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G.B. Shaw – Past Papers English

1. Match the following plays with their authors according to the code given below :

i. Heartbreak House
ii. Loyalties
iii. In the Jungle of Cities
iv. The Family Reunion

1. John Galsworthy
2. Bertolt Brecht
3. T.S. Eliot
4. George Bernard Shaw

Codes :
i ii iii iv
(A) 3 4 2 1
(B) 1 2 3 4
(C) 2 1 4 3
(D) 4 1 2 3
Ans: (D)

2. Match the play with the subject matter of the play :
(a) The Doctor’s Dilemma
(b) You Never Can Tell
(c) Candida
(d) Arms and the Man
(i) Flouting of stage conventions
(ii) Satire on military heroes
(iii) Devaluation of social traditions
(iv) Mockery of physicians’ ignorance
Choose the correct option from those given below :
(A) (a)-(ii); (b)-(iii); (c)-(iv); (d)-(i)
(B) (a)-(iii); (b)-(i); (c)-(iv); (d)-(ii)
(C) (a)-(i); (b)-(ii); (c)-(iii); (d)-(iv)
(D) (a)-(iv); (b)-(iii); (c)-(i) (d)-(ii)
Ans: (D)

3. Widowers’ Houses was written by
(A) Oscar Wilde
(B) T.S. Eliot
(C) John Galsworthy
(D) G.B. Shaw
Ans: (D)

4. Listed below are some English plays across several centuries : Twelfth Night, She Stoops to Conquer, The Importance of Being Earnest, Pygmalion and Blithe Spirit. What is common to them ?
(A) All problem plays; scheming and intrigue
(B) All tragedies; sin and redemption
(C) All ideologically framed; class and gender
(D) All romantic comedies; love and laughter
Ans: (D)

5. Which of the following plays of Bernard Shaw attacks Darwinism?
(A) You Never Can Tell
(B) Man and Superman
(C) St. Joan
(D) Back to Methuselah
Ans: (D)

T.S Eliot As A Dramatist- Past Papers

1. Which of the following plays by T.S Eliot is in the correct chronological order of publication?

(A) Murder in the Cathedral- The Family Reunion- The Cocktail Party- The Confidential Clerk

(B) The Cocktail Party- The Confidential Clerk- The Family Reunion – Murder in the Cathedral

(C) The Family Reunion- The Cocktail Party- Murder in the Cathedral- The Confidential Clerk

(D) The Confidential Clerk- Murder in the Cathedral- The Cocktail Party- The Family Reunion

Ans: (A)

2. “The last temptation is the greatest treason
To do the right deed for the wrong reason.”
(T . S. Eliot, Murder in the Cathedral)
Why is the ‘temptation’, ‘treason’ for the speaker of the lines?

(A) It is only self-serving
(B) It is not intended
(C) It violates a norm
(D) It is conspiratorial
Ans: (A)

Tom Stoppard

1. Which play by Tom Stoppard has a play within the play ?
(A) Enter a Free Man
(B) The Real Inspector Hound
(C) Jumpers
(D) Night and Day
Ans: (B)

2. Tom Stoppard’s play Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, being metatheatrical, lays bare the constructed nature of theatrical performance. In referring to Hamlet’s end and the Elizabethan stage conditions lacking curtains one of the characters of Stoppard’s play says : “No one gets up after death – there is no applause – there is only silence and some second hand clothes, and that’s death”. Who makes this statement ?
(A) Rosencrantz
(B) Guildenstern
(C) The Player
(D) Hamlet
Ans: (B)

3. Who, among the following English playwrights, scripted the film Shakespeare in Love?
(A) Harold Pinter
(B) Alan Bennett
(C) Caryl Churchill
(D) Tom Stoppard
Ans: (D)

4. Which play by Tom Stoppard set in Zurich during the First World War presents a character’s interactions with James Joyce as he was writing Ulysses, Tristran Zara during the rise of Dadaism, and Lenin leading up to the Russian Revolution, all of whom were living in Zurich at that time?
(A) After Magritte
(B) Dirty Linen
(C) Artist Descending a Staircase
(D) Travesties
Ans: (D)

