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Q. William Faulkner was given Nobel Prize in?
Ans. 1949
(D H Lawrence MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote, “What a piece of work is man. How noble in reason. How infinite in faculty?”

Ans. Shakespeare in his play Hamlet
(Shakespeare MCQ’s)
Q. Who is the most translated author of the world?

Ans. Lenin
(The Victorian Age MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the play Mother Courage?

Ans. Bertolt Brecht
Q. Wordsworth, Coleridge and Southey are known as?

Ans. The lake district poets
(Wordsworth MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the book entitled The Mother?

Ans. Pearl S. Buck
Q. Who is the heroine in Shakespeare’s play The Tempest?

Ans. Miranda
(The Tempest MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the novel Silas Marner?

Ans. George Eliot
(George Eliot MCQ’s)
Q. The name of Eppie’s mother in Silas Marner is?

Ans. Holly
Q. Who wrote Prince And The Pauper?

Ans. Mark Twain
(Francis Bacon MCQ’s)
Q. Whose translation of Aristotle’s Poetics is considered classic?

Ans. Ingram Bywates
Q. Who wrote the novel Agnes Grey?

Ans. Anne Bronte
(Rudyard Kipling MCQ’s)
Q. Family Reunion is the play by?

Ans. T.S Eliot
(T S Eliot MCQ’s)
Q. Who is the movement poet?

Ans. Philip Larkin
Q. After its translation into English, English Bible was placed in every church in?

Ans. 1536
Q. A Reed Shaken By The Wind is written by?

Ans. W.B Yeats
(W B Yeats MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote under the pseudonym of y.y?

Ans. Robert Lynd
Q. Who wrote The Rising Of The Moon?

Ans. Arnold Wesker
Q. Who wrote this about epic poetry, “As civilization advances, poetry almost necessarily declines?”

Ans. Macaulay
Q. Who wrote Juno And The Paycock?

Ans. Sean O’ Casey

Q. This line, “Affection may one day smile again, and till then, sit thee down, sorrow” can be found in?
Ans. Shakespeare’s play Love’s Labour’s Lost
Q. In Shakespeare’s play As You Like It, Rosalind loves?

Ans. Orlando
Q. Who said, “In Milton there is always an appearance of effort, in Shakespeare scarcely any?”

Ans. Mathew Arnold
(Matthew Arnold MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote The Decline And Fall Of Roman Empire?

Ans. Gibbon
Q. Rudyard Kipling’s novel Kim makes use of many of his childhood memories of?

Ans. India
(Philip Sidney MCQ’s)
Q. Bacon’s Essays first appeared in?

Ans. 1597
Q. Who wrote the poem Ruth?

Ans. Wordsworth
Q. Who wrote the novel Ruth?

Ans. Elizabeth Gaskell
Q. Mathew Arnold served for a long time as an?

Ans. Inspector of schools
Q. Fielding’s novels are called?

Ans. Comic epics in prose
(Henry Fielding MCQ’s)
Q. The name of flying island in Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels is?

Ans. Laputa
(Gulliver’s Travels MCQ’s)
Q. Dramatic Opinions And Essays is critical work by?

Ans. Bernard Shaw
(G B Shaw MCQ’s)
Q. Who said about Shakespeare, “Dear son of a memory, great heir of fame?”

Ans. Milton
(John Milton MCQ’s)
Q. The name of John Keats’ play is?

Ans. King Stephen
(John Keats MCQ’s)
Q. Charles Lamb also wrote a play named?

Ans. John Woodwill
Q. The first stage in the development of the English novel from the old romance is to be found in?

Ans. Chaucer’s time
(Chaucer MCQ’s)
Q. T.S Eliot served as Charles Norton Professor Of Poetry at?

Ans. Harvard
Q. What is the dominating passion in Othello?

Ans. Jealousy
Q. Milton became blind at the age of?

Ans. 43
Q. The Land Of Heart’s Desire is a play by?

