CBSE UGC NET ENGLISH JULY 2018 ANSWER KEY

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  1. 3 Enoch Arden
  2. 4 Goethe, Wordsworth, Byron
  3. 3 Harold Pinter
  4. 2 The Common Wealth
  5. 1 Cricket
  6. 1 An Idiot
  7. 1 Irish
  8. 3 Christopher Marlowe
  9. 3
  10. 1 As in painting so in poetry
  11. 3 Oliver Goldsmith
  12. 3 Two
  13. 1
  14. 2
  15. 2
  16. 3 Jean Baudrillad
  17. 1
  18. 3  (a) and (c)
  19. 1 Roy Fuller
  20. 2 Knots
  21. 4
  22. 1
  23. 4
  24. 4 (b) and (d)
  25. 2
  26. 2 (iv) (i) (ii) (iii)
  27. 2 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  28. 3 Bensalem
  29. ?
  30. 2 Intentional Fallacy
  31. 3 William Wordsworth
  32. 2 or a Young Lady’s Entrance into the World
  33. 4 Mysomouso
  34. 1 Derek Walcott
  35. 3 (b) and (c)
  36. 3 Philip Sidney’s Astrophel and Stella
  37. 2 (iii) (iv) (i) (ii)
  38. 2 (b) and (c)
  39. The Book of Night Women Marlon James
  40. 3 William Wordsworth; the French Revolution
  41. 1 Ghosts
  42. 3 Left-handed Liberty, The Hero Risess
  43. 3 (a) and (c)
  44. 2 Four
  45. 1 Blast
  46. 2 Anaphora
  47. 2 Una’s
  48. 2 Venice(?)
  49. 3 A Pale View of Hills
  50. 3 David Copperfield
  51. 2
  52. 2 Epistemology
  53. 1 Subscription
  54. 3 Gillian Wright
  55. 3 (c) and (d)
  56. 4 (a) and (c)
  57. 3
  58. 2 Anna Fierling
  59. 3 TESOL Quarterly
  60. 2
  61. 3 Gallileo
  62. 4 (b) and (d)
  63. 2
  64. ?
  65. 2 Genius
  66. 3 ?
  67. 3
  68. 2 Sordello
  69. 2?
  70. 4
  71. 3
  72. 2
  73. 3
  74. 1
  75. 1  Classes, Nations, Literatures
  76. 2
  77. 3
  78. 4 Shelley
  79. 3
  80. 3
  81. 4
  82. 4 W.B Yeats
  83. 3
  84. 2 (i) (ii) (iv) (iii)
  85. 1 Exile
  86. 2
  87. 1 Thomas Gray
  88. 4
  89. 1 Speech Act Theory
  90. 4 Gothic
  91. 2 (b) and (c)
  92. 3
  93. 1 Maud Bodkin
  94. 3 Levin’s
  95. 2 The Moonstone
  96. 1 History
  97. 2
  98. 3
  99. 2
  100. 4
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6 replies

  1. 39:D is correct

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  2. 83:B🕛

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    • IMHO it’s C
      To Penshurst, published in 1616, compliments Robert Sidney, 1st Earl of Leicester, younger brother of Sir Philip Sidney on his Penshurst Place. Throughout the poem, a utopian place is depicted with calm nature, abundant resources, and harmonious inhabitants. So I think option C is correct

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  3. I think Q24 is 2) a and c, since comprehension isn’t necessary in mechanical drill method.
    Anyway, Thank you so much for the quick upload.Much appreciated.😊

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  4. 29 is D.64 is C.

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