Remaining Dramatist And Works

1. What event allowed mainstream British theatre companies to commission and performs work that was politically, socially and sexually controversial without fear of censorship?
(A) The abolition of the Lord Chamberlain’s office in 1968.
(B) The illegal performance of works by Howard Brenton and Edward Bond.
(C) The collapse of liberal humanist consensus in the late 1960s.
(D) A combined appeal to the Queen by a group of London dramatists.
Ans: (A)

2. Mystery and Miracle plays in English were based on ______.
(A) English folklore
(B) English legends
(C) Biblical stories
(D) Anglo-Saxon myths
Ans: (C)

3. From which of Sheridan’s plays the following extract is taken ?
Lady Sneerwell : Why truly Mrs. Clackitt has a very pretty talent and a great deal of industry.
Snake : True, Madam, and has been tolerably successful in her day. To my knowledge she has been the cause of six matches being broken off and three sons disinherited, of four forced elopements ….
Lady Sneerwell : She certainly has talents but her manner is gross.

(A) The Rivals
(B) The School for Scandal
(C) St. Patrick’s Day
(D) The Critic
Ans: (B)

4. “A trivial comedy for serious people” was the subtitle for
(A) Everyman in His Humour
(B) Blythe Spirit
(C) The Way of the World
(D) The Importance of Being Earnest.
Ans: (D)

5. Salonie is a play written by Oscar Wilde written in
(A) English
(B) Irish
(C) French
(D) Italian
Answer: *

6. The Restoration comedy has been criticized mainly for its
(A) excessive wit and humour
(B) bitter satire and cynicism
(C) indecency and permissiveness
(D) superficial reflection of society
Ans: (C)

7. Everyman is…
(A) a medieval play based on an episode from the Bible
(B) a medieval morality play
(C) a Tudor interlude
(D) a miracle play
Ans: (B)

8. Identify the person who sets himself up as the ‘Knight’ with a pestle rather than a sword in
the play The Knight of the Burning Pestle :

(A) Ralph
(B) Tim
(C) George
(D) Squire
Ans: (A)

9. Here are some characteristics of Morality Plays :
1. They are dramatized allegories of the life of man.
2. They depict man’s temptation and sinning, his quest for salvation and his confrontation with Death.
3. Though the hero represents Mankind, the other characters are by no means personifications, of virtues, vices and death.
4. A character known as the Vice often plays the role of the hero, a predecessor of the Villainhero in Elizabethan drama.
Find the correct combination according to the code :
(A) Only 1 and 2 are correct.
(B) Only 1 and 3 are correct.
(C) Only 1 and 4 are correct.
(D) Only 2 and 3 are correct.
Ans: (A)

10. Match List – I with List – II according to the code given below :
i. Thomas Otway
ii. William Wycherley
iii. Colley Cibber
iv. George Farquhar

1. The Provok’d Husband
2. The Recruiting Officer
3. The Country Wife
4. The Orphan, or the unhappy marriage

Codes :
i ii iii iv
(A) 4 3 1 2
(B) 3 2 1 2
(C) 4 2 3 1
(D) 3 1 2 4
Ans: (A)

11. The play was first performed in 1773. The author asked a friend “Did it make you laugh ?” and getting the answer “Exceedingly” said then that was all he required. He used for plot a reputed experience of his own as a schoolboy when he lost his way and asked to be directed to an inn but was shown the gateway to the local squire’s house. Which play is this ?
(A) Sheridan’s The Rivals
(B) Sheridan’s The School for Scandal
(C) Goldsmith’s She Stoops to Conquer
(D) Goldsmith’s The Good Natured Man
Ans: (C)

12. Which of the following characters in The White Devil describes the glory of great men as : Glories, like glow worms a far off shine bright / But looked to near have neither heat nor light ..
(A) Vittoria
(B) Lodovico
(C) Flamineo
(D) Cornelia
Ans: (C)

13. This revenge tragedy opens with the long soliloquy of the protagonist carrying the skull of his poisoned fiance and swearing vengeance for the old Duke who has committed the vicious act. Identify the play.
(A) The Spanish Tragedy
(B) The Revenger’s Tragedy
(C) The Duchess of Malfi
(D) The Changeling
Ans: (B)

