returning to India from studying law in England and taking charge of his father’s estates, hesaw firsthand the suffering and backwardness of India’s rural poor.
A. Mistral B. Tu Fu C. Gandhi D. Tagore
Yea, thou I walk through the valley of the shadow my death,
A. Purpose B. Test C. Protection D. Guidance
The line: “Surely, goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life,” suggests:
A. Blessing B. Supply C. Guidance D. Protection
“Courage and bravery in facing trials and bitter strife” is a revolving theme of what poem from the
west? A. Invictus B. The Tame Bird and the Free BirdC. The Road Not Taken D. The Little Rain
He was highly influential in introducing the best Indian culture to the West and was generallyregarded as the outstanding creative artist of modern India. A. Tu Fu B. Tagore C. Henley D. Tennyson
His work is tinged with sadness and loss, longing and outrage, but also a deep understandingand appreciation of life despite its hardships. A. Tagore B. Tu Fu C. Tennyson D. Henley
His profound symbolism, abetted by the free-flowing nature of his verse create a universe of
haunting beauty that expresses God’s infinite love and humanity’s deep compassion for all things
beautiful. A. Tagore B. Tu Fu C. Kilmer D. Tennyson
Huang-ho and Yangtze are major rivers in what Asian country? A. India B. China C. England D. Egypt
She was the first Spanish-American writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1945. A. Frederic Mistral C. Gabriela MistralB. Sir Rabindranath Tagore D. Emily Dickinson
What is the rhyme scheme in the poetic stanza below?
In the fell clutch of circumstanceI have not winced nor cried aloud Under the burgeonings of chanceMy head is bloody but unbowed.
A. aabb B. aaaa C. abab D. bbbb
A poet and journalist born in New Brunswick, New Jersey who is famous for his works full of sentiments and confused simile. A. Alfred Joyce Kilmer C. Emily DickinsonB. Bob Dylan D. Robert Frost
What is the regularized meter of these lines?
Beyond this place of wrath and tearsLooms but the horror of the shade
A. Twelve B. eight C. sixteen D. no definite meter
The denotative meaning of the word “shepherd” mentioned in Psalm XXIII is:
A. A person who tends sheep C. Protector B. Guide D. Lord
of chanceMy head is bloody but unbowed
What is the denotative meaning of the underlined word in the lines above? A.