Ans. W.B Yeats

Q. Who wrote the poem Ruth?
Ans. Wordsworth
Q. Who wrote, “In Milton there is always an appearance of effort, in Shakespeare scarcely any?”

Ans. Matthew Arnold
Q. Walter Scott wrote his first novel Waverly in?

Ans. Three months
(Walter Scott MCQ’s)
Q. What was the profession of John keats’ father?

Ans. Stable keeper
Q. Who said, “There need no ghost my lord, come from the grave, to tell us this?”

Ans. Hamlet in Shakespeare’s play Hamlet
Q. Chaucer was indebted to?

Ans. Homer
Q. Who helped Pitt in forming literary club?

Ans. Johnson
Q. The first complete collection of Shakespeare’s plays called the first folio was published in?

Ans. 1623
Q. The real profession of Anton Chekov was?

Ans. Carpentry
Q. Which female poetess had fascination for cigars?

Ans. Amy Lowell
Q. How many prizes does Sahitya Academy give every year?

Ans. 24
Q. Oliver Goldsmith died in?

Ans. 1774
Q. The Traveller by Oliver Goldsmith is?

Ans. A poem
Q. Who wrote the play The Good Natured Man?

Ans. Oliver Goldsmith
Q. Who wrote, “It’s a woman’s business to get married as soon as possible, and a man’s to keep unmarried as long as he can?”

Ans. Bernard Shaw in his play Man And Superman
Q. Who introduced Petrarchan sonnet into English?

Ans. Sidney
Q. The History Of Henry Vll is a classical book on Elizabethan era written by?

Ans. Bacon
(Charles Lamb MCQ’s)
Q. The best known satirical poem of Dryden is?

Ans. Absalom and Achitophel
Q. Samuel Butler’s book Hudibras is fashioned on?

Ans. Don Quixote
Q. Mary Edgeworth belongs to?

Ans. Romantic movement
Q. Who began the variety and excellence of prose style in 18th century?

Ans. Dryden
(John Dryden MCQ’s)
Q. Alexander Pope was undisputed master of?

Ans. Tragedy
(Alexander Pope MCQ’s)

Q. The Oxford Movement was essentially?
Ans. A religious movement
Q. The Oxford Movement was led by?

Ans. The teachers of Oxford University
Q. The Oxford Movement was?

Ans. Anti-rationalistic and interested in Biblical Miracles
Q. Who wrote on the origin of species?

Ans. Darwin
Q. Darwin’s On the origin of species came out in?

Ans. 1859
(Samuel Beckett MCQ’s)
Q. The second Reform Bill was passed in?

Ans. 1867
Q. The second Reform Bill had extended?

Ans. The Franchise
Q. Who wrote Culture and Anarchy?

Ans. Mathew Arnold
Q. Arnold’s Culture And Anarchy propounds?

Ans. Progressive and educative change
Q. What kind of changes could be seen in the later half of the 19th century?

Ans. Socio-political
Q. The socio-political changes in the later half of the 19th century resulted in?

Ans. British liberalism
Q. Who wrote Aurora Leigh?

Ans. Barrett browning
Q. How did Ruskin praise Aurora Leigh?

Ans. The greatest poem in the English language
(John Ruskin MCQ’s)
Q. Christina Rosetti usually deals with the themes of?

Ans. Death
Q. Who wrote The Blessed Damozel?

Ans. D. G Rosetti
Q. The Blessed Damozel is about?

Ans. The union of flesh and spirit
Q. D.G Rosetti was?

Ans. A Pre-Raphaelite
Q. Define Pre-Raphaelite?

Ans. A group of artists who sought to emulate the simplicity and sincerity of the work of Italian artists before the time of Raphael
(Heart of Darkness MCQ’s)
Q. Swinburne was an admirer of?

Ans. Both Baudelair and Blake
Q. Swinburne is known for?