14. Which of the following is not an allegorical character in the play Everyman?
(A) Kindred
(B) Strength
(C) Christian
(D) Discretion
Ans: (C)

15. Which figure explains the meaning of the play Everyman at its conclusion?
(A) Angel
(B) Knowledge
(C) Doctor
(D) Good Deeds
Ans: (C)

16. In John Gay’s Beggar’s Opera what is Peachum’s occupation?
I. Pimp
II. Lawyer
III. Fencer of stolen goods, and master of a gang of thieves
IV. Impeader of less powerful criminals
The right combination according to the code is
(A) III & IV
(B) II & III
(C) I & IV
(D) II & IV
Ans: (A)

17. The Restoration period’s most characteristic drama, the “comedy of manners”, was gradually replaced by “sentimental drama” in response to shifts in the audience’s taste. Which of the following statements best represents the difference between these two types of comedy?
(A) Comedies of manners expose human follies to laughter, sentimental comedies provoke sympathetic tears for the characters’ faults.
(B) Comedies of manners were commercially successful; sentimental comedies were not.
(C) Comedies of manners were critically successful; sentimental comedies were not.
(D) Comedies of manners were written in rhymed couplets; sentimental comedies were written in blank verse.
Ans: (A)

18. Two examples of closet drama are
I. Byron’s Manfred
II. Shelley’s Cenci
III. Marlowe’s Edward II
IV. Shaw’s Widower’s Houses
The right combination according to the code is
(A) I and II
(B) I and III
(C) II and III
(D) II and IV
Ans: (A)

19. In this Jacobean play the Black King and his men, representing Spain and the Jesuits, are checkmated by the White Knight, Prince Charles. This political satire drew crowds to the Globe Theatre until the Spanish ambassador protested and James I suppressed the play. Identify the play :
(A) The Wonderful Yeare
(B) A Game at Chess
(C) A King and No King
(D) The Knight of the Burning Pestle
Ans: (B)

20. One of the plays among the following contains the characters Coll, Gib, Dan and Mak.
Identify the play :

(A) Everyman
(B) The Castle of Perseverance
(C) The Second Shepherd’s Play
(D) The Marshals
Ans: (C)

21. The Indian Queen is :
(A) a heroic tragedy in rhymed couplets by John Dryden
(B) a long poem in free verse by Keki Daruwalla
(C) an autobiography of an Indian princess in exile
(D) a fictional account of the Life of Maharani Gayatri Devi
Ans: (A)

22. In which play by Eugene Ionesco do you find the grotesque image of the leg of a corpse thrusting onto the stage, and, which begins to grow larger as the play progresses in a menacing manner ?
(A) The Bald Soprano
(B) Amede or How to Get Rid of It
(C) Exit the King
(D) The Lesson
Ans: (B)

23. Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf is written by :
(A) Arthur Miller
(B) Engene O Neil
(C) Edward Albee
(D) Tennessee Williams
Ans: (C)

24. The plays of Edward Albee deal with :
(A) problems of middle-class
(B) hypocracy of aristocracy
(C) mechanizations of politics
(D) simplicity of lower-class
Ans: (A)

25. In Restoration comedies the following is true EXCEPT
(A) the London life of hedonistic young men is portrayed.
(B) names encapsulate traits.
(C) unchaste women, widows and cuckolds scarcely make an appearance.
(D) the heroines seek a say in the choice of a marriage partner.
Ans: (C)

26. Sean O’ Casey’s Juno and the Paycock is :
(A) a romantic comedy
(B) a historical tragedy
(C) a mythical reconstruction
(D) a tragi-comedy
Ans: (D)

27. Dryden’s All For Love is an adaptation of :
(A) Philaster
(B) Romeo and Juliet
(C) Antony and Cleopatra
(D) Edward II
Ans: (C)

28. Secular influences on the early English drama were :
(A) political squabbles, religious sermons and social customs
(B) rural politicking, hypocracy of the elite and falsity of aristocracy
(C) village festivals, folk plays and minstrels
(D) middle-class life, moral beliefs and uprising of the subaltans
Ans: (C)

29. Bosola is a character in a play by :
(A) Ben Jonson
(B) Webster
(C) Christopher Marlowe
(D) Thomas Middleton
Ans: (B)

