Emily Dickinson MCQs Part 02 l Emily Dickinson Quiz l Emily Dickinson

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(Emily Dickinson MCQs Part 01)

Q. Emily Dickinson’s poetry was heavily influenced by……..of the 17th century England?
Ans. The metaphysical poets
Q. “Belle of Amherst” or the “Nun of Amherst” were the posthumous nicknames of…….?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. What was Emily Dickinson’s favorite subject in her school?
Ans. Botany
Q. Emily Dickinson had literary affinity with…….?
Ans. Emerson
Q. Who is the writer of My Sabbath?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. The poem Sunset has been written by……?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. In poems of Emily Dickinson, one finds turn of wit and elliptical mataphors as in……?
Ans. The metaphysical poets
Q. Which poet did Emily Dickinson often quote in conversation?
Ans. Longfellow
Q. The name of the newspaper editor who published the first poem of Dickinson was…….?
Ans. Samuel Bowles
Q. Emily Dickinson’s poetry represents……..?
Ans. Interior life
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Q. The Letters of Emily Dickinson introduces the reader to………?
Ans. The mind of the poetess
Q. The study of Emily Dickinson’s works is puzzling because of her…….?
Ans. Being a prolific poetess
Q. Who wrote Because I Could Not Stop For Death?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Who wrote I Heard A Fly Buzz When I Died?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Emily Dickinson can be described as a poetess……..?
Ans. Expressing her voice of the self honestly
Q. Emily Dickinson considered the speaker in her poems to be……..?
Ans. An imaginary person
Q. In Emily Dickinson’s poems, death sometimes takes the form of…….?
Ans. A lover
Q. Emily Dickinson was born in……..?
Ans. 1830
Q. Emily Dickinson died in……..?
Ans. 1886
Q. How many poems were written by Emily Dickinson?
Ans. Nearly 1800
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Q. Who wrote the poem Ghosts?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Who wrote The Snake?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Emily Dickinson drafted her first letter relating to whom?
Ans. Someone she loved
Q. How many poems of Emily Dickinson were published during her life?
Ans. Ten
(Some say seven. Keep both in mind)
Q. In most of her poems, Emily Dickinson equates beauty with………?
Ans. Immortality
Q. Who wrote The Soul Selects Her Own Society?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. In Emily Dickinson’s poem By The Sea, the sea is the symbol of………?
Ans. Death
Q. Emily Dickinson was a/an………poetess?
Ans. American
Q. Who wrote I Died For Beauty?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Who wrote Success?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
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Q. Emily Dickinson was a recluse and talked to visitors through…….?
Ans. Doors
Q. Emily Dickinson’s birthplace was……..?
Ans. Amherst, Massachusetts
Q. Emily Dickinson’s father was………?
Ans. A lawyer
Q. Emily Dickinson was the……..of her parents?
Ans. Second child and first daughter
Q. Emily Dickinson’s father was also elected to……….?
Ans. Congress
Q. Emily Dickinson’s father was a……..?
Ans. Senator
Q. Because I could not Stop for Death tells about the……..of death?
Ans. Inevitability
Q. In I Heard a Fly Buzz, When I Died, the room felt very……..?
Ans. Still
Q. How many lyrics of Emily Dickinson deal with death?
Ans. More than 500 lyrics
Q. Emily Dickinson lived in a house from where she observed the funeral processions passing by to the adjacent cemetery for…….?
Ans. Fifteen years
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Q. How many poems were written by Emily Dickinson from 1863 to 1865?
Ans. 400
Q. Emily Dickinson’s work was initially criticized for its unique……?
Ans. Grammar
Q. Emily Dickinson spent the last fifteen years of her life locked up in her……..?
Ans. House
Q. Emily Dickinson was very influenced by………..?
Ans. The novel Jane Eyre
Q. Death in Because I could not Stop for Death is personified as……..?
Ans. Kindly Gentleman
Q. How long has it been since the speaker in “Because I could not Stop for Death” died?
Ans. Centuries
Q. Emily Dickinson was a huge fan of………?
Ans. Shakespeare
Q. Emily Dickinson’s poetic interest was renewed in………?
Ans. The early 1870s
Q. One of Emily Dickinson’s closest companions in her life was………?
Ans. Her dog
Q. Whose life was portrayed on film in 2016 with the release of the film A Quiet Passion? Ans. Emily Dickinson