Ans. The political passion worthy of Shelley

Q. The last words of Hamlet before his death were?
Ans. “The rest is silence”
(Hamlet MCQ’s)
Q. In which poem did Wordsworth express his views on transmigration and the immortality of the soul?

Ans. Ode On Intimations Of Immortality
Q. Milton’s Lycidas is?

Ans. Pastoral elegy
(John Milton MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the play Measure For Measure?

Ans. Shakespeare
(Shakespeare MCQ’s)
Q. The name of Macbeth’s wife was?

Ans. Lady Macbeth
(Macbeth MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote, “Milton thou shouldn’t be living at this hour?”

Ans. Wordsworth
Q. Coleridge’s Biographia Literaria was published in?

Ans. 1817
Q. The heroine of The Rape Of The Lock is?

Ans. Belinda
Q. Strafford is a play by?

Ans. Robert Browning
(Robert Browning MCQ’s)
Q. Bernard Shaw has dealt with the problem of organized prostitution in his play?

Ans. Mrs. Warren’s Profession
Q. Who wrote the play Death Of A Salesman?

Ans. Arthur Miller
(Death Of A Salesman MCQ’s)
Q. The first play to be acted on the American stage was?

Ans. The Prince Of Parthia by Thomas Godfrey
Q. The character Santiago figures in?

Ans. The Old Man And The Sea by Ernest Hemingway
Q. How many times was Robert Frost awarded the Pulitzer Prize?

Ans. Four
Q. Who wrote the novel Three Soldiers?

Ans. John Dos Passos
Q. Who is the hero in the novel Three Soldiers?

Ans. John Andrews
Q. Who is regarded as the Poets’ Poet?

Ans. Spenser
(Edmund Spenser MCQ’s)
Q. Who is the central figure in Emily Bronte’s novel Wuthering Heights?

Ans. Heathcliff
(Wuthering Heights MCQ’s)
Q. In Shakespeare’s play King Lear, King Lear had?

Ans. Three daughters
Q. Who said about Milton’s two poems, “Both are lyric poems in the form of plays?”

Ans. Macaulay

Q. Strafford is a play by?
Ans. Robert Browning
Q. Whose dying words were, “Crito, I owe a cock to Asclepius, will you remember to pay the debt?”

Ans. Socrates
Q. Who was opium addict?

Ans. Coleridge
(S T Coleridge MCQ’s)
Q. For whom did Samuel Beckett work as secretary for a long time?

Ans. James Joyce
(James Joyce MCQ’s)
Q. Where was Albert Camus born?

Ans. Algiers
Q. The lines, “The bright day is done/ and we are for the dark” are from?

Ans. Shakespeare’s play Antony and Cleopatra
Q. Which American dramatist wrote Desire Under The Elms?

Ans. Eugene O’Neil
(The Hairy Ape MCQ’s)
Q. Francis Thompson wrote poems about?

Ans. God
Q. Eugene O’Neil won nobel prize in?

Ans. 1936
Q. Where was Charles Dickens born?

Ans. Portsmouth
(Charles Dickens MCQ’s)
Q. Why are we indebted to James Boswell?

Ans. Because he gave us correct details about Johnson’s life
Q. Who was the first noteworthy poet of romantic revival?

Ans. Thomson
Q. Who called romantic movement, “liberalism in literature”?

Ans. Victor Hugo
Q. The last poem of William Cowper was?

Ans. The Castaway
Q. William Collins belongs to?

Ans. 18th century
Q. Richardson, Fielding and Goldsmith are considered to be the pioneers of?

Ans. Novel
(Samuel Richardson MCQ’s)
Q. Who wrote the autobiographical novel Confessions Of An English Opium Eater?

Ans. De Quincey
Q. Which novel of Jane Austen is considered the best from literary point of view?

Ans. Northanger Abbey
Q. Who wrote the romantic novel Rosamund Gray?

Ans. Charles Lamb
Q. Sir Walter Scott’s book The Talisman deals with?