30. Match each of the following concepts/objects with the corresponding description :
(a) Farce
(b) Props
(c) Music hall
(d) Closet drama
(i) Articles and objects used on the stage
(ii) Drama written to be read rather than acted
(iii) Characterized by broad humour, wild antics, slapsticks etc.
(iv) Variety entertainment of songs, comic turns that flourished in England through the late 19th Century
Choose the correct option from those given below :
(A) (a-iv); (b-ii); (c-i); (d-iii)
(B) (a-iii);(b-i); (c-iv); (d-ii)
(C) (a-i); (b-iii); (C-ii); (d-iv)
(D) (a-ii) (b-iv); (C-iii); (d-i)
Ans: (B)

31. From which Greek word does the term ‘comedy’ derive and what does it mean?
(A) Comedia, largeness of heart
(B) Komoidia, revel-song
(C) Comedies, commodious
(D) Komedieon, light foolery
Ans: (B)

32. The macabre element in drama was introduced by :
(A) John Lyly
(B) Marlow
(C) Ben Jonson
(D) John Webster
Ans: (D) 

33. The early religious drama is associated with :
(A) Superstitions and beliefs
(B) Mysteries and histories
(C) Interludes and mysteries
(D) Miracles and morality
Ans: (D)

34. Sheridan’s first play was :
(A) The Rivals
(B) School for Scandal
(C) St. Patrick’s Day
(D) A Trip to Scarborough
Ans: (A)

35. Which of the following is a major Jacobean play?
(A) Everyman
(B) Gorboduc
(C) Romeo and Juliet
(D) The Duchess of Malfi
Ans: (D)

36. The Globe Theatre opened in :
(A) 1585
(B) 1593
(C) 1599
(D) 1603
Ans: (C)

37. Which play of Wilde has the subtitle, A Trivial Comedy for Serious People ?
(A) A Woman of No Importance
(B) Lady Windermere’s Fan
(C) The Importance of Being Earnest
(D) An Ideal Husband
Ans: (C)

38. Which of the following plays by William Wycherley is in part an adaptation of Moliere’s The Misanthrope ?
(A) The Plain Dealer
(B) The Country Wife
(C) Love in a Wood
(D) The Gentleman Dancing Master
Ans: (A)

39. Some of the Jacobean playwrights were prolific. One of them claimed to have written 200 plays. The playwright is
(A) John Ford
(B) Thomas Dekker
(C) Philip Massinger
(D) Thomas Heywood
Ans: (D)

40. 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
Ans: (D)

41. 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
Ans: (C)

 42. The Unfortunate Traveller has been authored by
(A) Robert Greene
(B) Thomas Deloney
(C) Thomas Nashe
(D) Thomas Lodge
Ans: (C)

43. Who, among the following, is not a practitioner of Jacobean tragedy ?
(A) George Villiers
(B) John Marston
(C) John Webster
(D) Thomas Middleton
Ans: (A)

44. Identify a play in the following list that is not written by Oscar Wilde :
(A) A Woman of No Importance
(B) The Importance of Being Earnest
(C) Saints and Sinners
(D) An Ideal Husband
Ans: (C)

45. Thomas Kyd’s The Spanish Tragedy was influenced by
(A) Seneca
(B) Tertullian
(C) Virgil
(D) Plautus
Ans: (A)

46. The character Giovanni features in one of the following texts :
(A) John Cleland’s Fanny Hill : Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure
(B) John Ford’s ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore’
(C) John Braine’s Room at the Top
(D) John Evelyn’s Diaries
Ans: (B)

47. Identify the correct statement below:
(A) Gorboduc is a comedy, while Ralph Roister Doister and Gammer Gurton’s Needle are tragedies.
(B) Gorboduc is a tragedy, while Ralph Roister Doister and Gammer Gurton’s Needle are comedies.
(C) All of them are problem plays.
(D) All of them are farces.
Ans: (B)

48. The Tragedy of Ferrex and Porrex is the other title of
(A) Gorboduc
(B) Ralph Roister Doister
(C) Damon and Pythias
(D) Lamentable Tragedy
Ans: (A)

49. 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
Ans: (A)

