CUCET English Answer Key

  1. Discourage
  2. Sphere- Sun
  3. Assume
  4. Despair
  5. Celestial
  6. At, in, to
  7. On first consideration
  8. Harmful
  9. Sacrifice
  10. Ignorant
  11. 35 cm
  12. 64 cm³
  13. 57600
  14. 48.8%
  15. 2000
  16. ddd
  17. 6%
  18. 3972
  19. 4
  20. KGI
  21. Literarture
  22. Madhya Pradesh
  23. Lumbini
  24. Women in Science
  25. Naga Hills
  26. The Serpent and the Rope
  27. Midnight’s Children
  28. Sonnets – Shakespeare
    Astrophel and Stella – Sidney
    Amoretti –  Spenser
    Sonnets from the Portugese – Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  29. The Globe
  30. Twelfth Night
  31. Celtic
  32. Denis Diderot
  33. Portmanteau
  34. Samuel Johnson
  35. Realism
  36. Coleridge – Remorse
    Robert Browning – Pappa Passes
    William Wordsworth – The Borderers
    Shelley – The Cenci, A Tragedy in Five Acts
  37. John Dryden
  38. William Jones
  39. Warren Hastings
  40. Don Quixote
  41. Henry Condell, John Heminges
  42. 1600
  43. Paradise Lost
  44. Thomas Malory
  45. Two kisses
  46. East Midland
  47. John Dryden
  48. The Guide
  49. Carpe Diem
  50. The Taming of the Shrew
  51. Kubla Khan
  52. Francis Bacon’s Essays
  53. Jacobean Age (1603–25)
    English Civil War (1642–1651)
    Restoration (1660–1688)
    Glorious Revolution 1688
  54. Parliamentarians and Royalists
  55. All of these
  56. Samson Agonistes
  57. Comedy of humours
  58. Lycidas –  Edward King
    Adonais – Keats
    Thyrsis – Arthur Hugh Clough
    In Memoriam –  Arthur Henry Hallam
  59. Metaphor
  60. It was the first printed anthology of English poetry
  61. Henry Howard, the Earl of Surrey
  62. The Way of the World
  63. John Donne
  64. Robert Burns
  65. Charles Lamb
  66. There is more than one speaker
  67. Richard Steele
  68. Lyrical Ballads was published
  69. Pride and Prejudice
  70. The characters communicate through letters
  71. New Criticism
  72. Pamela
  73. Ode on a Grecian Urn
  74. Thomas Gray
  75. Coleridge
  76. The refusal to believe all totalizing claims of stories
  77. Imaginative fantasy
  78. Neither a borrower nor a lender be
  79. Emphasis on general human nature
  80. Naturalism
  81. Surrealism
  82. Tess of the d’Urbervilles
  83. Genealogy
  84. Samuel Butler
  85. Lady Bracknell
  86. Joseph Conrad
  87. Ezra Pound
  88. Lord of the Flies
  89. Angry Youngmen
  90. Nissim Ezekiel
  91. Only Poets, Scientists, Artists, Historians and so on possess secondary imagination
  92. The inescapability of the relevence of the author’s biography, history and background
  93. The Metamorphosis
  94. Nineteen Eighty-Four
  95. Anna Karenina
  96. Benedict Anderson
  97. The attribution of human emotions to the non-human realm\
  98. Harry Potter
  99. Language is a system of negative signifiers functioning as closed unit]\
  100. Representation


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