Ans. The Crusaders

Q. When was London destroyed in Great Fire?
Ans. In 1666
Q. Who wrote the most obscene novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover?

Ans. D.H Lawrence
Q. When and where was the novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover first published privately?

Ans. In 1928 in Italy
Q. Who said, “The novelist is going to be the most potent of artists?”

Ans. H.G Wells
Q. What is Copular Verb?

Ans. Linking verb is also called Copular Verb. Example: I am a student. ‘Am’ is Copular or Linking Verb here
Q. Rudyard Kipling was born in?

Ans. Bombay
Q. Rudyard Kipling is considered?

Ans. An Anglo-Indian writer
Q. Who is the author of world famous Sherlock Holmes stories?

Ans. Conan Doyle
Q. Tennyson became Poet Laureate in?

Ans. 1850
(Tennyson MCQ’s)
Q. Which novel begins with, “While the present century was in its teens?”

Ans. Vanity Fair by Thackeray
Q. Which novel concludes with, “Ah vanitas vanitatum! Which of us is happy in this world?”

Ans. Vanity Fair by Thackeray
Q. What is a Chronicle Play?

Ans. A play dealing with some historical facts and personages. Shakespeare’s plays Henry IV, Richard II etc. are chronicle plays
Q. One important theme in the novels of Henry James is?

Ans. The contrast between European and American cultures
Q. Who wrote The Portrait Of A Lady?

Ans. Henry James
Q. The character Isabel Archer figures in?

Ans. The Portait Of A Lady by Henry James
Q. ESP stands for?

Ans. English For Specific Purposes
Q. W.H Auden was?

Ans. A left-wing poet
Q. Who is a left-wing?

Ans. A person who supports social equality
Q. Who wrote The Voyage Of The Beagle?

Ans. Darwin
Q. What is Acronym?

Ans. It is an abbreviation of several words in such a way that the abbreviation itself forms a word. Examples: NATO, UNESCO, NASA

Q. At what age Pope became famous with The Rape Of The Lock?
Ans. 24
Q. Rape Of The Lock is based on?

Ans. A small matter of the court which led to a great quarrel between two families
Q. Why did Alexander Pope write Moral Epistles?

Ans. As revenge upon his critics for criticizing his work Dunciad
Q. Joseph Andrews by Fielding was published in?

Ans. 1742
(Henry Fielding MCQ’s)
Q. Who said, “The principal object was to make the incident of common life interesting?” Ans. Wordsworth in Preface To The Lyrical Ballads
Q. What subtitle did Hardy add to his novel Tess?

Ans. A Pure Woman
Q. What is Incunabula?

Ans. Books produced in the infacy of printing from movable types
Q. English letter which occurs most often in writing?

Ans. E
Q. Why were Aristotle, Ovid and Euripides banished from their country?

Ans. For their writing
Q. Britain recognized the independence of the American Colonies?

Ans. In 1783
Q. The first poem of Keats was?

Ans. Stopping By Woods
Q. Who is Walt Whitman mourning in his poem O Captain, My Captain?

Ans. Abraham Lincoln
Q. Who wrote the novel The God Of Small Things?

Ans. Arunadati Roy
Q. Which prize did Arunadati receive for her novel The God Of Small Things?

Ans. Booker Prize
Q. The last novel of khushwant Singh is?

Ans. Delhi
Q. Eyre in Jane Eyre is pronounced as?

Ans. Air
Q. Pulitzer Prize is awarded for?

Ans. Journalism
Q. Who died due to over indulgence of food and drink?

Ans. O’ Henry
Q. Which author frequently refused royalty payments as he wrote for glory?

Ans. Byron
(Lord Byron MCQ’s)
Q. Who said, “We have no more right to consume happiness without producing it than to consume wealth without producing it?”

Ans. G.B Shaw in his play Candida

Q. Who first translated the Bible into English?
Ans. John Wycliffe
Q. Which version of the Bible did Wycliffe use for the translation?