50. Dryden’s dramatization of Paradise Lost is entitled
(A) All for Love
(B) The State of Innocence
(C) Annus Mirabilis
(D) Religio Medici
Ans: (B)

51. The dramatic structure of Restoration comedies combines in it the features of
I. The Elizabethan Theatre
II. The Neoclassical Theatre of Italy and France
III. The Irish Theatre
IV. The Greek Theatre
The correct combination according to the code is
(A) I and IV are correct.
(B) III and IV are correct.
(C) II and III are correct.
(D) I and II are correct.
Ans: (D)

52. The following are two lists of plays and characters. Match them.
1. Malevole
2. Beatrice
3. Bianca
4. Doll Tear sheet
I. Women Beware Women
II. The Malcontent
III. The City Madam
IV. The Changeling
Which is the correct combination according to the code?
(A) 3 1 4 2
(B) 2 1 2 4
(C) 1 2 3 4
(D) 4 3 2 1
Ans: (A)

53. Identify the correct group of playhouses in late sixteenth century London from the following groups :
(A) Curtain, Rose, Swan, Globe, Hope
(B) Curtain, Rose, Swan, Globe, Sejanus
(C) Hope, Curtain, Rose, Swan, Globe
(D) Swan, Curtain, Rose, Globe, Thames
Ans: (A) and (C)

 54. Identify the correctly matched set :
(A) “The Shepheards Calender” – 1579
Tottels Miscellany – 1557
Astrophel and Stella – 1591
The Spanish Tragedie – about 1585
(B) “The Shepheards Calender” – 1559
Tottels Miscellany – 1579
Astrophel and Stella – 1585
The Spanish Tragedie – about 1591
(C) “The Shepheards Calender” – 1585
Tottels Miscellany – 1591
Astrophel and Stella – 1579
The Spanish Tragedie – about 1557
(D) “The Shepheards Calender” – 1579
Tottels Miscellany – 1591
Astrophel and Stella – about 1585
The Spanish Tragedie – about 1557
Ans: (A)

55. “The chapter on the fall of the rupee you may omit. It is somewhat too sensational. Even these metallic problems have their melodramatic side.” The fall of the Indian rupee in the final decades of 19 century is referred to in one of Oscar Wilde’s plays . identify the play.
(A) The importance of being earnest
(B) Lady Windermere’s fan
(C) An Ideal Husband
(D) A Woman of no importance
Ans: (A)

56. In Robert Browning’s dramatic monologue, which painter does Andrea del Sarto compare himself to? What does he find lacking in his own work in comparison?
(A) Fra Lippo Lippi – humour
(B) Raphael – Soul
(C) Leonardo da Vinci – Verisimilitude
(D) Botticelli – liveliness
Ans: (B)

57. Who among the following playwrights was the son of a gardener?
(A) Harold Pinter
(B) Joe Orton
(C) Tom Stoppard
(D) Edward Bond
Ans: (B)

58. Identify the group known as “The Wesker Trilogy”?
(A) The Growth of the Soil, Gauze of Life, In the Grip of Life
(B) Chicken Soup with Barley, Roots, I’m Talking about Jerusalem
(C) The Four Seasons, Chips with Everything, Golden City
(D) Lunatics and Lovers, The Patriots, Dead End
Ans: (B)

59. Who among the following wrote an immensely powerful play about the remapping of Irish places with new British names?
(A) J.M. Synge
(B) Seamus Heaney
(C) Brian Friel
(D) G.B. Shaw
Ans: (C)

60. Which of the following plays is NOT part of the so-called Arnold Wesker Trilogy?
(A) I’m Talking about Jerusalem
(B) Chips with Everything
(C) Roots
(D) Chicken Soup with Barley
Ans: (B)

61. Identify the play from among the following in which a spendthrift young man auctions away the portraits of his ancestors :
(A) The Taming of the Shrew
(B) The School for Scandal
(C) The Strife
(D) The Philanderer
Ans: (B)

62. Who is the author of A Woman Killed with Kindness ?
(A) John Marston
(B) Thomas Middleton
(C) John Fletcher
(D) Thomas Heywood
Ans: (D)

