spondee
(D) Terza Rima
16. What is it that Chaucer focuses on in
the depiction of the Wife of Bath in
The Canterbury Tales ?
(A) Meekness
(B) Defiance
(C) Chastity
(D) Experience

17. Put the following books of Pope in a
sequence of publication. Answer the
question with the help of the Code
given below :
(i) The Dunciad
(ii) The Rape of the Lock
(iii) An Essay on Man
(iv) An Essay on Criticism
Code :
(A) (ii), (iii), (i), (iv)
(B) (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
(C) (iv), (ii), (i), (iii)
(D) (ii), (i), (iv), (iii)
18. Dinah Morris is a character in
George Eliot’s novel
(A) Middlemarch
(B) Silas Marner
(C) Daniel Deronda
(D) Adam Bede
19. The Booker Prize is awarded by a
panel of judges to the best novel by
a citizen of
(A) the United Kingdom
(B) the British Commonwealth or
the Republic of Ireland
(C) the United Kingdom or the
British Commonwealth
(D) the United Kingdom or the
British Commonwealth or the
Republic of Ireland
20. A ‘curtal sonnet’ consists of
(A) 11 lines (B) 12 lines
(C) 13 lines (D) 14 lines
21. The Unfortunate Traveller has been
authored by
(A) Robert Greene
(B) Thomas Deloney
(C) Thomas Nashe
(D) Thomas Lodge
22. Who, among the following, is not a
practitioner of Jacobean tragedy ?
(A) George Villiers
(B) John Marston
(C) John Webster
(D) Thomas Middleton
23. The author of Nation and Narration
is
(A) Edward Said
(B) Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak
(C) Frantz Fanon
(D) Homi Bhabha
24. Which of the following novels has a
great impact on the formal
experimentation in contemporary
fiction ?
(A) Thomas Nashe’s The
Unfortunate Traveller
(B) Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones
(C) Laurence Sterne’s Tristram
Shandy
(D) Samuel Richardson’s Pamela
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25. The phrase ‘Only Connect’ is
associated with
(A) D. H. Lawrence
(B) James Joyce
(C) E. M. Forster
(D) Virginia Woolf
26. Which of the following books is by
Margaret Atwood ?
(A) The Stone Angel
(B) No Fixed Address
(C) The Edible Woman
(D) Halfbreed
27. The expression “murderous
innocence” is an example of
(A) Oxymoron
(B) Zeugma
(C) Chiasmus
(D) Pun
28. Read the following statement and
the reason given for it. Choose the
right response :
Assertion (A) : Othello killed
Desdemona.
Reason (R) : Because Desdemona
committed infidelity.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true and
(R) is the correct explanation.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but
(R) is not the correct
explanation.
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.
29. The Enlightenment believed in the
universal authority of
(A) Religion
(B) Tradition
(C) Reason
(D) Sentiments
30. Which of the following works of
John Milton is an elegy ?
(A) Lycidas
(B) L’Allegro
(C) Camus
(D) Paradise Lost
31. Which of the following poem by
Keats uses the Spenserian stanza ?
(A) Endymion
(B) The Fall of Hyperion
(C) The Eve of St. Agnes
(D) Lamia
32. Match the following authors with
their respective works with the help
of the code given below :
List – I List – II
I. Oliver
Goldsmith
1. The Vanity of
Human
Wishes
II. John Gay 2. The Vicar of
Wakefield
III. Samuel
Johnson
3. She Stoops to
Conquer
IV. Richard
Sheridan
4. The Beggar’s
Opera
Code :
I II III IV
(A) 1 4 3 2
(B) 2 4 1 3
(C) 3 2 4 1
(D) 4 3 2 1

33. The term “egotistical sublime” was
coined by
(A) S.T. Coleridge
(B) John Keats
(C) William Wordsworth
(D) William Hazlitt
34. Put the following novels of George
Eliot in a sequential order. Answer
the question with the help of the
code :
(i) Middlemarch
(ii) Daniel Deronda
(iii) Felix Holt, the Radical
(iv) Romola
Code :
(A) (i), (iii), (iv), (ii)
(B) (ii), (i), (iii), (iv)
(C) (iv), (iii), (i), (ii)
(D) (iv), (i), (iii), (ii)
35. Who, among the following writers,
is known for his unforgettable sense
of humour and comedy ?
(A) D.H. Lawrence
(B) P.G. Wodehouse
(C) Thomas Hardy
(D) John Galsworthy
36. Which of the following is not an
apocalyptic novel ?
(A) Doris Lessing’s The Four-
Gated City
(B) L.P. Hartley’s Facial Justice
(C) Anthony Burgess’s The
Wanting Seed
(D) V.S. Naipaul’s A House for
Mr Biswas
37. Identify the author of the following
lines :
Let sea-discoverers to new worlds
have gone,
Let Maps to other, worlds on worlds
have shown
Let us possess one world, each hath
one, and is one.
(A) Shakespeare
(B) George Herbert
(C) John Donne
(D) Henry Vaughan
38. In the summer of 1712, The
Spectator published a series of
essays on “The Pleasures of
Imagination,” written by
(A) Richard Steele
(B) John Dennis
(C) John Locke
(D) Joseph Addison
39. Read the following statement and
the reason given for it. Choose the
right response.
Assertion (A) : Gulliver’s Travels
earned Jonathan Swift the bad
name of being a misanthrope.
Reason (R) : Swift in the novel
was neutral to the image of
man.
(A) Both (A) and (R) are true, and
(R) is the correct explanation.
(B) Both (A) and (R) are true, but
(R) is not the correct
explanation.
(C) (A) is true, but (R) is false.
(D) (A) is false, but (R) is true.

