American Literary Movements Quiz 1

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  • American Literature and Literary Periods
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1.

Who is the writer of the “Invisible Man” which is a satire of the  experiences of black men and won the National Book Award in 1953? 

2.

Uncle Tom’s Cabinet is one of the greatest anti­slavery novels in American Literature. The book tells the story of the sale of Uncle Tom and Eliza’s little son Harry from the Kentucky plantation and highlights the iniquity of slavery. It was written by


Which of the following authors is the correct option to complete the blank? (tests written by Hasan Alisoy for xaricidil.com)

3.

Which of the following authors did not produce works in the Realistic Period? (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

4.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Lydia Sigourney, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson are among the famous poets of — Period.  Choose the best option to complete the given sentence.

5.

Which of the following statements about “Realistic and Naturalistic Period” is not correct?  (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

6.

Which of the following statements is notfeature of the Contemporary Period in American Literature?

7.

Which of the following authors did not produce works in the Romantic Period? (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

8.

Which of the following statements about Colonial Period Is not correct? (tests written by Hasan Alisoy for xaricidil.com)

9.

What is the literary period or age when Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Paine, Alexander Hamilton and James Madison produced works?

10.

  • Because I could not stop for Death” is a lyric poem about Death. The poet personifies death as a gentleman caller who takes a leisurely carriage ride with the poet to his/her grave.

  • Who is the writer of “Because I could not stop for Death”?

11.

“Go Tell It on the Mountain” is a semi-autobiographical novel written by —. It focuses on the role of the Christian Church in the lives of African-Americans. It also dwells on racism in the United States.


Choose the correct author from the options to complete the blank.

12.

Which of the following statements about The Revolutionary Age is correct?

13.

  • - The author wrote about American innocence, the nature of art and the search of the individual for a more prosperous life.

  • - “Daisy Miller", “The Turn of The Screw”, “The Jol/y Corner", The Beast in The Jungle” and “The Real Thing” are some of the well known short stories of the author.  Who is the literary figure of American Literature described above? Tests written by Hasan Alisoy for www.xaricidil.com

14.

The — Period of American Literature covers the time between the founding of the first settlement at Jamestown to the outbreak of the Revolution. The writings of this time focused on religious, practical, or historical themes.


Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph.

15.

“I’ll tell you how the sun rose", “A Route of Evanescence", “Bees are Black with Gilt Surcingles", “Further In Summer Than The Birds”, “Of Bronze and Blaze The Sky Tonight” are some of the popular poems of —.


Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph.

16.

  • - The author’s original name is Samuel L. Clemens, but he used a pen name.

  • - Tom Sawyer and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn are the most famous works of the author.

  • - The author also wrote fictionalized

  • autobiographies such as Roughing It and Life on the Missisipi and short stories and novellas such as The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County and The Man That Corrupted Hadleyburg.

  • Who is the literary figure of the American literature described above?

17.

“The Scarlet Letter, The House of the Seven Gables, The Blithedale Romance and The Marble Faun” are some of the popular novels of —.   Choose the best option to complete the given sentence. (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

18.

  • Dubious Battle, Of Mice and Men, The Grapes of Wrath, East of Eden, Travels With Charley are some of the notable novels of —.

  • Who is the writer of the literary works listed above?

19.

The Color Purple is an epistolary novel written by —. It focuses on the life of coloured women in the southern United States in the 1930s. The novel won the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction and the National Book Award for Fiction. It was also adapted into a film and musical of the same name.


Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph.

20.

Micheal Wigglesworth, Anne Bradstreet and Edward Taylor are among the famous poets of —.


Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph.   (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

21.

  • political pamphlets, travel writing and persuasive

  • writing are the typical genres and styles seen in  Period.

  • Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph.

22.

  • — are English religious and political reformers who fled their native land in search of religious freedom, and who settled and colonized New England in the 17th century.

  • Choose the best option to complete the given sentence.  (Tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

23.

Which of the following statements about <Romantic Period is not correct?> (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)

24.

During the — Period , some of the greatest documents of American history were written down. In 1776, Thomas Paine wrote Common Sense and Thomas Jefferson wrote The Declaration of Independence. Between 1787 and 1788, Alexandei Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay authored The Federalist Papers. In 1787, The Constitution of the United States was drafted and in 1789 it was finalized. Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. (tests written by Hasan Alisoy for www.xaricidil.com)

25.

  • Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Lydia Sigourney, Edgar Allan Poe, Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson are among the famous poets of -—.

  • Choose the correct option to fill in the gap in the paragraph. (tests written by Hasan Alisoy)


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