Multiple-Choice Questions or Objective-Type Questions on John Keats [PDF Included]

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John Keats quiz

  • In which year John Keats was born?
  1. 1759
  2. 1795
  3. 1812
  4. 1821

Ans: (2)

  • In which year did John Keats pass away?
  1. 1759
  2. 1795
  3. 1812
  4. 1821

Ans: (4)

  • How old was John Keats when he passed away?
  1. 25
  2. 52
  3. 28
  4. 82

Ans: (1)

  • Keats passed away as he was suffering from
  1. Tuberculosis
  2. Malaria
  3. Anemia
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • The first poem written by John Keats is:
  1. Ode to a Nightingale
  2. The Sonnet o Solitude
  3. To Autumn
  4. The Eve of St. Agnes

Ans: (2)

  • Keats was buried in
  1. London
  2. Rome
  3. Finland
  4. Scotland

Ans: (2)

  • The name of John Keats’ Father was:
  1. George Keats
  2. Frances Mary Keats
  3. Thomas Keats
  4. Milton

Ans: (3)

  • Who among the following was the mother of John Keats?
  1. George Keats
  2. Frances Jennings
  3. Thomas Keats
  4. Frances Mary

Ans: (2)

  • John Keats was buried in:
  1. Protestant Cemetery
  2. Brompton Cemetery
  3. None of these
  4. Unknown

Ans: (1)

  • Who among the following was the younger sibling of John Keats?
  1. George Keats
  2. Frances Mary Keats
  3. Thomas Keats
  4. Milton

Ans: (1)

  • The poem –“The Bright Star” was first composed for:
  1. Frances Mary Keats
  2. Frances Jennings
  3. Fanny Brawne
  4. Isabella Jones

Ans: (4)

  • Later, John Keats revised the poem –“The Bright Star” and gave it to:
  1. Frances Mary Keats
  2. Frances Jennings
  3. Fanny Brawne
  4. Isabella Jones

Ans: (3)

  • The Eve of St. Agnes was written by Keats in the year:
  1. 1817
  2. 1819
  3. 1821
  4. 1823

Ans: (2)

  • Find the odd one out:
  1. To Autumn
  2. To psyche
  3. The Excursion
  4. On Melancholy

Ans: (3). “The Excursion” was written by William Wordsworth

  • Which types of elements were written by John Keats?
  1. Sonnets
  2. Odes
  3. Epics
  4. All of the above

Ans: (4)

  • “Truth is beauty, beauty is truth”- first told by:
  1. William Wordsworth
  2. Thomas Keats
  3. John Keats
  4. Shakespeare

Ans: (3)

  • At which age did John Keats lose his father?
  1. 5
  2. 8
  3. 13
  4. 16

Ans: (2)

  • All the greatest poetry was written by John Keats over the year:
  1. 1815
  2. 1817
  3. 1819
  4. 1820

Ans: (3)

  • In which of the following Poem, does Keats say-“ A thing of beauty joy forever”?
  1. Endymion
  2. Fancy
  3. To sleep
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • “O for a life of sensations rather than the thought” – said by:
  1. Thomas Keats
  2. Fanny Browne
  3. John Keats
  4. Shelley

Ans: (3)

  • In which of the following, Keats had written –“ O for a life of sensations rather than the thought”?
  1. In one of his Poem
  2. In one of his letter
  3. In one of his Epic
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • In the above question, the letter was written to
  1. Thomas Keats
  2. Fanny Browne
  3. Benjamin
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • The title of the Elegy written by Shelley on the death of Keats is:
  1. Lycidas
  2. Adonais
  3. Thyrsis
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • Keats said about himself that his name was written in water. He said this because:
  1. He had no hope of being remembered as a poet
  2. Of his frustration in love
  3. He suffered from the disease of consumption
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • In Adonais, Shelley told that she had dipped the pain in consuming fire for Keats’ destroyers. Here, the destroyers were:
  1. The editors of the quarterly review
  2. The editors of Blackwood’s Magazine
  3. Both (1) and (2)
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Keats began his career as a/an:
  1. Apprentice to an apothecary
  2. Clerk in office
  3. Schoolteacher
  4. Sub-editor of a local newspaper