40. Who, amongst the following, does
not belong to the ‘Great Tradition’,
enunciated by F. R. Leavis ?
(A) Joseph Conrad
(B) James Joyce
(C) Jane Austen
(D) George Eliot
41. Isaac Bashevis Singer is an
(A) African-American writer
(B) American-Jewish writer
(C) American-Indian writer
(D) American-Asian writer
42. Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot
has
(A) three Acts (B) five Acts
(C) four Acts (D) two Acts
43. James Joyce’s Exiles is a
(A) Short Story (B) Poem
(C) Play (D) Novel
44. “It was a bright cold day in April
and the clocks were striking
thirteen" – is the opening sentence
of
(A) Ulysses
(B) Nostromo
(C) Chrome Yellow
(D) Nineteen Eighty-Four
45. The subtitle of William Godwin’s
Caleb Williams is
(A) Man As He Is Not
(B) Man As He Is
(C) Things As They Are
(D) The Pupil of Nature
46. Who amongst the following belongs
to the group of radical feminists ?
(A) Helene Cixous
(B) Monica Wittig
(C) Simone de Beauvoir
(D) Luce Irigaray
47. “On the Knocking at the Gate in
Macbeth” is a longer essay by
(A) G. Wilson Knight
(B) A. C. Bradley
(C) Thomas De Quincey
(D) F. R. Leavis
48. The expression, “dreaming house” is
an example of
(A) Zeugma
(B) Transferred epithet
(C) Chiasmus
(D) Apostrophe
49. The term ‘Practical Criticism’ is
coined by
(A) William Empson
(B) W. K. Wimsatt, Jr.
(C) I.A. Richards
(D) F. R. Leavis
50. Victor Shklovsky’s name is
associated with
(A) Post-modernism
(B) New Historicism
(C) Reader Response Theory
(D) Russian Formalism


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Will you please give previous year question papers of English Literature for University Grants Commission NET Exam?
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Here you want question papers of University Grants Commission NET Exam for English Literature, so I am giving following papers here:

UGC NET English Literature Question Paper 2014 (Paper II)

1. Two of the following list are “Angry Young Men” of the 1950’s British literary scene.
I. John Osborne II. C.P. Snow
III. Anthony Powell IV. Kingsley Amis
The right combination, according to the code
(A) I & II (B) II & IV
(C) I & IV (D) I & III

2. Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy contains
(A) Six volumes (B) Nine volumes
(C) Ten volumes (D) Four volumes

3. Which of the following statement is NOT true of Areopagitica ?
(A) It was published in 1644.
(B) It argues for the liberty of Unlicensed Printing.
(C) It pleads for British privileges regarding Free Trade.
(D) It is a speech addressed to the Parliament of England.

4. Thomas Hardy’s last major novel was _______.
(A) Tess of the D’urbervilles
(B) Jude the Obscure
(C) The Return of the Native
(D) The Trumpet Major

5. The Hind and the Panther Transvers’d to the Story of the Country Mouse and the City
Mouse is a satire on
(A) Alexander Pope (B) Jonathan Swift
(C) John Dryden (D) Samuel Butler

6. Match the columns :
Terms Theorists
I. Apollonian – Dionysian 1. Matthew Arnold
II. Fancy – Imagination 2. Friedrich Nietzsche
III. Hellenism – Hebraism 3. G.H. Hopkins
IV. Inscape – Instress 4. S.T. Coleridge
I II III IV
(A) 2 4 1 3
(B) 2 4 3 1
(C) 1 4 2 3
(D) 4 2 1 3

7. In King Lear who among the following speaks in the voice of Poor Tom ?
(A) Kent (B) Edgar
(C) Edmund (D) Gloucester

8. In Wordsworth’s Prelude the Boy of Winander is affected by
(A) Blindness (B) Deafness
(C) Muteness (D) Lameness

9. Which of the following is NOT mentioned as part of the London locale in The Waste Land ?
(A) St. Magnus Martyr (B) King Arthur Street
(C) St. Mary Woolnoth (D) Lower Thames Street

UGC NET English Literature Question Paper 2014 (Paper II)





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