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Q. Who said, “The true opposite of poetry is not prose but science?”
Ans. Coleridge
Q. “Table Talk” is Coleridge’s essay on?
Ans. Shakespeare
Q. Coleridge’s middle name was?
Ans. Taylor
(Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
Q. What name was assumed by Coleridge when he joined the army?
Ans. Silas Tomkin Comberbache
Q. With which famous writer did Coleridge become friends with in Christ’s Hospital?
Ans. Charles Lamb
Q. Which poem was written by Coleridge after his sister Anne died in 1791?
Ans. Monody

(S T Coleridge MCQ’s)
Q. Coleridge was born in?
Ans. 1772. He died in 1834

Q. Who is considered as the pre-generator of American Transcendentalism?
Ans. Coleridge
Q. What did Coleridge write for himself in the epitaph?
Ans. “Beneath this sod, a poet lies, or that which once was he”
Q. Which periodical was established and edited by Coleridge?
Ans. The Watchman

Q. Which magazine was edited by Coleridge and Sara Hutchinson in 1809-1810?
Ans. The Friend
Q. Which ballad of Coleridge has this line, “Water, water everywhere?”
Ans. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Q. Who wrote the poem Destiny Of Nations?
Ans. Coleridge

Q. Coleridge was an associate of?
Ans. Royal Society Of Literature
Q. Which bird was killed in The Rime of the Ancient Mariner by Coleridge?
Ans. Albatross
Q. Where did Coleridge die?
Ans. Highgate
Q. When did Coleridge write The Rime of the Ancient Mariner?
Ans. 1797
Q. Coleridge once said, “I have a smack of Hamlet myself.” Why?
Ans. Because he was melancholic by nature like Hamlet

Q. In which poem does Coleridge refer to “My shaping spirit of imagination”?
Ans. Dejection: an Ode
Q. Coleridge married?
Ans. Sarah Fricker

Q. Who wrote the book Coleridge read that inspired the poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner?
Ans. Samuel Purchas
Q. Where did Coleridge get the visions he founded his poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner on?
Ans. In an opium dream

Q. Who wrote the poem “Poem To Coleridge”?
Ans. Wordsworth
Q. Coleridge was famous for his eyes. What color were they?
Ans. Grey
Q. A traveler asked Coleridge for directions and much of the vision’s images were lost. Where was this anonymous but legendary traveler from?
Ans. Porlock
Q. In the poem Kubla Khan, where did Kubla Khan build the dome?
Ans. Xanadu
Q. In Kubla Khan, what is the sacred river where the dome was built?
Ans. Alph

Q. Coleridge’s poem To A Friend is addressed to?
Ans. Charles Lamb
Q. Coleridge also wrote a tragedy in five acts titled……..?
Ans. Remorse
Q. In Kubla Khan, How many miles were walled in for the dome?
Ans. 10

Q. What was the astounding feature of the property in the poem Kubla khan?
Ans. A fountain in a chasm
Q. What instrument did the Abysyssinian maid play in the poem Kubla Khan?
Ans. Dulcimer

Q. With whom did Coleridge devise a plan to create a Pantisocracy?
Ans. Robert Southey
Q. Who called Coleridge “the sage of Highgate”?
Ans. Carlyle
Q. What mountain did the maid sing of in the poem Kubla Khan?
Ans. Abora
Q. What was the name of Coleridge’s son?
Ans. David Hartley Coleridge
Q. Who wrote Aids To Reflection?
Ans. Coleridge
Q. Most works of Coleridge are?
Ans. Fragmentory
Q. Why are most of Coleridge’s works fragmentory?
Ans. Because of Coleridge’s addiction to opium

Q. Who wrote the book Coleridge: The Damaged Archangel?
Ans. Norman Fruman

Q. Who introduced the words ‘selfless’ and ‘aesthetic’ to the English language?
Ans. Coleridge
Q. What did Charles Lamb say about Coleridge?
Ans. “His face when he repeats his verses hath its ancient glory”
Q. Who wrote The Nightingale?
Ans. Coleridge
Q. Coleridge himself calls his poem The Nightingale……….?
Ans. “A Conversation poem”
Q. Who is called, “the great dreamer of dreams?”
Ans. Coleridge

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