Top 50 MCQ on S.T Coleridge

Top 50 MCQ on S.T Coleridge-  Samuel Taylor Coleridge is one of the leading English writers of the Romantic era. He is considered as one of the literary critics and philosophers of the Romantic Age in English literature. He has been studied from various angles like the critical point of view, literary point of view, etc.

Here you will get a list of important works of S.T Coleridge and some examination-oriented objective types questions and answers. This post is suitable for all the candidates who are preparing for English literature or any competitive examination that has literature on it.

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MCQ on S.T Coleridge
MCQ on S.T Coleridge

Top 50 MCQ on S.T Coleridge

1- S.T Coleridge belonged to the group of

A- Older Romantic Poets

B- Younger Romantic Poets

C-Early Victorian Poets

D-Later Victorian Poets

 

2-The phrase ”Willing suspension of disbelief”’ is applied to Coleridge’s

A-Poems on Supernatural themes

B-Poems on a social theme

C- Poetic plays

D-Nature Poems

 

3-Coleridge wrote some of his poetry in collaboration with

A-Wordsworth

B- Walter Scott

C-Robert Southey

D-Shelley

 

4-The Mariner in The Ancient Mariner kills

A-An Albatross

B-a Penguin

C-A golden fish

D-A nightingale

 

5-Who said ”I have a smack of Hamlet Myself”

A- Coleridge

B-Byron

C- Wordsworth

D-None

 

6-”He prayeth best, who loveth best, all things, great and small”

A-The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

B-Dejection: An Ode

C-Christabel

D-Kubla Khan

 

7-Which of the following biographical cum literary studies was written by Coleridge?

A-Biographia Literaria

B-Lives of the Poets

C-Eminent Victorians

D-Lives

 

8-”O Lady! e receive but what we give, and in our life alone does Nature live, Ours is her wedding garment, our her shroud!”

A-Dorothy, Wordsworth’s Sister

B- Jane Austen

C-Mary Hutchison

D-Mary Godwin

 

9-In which poem Coleridge refers to  ”My shaping spirit of Imagination”

A-Dejection: An Ode

B-Christabel

C-Yough and Age

D-Kubla Khan

 

10-”Water water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink”

A-Rime of the Ancient Mariner

B-Kubla Khan

C-Dejection: An Ode

D-Christabel

 

11-Why were the Ancient Mariner and his companions so cursed?

A- Because they were cursed for killing an Albatross

B-Because they were cursed for killing an animal

C-Both

D-None

 

12-How many parts are there in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner?

A-Seven

B-Six

C-Five

D-Nine

 

13-Coleridge has written an Ode addressed to a country, Which of the following countries is addressed?

A-France

B-Italy

C-Greece

D-England

 

14-”Weave a circle round him thrice, And close your eyes with holy dread, for he on honey-dew hath fed,

A-Kubla Khan

B-Rime of the Ancient Mariner

C-Christabel

D-Frost at Midnight

 

15-Coleridge is best known for his

A-Concept of Imagination

B-Concept of Imagery

C- Concept of the level of Sub-consciousness

D-Concept of Emotional Depth

 

16-Into how many parts I Christabel divided?

A-Two

B-Three

C-Four

D-Nine

 

17-”There she sees a damsel bright, Dressed in a silken robe of white, That shadowy in the moonlight shone”

A- Christabel

B-Kubla Khan

C-Dejection: An Ode

D-Rime of the Ancient Mariner

 

18-What is the name of the sorceress in Christabel?

A- Geraldine

B-Valentine

C-Morienti

D-La Fayette

 

19-What is Coleridge’s poem Fears in Solitude?

A-A narrative poem

B-A fable

C-A sonnet

D-An ode

 

20-Coleridge has written a poem The Nightingale. He himself calls it a

A-Conversation poem

B-Fragmentary poem

C-Unconventional poem

D-Narrative poem

 

21-Coleridge has written a poem entitled The Destiny of Nations, He himself calls it

A-A vision

B-A reverie

C-A dream

D-A Hallucination

 

22-Coleridge has written an Elegy on the death of

A- Chatterton

B- Shelley

C-Keats

D-Byron

 

23-Coleridge’s poem entitled To A Friend is addressed to

A-Charles Lamb

B-Walter Scott

C-Wordsworth

D-William Hazlitt

 

24-”I am poor and of a low estate, The mother of the prince of peace, Joy rises in me like a summer’s morn’

A-A Christmas Carol

B- The Eolian Harp

C- Religious Musings

D-Honour

 

25-”Friend of the wise! and teacher of Good! into my heart have I received that Lay.