Ans:  (1)

  • Which of the following poem of Keats was modeled on Milton’s Paradise Lost in style and structure?
  1. Hyperion
  2. Isabella
  3. Endymion
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • Which of the following story discusses the elopement of two lovers?
  1. The ode to Nightingale
  2. The Autumn
  3. The Eve of St. Agnes
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • Which one of the following is based on “The Anatomy of Melancholy” by Burton?
  1. Lamia
  2. Isabella
  3. Hyperion
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • The title of “ Pure Poet” was offered to:
  1. Shelley
  2. John Keats
  3. Byron
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • Who was associated with “Hellenism”?
  1. Keats
  2. Shelley
  3. Wordsworth
  4. Byron

Ans: (1)

  • Who was the publisher of “Sonnet O Solitude” written by Keats?
  1. Byron
  2. Leigh Hunt
  3. Shelley
  4. Keats

Ans: (2)

  • Which type of articles were written by Keats mostly?
  1. Ode
  2. Drama
  3. Play
  4. Short stories

Ans: (1)

  • John Keats wrote _ a number of Sonnets.
  1. 41
  2. 51
  3. 61
  4. 71

Ans: (3)

  • The name of the lover of John Keats was:
  1. Fanny Browne
  2. Fanny Keats
  3. Isabella
  4. Frances Marry

Ans: (1)

  • One of Keats’ poetry is the conflict between:
  1. Stars and Planets
  2. Everyday world and Eternity
  3.  Nature and Earth
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The recurrent feature in the Keats’s Poetry is:
  1. Destruction
  2. Moral and lessons
  3. Synaesthesia
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • In which of the following works of Keats, you can notice escapism?
  1. Ode to duty
  2. To autumn
  3. Hyperion
  4. Ode to Nightingale

Ans: (1)

  • Why Keats was said to be a Greek-born in England?
  1. He was born in Greek and lived in England
  2. He borrowed the theme of his literature from Greek Methodology
  3. He had a great fascination with Greek heroes
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • In Isabella, one of the famous works of Keats, the lovers are Isabella and _.
  1. Lorenzo
  2. Her uncles
  3. Her foster father
  4. None of these

Ans: (1)

  • Who killed Lorenzo in “Isabella”?
  1. Lorenzo’s brother
  2. Isabella’s brother
  3. Isabella’s friend
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

  • The story of Endymion written by Keats was taken from:
  1. Italian folk
  2. Irish legends
  3. Greek Methodology
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • The La Belle Dame Sans Merci of Keats is a:
  1. Ballad
  2. Song
  3. Sonnet
  4. Lyric

Ans: (1)

  • Maximum poems written by Keats in 1817 was dedicated to:
  1. Leigh Hunt
  2. Wordsworth
  3. P.B.Shelley
  4. Byron

Ans: (1)

  • Who published the first poem of Keats in 1816?
  1. Shelley
  2. Keats himself
  3. Leigh Hunt
  4. None of these

Ans: (3)

  • In the “Ode to a Nightingale”, Keats wrote:  “Where youth grows pale, specter think and dies”. Whose death was talked about?
  1. His brother’s death by consumption
  2. Death of his mother
  3. Death of Thomas Keats
  4. Death of Philip Sydney

Ans: (1)

  • Hyperion presented was between:
  1. Gods and Evils
  2. Titans and Olympians
  3. Saturn and Archangels
  4. None of these

Ans: (2)

Quiz on John Keats

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Quiz on John Keats

1 / 10

Which form did Keats use in his Sonnet?

2 / 10

To whom did Keats advise to load every rift with roe?

3 / 10

"A thing of beauty joy forever"- said by:

4 / 10

In which school, John Keats studied?

5 / 10

In which of the following Odes, the last line is: "Forever with thou love, and she is fair"?

6 / 10

Which of the following Critic said that Keats was with Shakespeare?

7 / 10

Who called Keats "One of the inheritors of unfulfilled renown"?

8 / 10

In which of the following poem written by Keats Madeline is the heroine?

9 / 10

A famous Pastoral Elegy on the death of Keats was written by:

10 / 10

At which age John Keats died?

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