63. The Mistakes of a Night is the subtitle of
(A) The Conscious Lovers
(B) The Good Natur’d Man
(C) She Stoops to Conquer
(D) The Rivals
Ans: (C)

64. Identify two of the following written by Christopher Fry :
I. French Without Tears
II. The Lady’s Not for Burning
III. Venus Observed
IV. The Deep Blue Sea
The right combination according to the code is
(A) II and III
(B) I and III
(C) II and IV
(D) I and IV
Ans: (A)

65. Identify, from the following list, two plays written by John Webster :
I. A Woman Killed with Kindness
II. The Revenger’s Tragedy
III. The White Devil
IV. The Ducchess of Malfi
The right combination according to the code is
(A) I & IV
(B) II & IV
(C) III & IV
(D) I & III
Ans: (C)

66. Identify the important theatres of the Elizabethan period :
(a) Peacock
(b) Globe
(c) Swan
(d) Grand
The right combination according to the code is :
(A) (a) and (b)
(B) (b) and (c)
(C) (b) and (d)
(D) (a) and (d)
Ans: (B)

67. John Heywood wrote a farcical Interlude called The Four P’s.
(A) a Palmer, a Pedlar, a Pothecary, a Packer
(B) a Printer, a Pedlar, a Pothecary, a Palmer
(C) a Pedlar, a Parson, a Palmer, a Pothecary
(D) a Palmer, a Pardoner, a Pothecary, a Pedlar
Ans: (D)

68. Which novel by John Banville tells the story of a group of travellers who arrive on a small island and stumble upon the house of Prof. Kreutznaer whose relationship to a painting entitled The Golden World by a fictional Dutch artist named Vaublin plays a central role?
(A) Ghosts
(B) The Sea
(C) The Ark
(D) Eclipse
Ans: (A)

69. Identify the two plays usually paired for their critique of the politics of language and acts of police interrogation
(A) Earthly Powers, The Wanting Seed
(B) Chicken Soup with Barley, Roots
(C) Left-handed Liberty, The Hero Rises
(D) One for the Road, Mountain Language
Ans: (D)

70. Match the character with the play :
(a) Dorimant
(b) Lady Fidget
(c) Malevole
(d) Vernish

(1) The plain Dealer
(2) The Man of Mode
(3) The Country Wife
(4) The Malcontent

(A) (a)-(4), (b)-(3), (c)-(1), (d)-(2)
(B) (a)-(2), (b)-(3), (c)-(4), (d)-(1)
(C) (a)-(2), (b)-(4), (c)-(3), (d)-(1)
(D) (a)-(4), (b)-(1), (c)-(3), (d)-(2)
Ans: (B)

71. Thomas Nashe’s The Unfortunate Traveler is narrated by
(A) Ben Lyte, a coarse Papist
(B) Jack Wilton, an English page
(C) Peter Marston, a sworn Calvinist
(D) Philip Foxe, an English highwayman
Ans: (B)

72. “Search the heads of the greatest rivers in the world, you shall find them but bubbles of water.” Who is the author of this line?
(A) Oscar Wilde
(B) Francis Bacon
(C) John Webster
(D) R.B. Sheridan
Ans: (C)

73. Which two of the following plays were written by Thomas Heywood?

(a) Gorboduc

(b) The Play called the Four P.P

(c) The Play of the Weather

(d) The Spanish Tragedy

Choose the correct option

A. (a) and (b)

B. (a) and (c)

C. (b) and (c)

D. (c) and (d)

Ans: (C)

74. Arrange the following plays in the chronological order of publication:
A. All for Love
B. Venice Preserved
C. The School for Scandal
D. The Country Wife

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:
a. B, C, A, D
b. D, A, B, C
c. C, 8, D, A
d. A, D, C, B
Answer: (b)

75. Arrange the following plays in their chronological order:
A. The Country Wife
B. Cymbeline
C. The Spanish Tragedy
D. The Rivals

Choose the correct answer from the options given below:
a B, A, C, D
b. B, C, D, A
c. C, B, A, D
d. C, A, B, D
Ans: (c)

76. The Duchess of Malfi is based on:
(A) a French romance
(2) an Italian novella
(C) a Geman fable
(D) a Scottish chronicle
Ans: (B)

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