Q. People in Amherst made up some names for Emily Dickinson. The most popular ones were………?
Ans. the “Myth of Amherst” and “The nun of Amherst
Q. Emily Dickinson had an erotic attachment to her brother’s wife named……..?
Ans. Susan
Q. Emily Dickinson formed a friendship with Samuel Bowles in……….?
Ans. 1858
Q. ‘I felt a Funeral, in my Brain’ is one of Dickinson’s most well-known poems on…….? Ans. Mental health
Q. Who wrote The Brain?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Emily Dickinson died from………?
Ans. Bright’s disease
Q. The accumulation of stress throughout Emily Dickinson’s life also contributed to her………?
Ans. Premature death
Q. Many of Emily Dickinson’s poems refer to………?
Ans. An invisible lover
Q. Despite her family’s strong political tradition, Emily Dickinson was unconcerned with………?
Ans. Politics
Q. Emily Dickinson made her mind to become a private poet in………?
Ans. 1862
(Because a public poet needed audience)

Q. Emily Dickinson adopted seclusion because of her discomfort and shyness in……….? Ans. Social situations
Q. Emily Dickinson’s poems were published……….?
Ans. Four years after her death
Q. Emily Dickinson did not believe in……..?
Ans. God
Q. Emily Dickinson was not a fan of traditional………?
Ans. Punctuation
Q. Emily Dickinson was a…………. because she rejected marriage and religion?
Ans. Rebel
Q. Emily Dickinson never published anything under her own……..?
Ans. Name
Q. Emily Dickinson had………….. problems in her thirties?
Ans. Vision
Q. Emily Dickinson lived near her family for her……….?
Ans. Entire life
Q. The identity of the man Emily Dickinson loved is a……….?
Ans. Mystery
Q. Emily Dickinson suffered from severe……?
Ans. Anxiety

Q. It’s a myth that Emily Dickinson only wore……….?
Ans. White
Q. Emily Dickinson was a major……….?
Ans. Gardener
Q. The Dickinson family were devout………?
Ans. Calvinists
Q. Emily Dickinson had a strained relationship with both of her………?
Ans. Parents
Q. Complete edition of Emily Dickinson’s letters was published in……..?
Ans. Three volumes
Q. Emily Dickinson died at the age of……….?
Ans. 55
Q. Where did Emily Dickinson go for eye treatment?
Ans. Boston
Q. Emily Dickinson attended………?
Ans. Amherst Academy
Q. Emily Dickinson graduated from the Amherst academy after six years of……..?
Ans. Irregular attendance
Q. Emily Dickinson entered into complete isolation in…….?
Ans. 1874

Q. Emily Dickinson’s friendship with her father’s friend Otis Lord developed into……..?
Ans. A love attachment
Q. Emily Dickinson suffered a nervous collapse after the death of………?
Ans. Otis Lord
Q. Helen Hunt was the friend of………?
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. What emotional wreck left Emily Dickinson with nothing but poetry?
Ans. Her love for Charles Wadsworth
Q. In several of Emily Dickinson’s poems, seasonal change becomes a symbol for…….?
Ans. Inner change
Q. Which American essayist did Emily Dickinson carry out a life long correspondence with, after seeing his opinion about her poetry?
Ans. T W Higginson
Q. What sort of rhyming device does Emily Dickinson often employ?
Ans. Slant rhyme
Q. Emily Dickinson’s most dominant theme is……..?
Ans. Death
Q. Emily Dickinson was also influenced by John Keats and Robert Browning?
Ans. True
Q. Emily Dickinson called her poems’ booklet as………?
Ans. Fascicles

Q. Emily Dickinson and her sister Lavinia never………?
Ans. Married
Q. Who said, “The brain is wider than the sky?”
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. Who said, “If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain?”
Ans. Emily Dickinson
Q. The New York Times claimed Emily Dickinson would soon be known amongst the……….?
Ans. Immortals of English poets
Q. After her death, her close sister……….published her poems?
Ans. Vinnie
Q. Emily Dickinson belonged to……..?
Ans. 19th century
Q. Emily Dickinson spent two months in Washington in………?
Ans. 1855
Q. Emily Dickinson often thought of herself like a……….?
Ans. Child
Q. Emerson, Thoreau, Dickens, Ruskin, Browning and Bronte sisters were the writers Emily Dickinson chose………..?
Ans. For reading
Q. The voice in Emily Dickinson’s poetry is that of a……….?
Ans. Disobedient and rebellious child
Q. Emily Dickinson was deeply affected by a winter religious revival, but failed to convert in……….?
Ans. 1846
(Emily Dickinson MCQs Part 01)

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