A- To Wordsworth

B- To Southey

C-To Byron

D-To Walter Scott

 

26- What is the full name of S.T Coleridge?

A- Samuel Taylor Coleridge

B- Samuel Coleridge

C- Samsung Coleridge

D-None

 

27-In which year Coleridge meets Wordsworth?

A-1795

B-1785

C-1798

D-1788

 

28- Who killed Albatross in ”The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”?

A-The Ancient Mariner

B- The King

C- The Servent

D-None

 

29-Which is the autobiographical work of Coleridge?

A-Biographia Literaria

B- The Ancient Mariner

C-A Christmas Carol

D-None

 

30- The French Revolution takes place in the year

A-1789

B-1788

C-1785

D-1782

 

31- In which poem of Coleridge a place Xanadu occur?

A-Kubla Khan

B-Christabel

C-Religious Musings

D- The Eolian Harp

 

32- Who was known as ”The Sage of High Gate”?

A- S.T Coleridge

B-Byron

C- Wordsworth

D-None

 

33-Where did Charles Lamb meets Coleridge?

A-Christ Hospital

B- Coffee Shop

C-London

D-None

 

34- In which year Coleridge won the Brown Gold medal?

A-1792

B-1788

C-1745

D-1766

 

35-Who introduce German Philosophy to London?

A-Coleridge

B-Wordsworth

C-Byron

D-Southey

 

36- ”The Prophetic Lay” refers to

A-The Prelude

B-Kubla Khan

C-Christabel

D-None

 

37-In which poem Coleridge expresses his feelings of rejection by Sara Hutchinson?

A-Dejection: An Ode

B-Kubla Khan

C-Christabel

D-The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

 

38-In which year Biographia Literaria published?

A-1817

B-1849

C-1866

D-1898

 

39-In how many chapter Biographia Literaria is divided

A-23

B-24

C-27

D-29

 

40-In which poem Coleridge described two stages of life

A-Youth and Age

B-Kubla Khan

C-Christabel

D-A Christmas Carol

 

41- A vision of Dream is a subtitle of

A- Kubla Khan

B- A Christmas Carol

C-Christabel

D-None

 

42- Who says ‘Gentle Hearted Charles’ for Charles Lamb

A- Coleridge

B- Wordsworth

C-Byron

D-Southey

 

43- Which poem of the Coleridge considered as the longest poem

A- The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

B- Kubla Khan

C- Christbel

D-None

 

44-How many poems of Coleridge included in the Lyrical Ballad?

A-04

B-14

C-16

D-50

 

45- ”In nature, there is nothing melancholy” this line occur in

A- The Nightingale

B- Ode to Nightingale

C-Kubla Khan

D-None

 

46- The Mariner Kills the Albatross by

A-His Cross Bow

B-His Hand

C- His Leg

D-His Mind

 

47- ‘Biographical Sketches of my literary life is the subtitle of

A-Biographia Literaria

B-Kubla Khan

C- A Christmas Carol

D-None

 

48-In which poem of Coleridge connect his political views with religious thought

A-Franny an Ode

B- Ode to Duty

C- Dejection: An Ode

D-None

 

49-Who is considered the pre-generator of American Transcendentalism?

A- Coleridge

B- Wordsworth

C-Southey

D-None

 

50- Who wrote Youth and Age?

A- Coleridge

B- Wordsworth

C-Both

D-None

Famous Works of S.T Coleridge

  1. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
  2. Kubla Khan
  3. Christabel
  4. Conversation
  5. Biographia Literaria
  6. The Watchman
  7. The Friend
  8. Lay Sermons
  9. Aids to Reflection
  10. Table Talk
  11. Logic
  12. Poetical Works

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