Ans. Latin
Q. The name of the fictional inn where the pilgrims of the Canterbury tales met is?

Ans. Tabard
(Prologue To The Canterbury Tales MCQ’s)
Q. What is the reward suggested by Harry Bailey for the best story told by pilgrims in The Canterbury Tales?

Ans. The rest of the pilgrims were to offer a supper
Q. Who does Lowes refer to by saying, “He found English a dialect and left it a language?” Ans. Chaucer

(Chaucer MCQ’s)
Q. Who described Chaucer as the well of English undefiled ?

Ans. Spenser
Q. The well of English undefiled, this quality of Chaucer refers to?

Ans. His avoidance of foreign influence
Q. Who introduced thru heroic couplet in English?

Ans. Chaucer
Q. Chaucer is known as the earliest of great moderns, why ?

Ans. Because of his realism, humor and rejection of medieval times
Q. How many pilgrims are there in Prologue To The Canterbury Tales?

Ans. 29
Q. Who lived during the ages of Edward ll, Richard ll and Henry IV?

Ans. Chaucer
Q. According to Arnold, Chaucer is lacking in?

Ans. High seriousness
Q. Why Long called Prologue To The Canterbury Tales, the prologue to modern fiction? Ans. Because of its narrative unity
Q. Who is known as the morning star of reformation?

Ans. John Wycliffe
Q. In which month groups of pilgrims used to march towards Canterbury?

Ans. April
Q. Which modern poet alluded to Chaucer in one of his poems?

Ans. T.S Eliot
Q. Arnold’s judgement about Chaucer is?

Ans. Chaucer is not as great as the classicists
Q. Lollards are the followers of?

Ans. John Wycliffe
Q. The dialect that Chaucer used was?

Ans. East Midland
Q. Who called Chaucer, “the father of English poetry?”

Ans. Matthew Arnold

Q. Cromwell the dictator was influenced by?
Ans. The prince (a literary work)
Q. Spanish Armada was defeated in?

Ans. 1588
Q. Who is the writer of The Parliament Of Fowles?

Ans. Geoffrey Chaucer
Q. Who are Valentine and Proteus?

Ans. They are the two gentlemen in The Two Gentlemen Of Verona
Q. Calvin was?

Ans. A French reformer
Q. The poem that Spenser wrote in honor of his marriage?

Ans. Epithalamion
Q. In what form did Spenser write a preface to Faerie Queene?

Ans. In the form of a letter
Q. Whom did Spenser address in that letter?

Ans. Walter Raleigh
Q. Whom does prince Arthur, the hero in the Faerie Queene is to marry in the end?

Ans. Gloriana
Q. What is Astrophel?

Ans. It is an elegy written by Spenser
Q. Who did Spenser commemorate in Astrophel?

Ans. Sidney
Q. Who wrote The Masque Of Beauty?

Ans. Ben Jonson
(Ben Jonson MCQ’s)
Q. What is known as the first monument of modern socialism?

Ans. Utopia written by Thomas Moore
Q. William Tyndale published the Bible in?

Ans. 1522
Q. What languages did Tyndale use for his translation of the Bible?

Ans. Original Greek and Hebrew
Q. Who introduced the sonnet to English literature?

Ans. Thomas Wyatt
Q. Gloriana in the Faerie Queene refers to?

Ans. Queen Elizabeth l
Q. The great East India Company was founded in?

Ans. 1599
Q. Whose words are these, “A noble and puissant nation, rousing herself like a strong man after sleep and shaking her invincible locks?”

Ans. The words of Milton about Elizabethan age
Q. What is Areopagus?

Ans. A group of young men who transplanted classical meters in English during the Elizabethan age

Q. Beginning of Seven Years War?
Ans. 1756
Q. Who wrote the novel The Plumed Serpent?

Ans. D.H Lawrence
Q. In The Plumed Serpent, D.H Lawrence stresses…?

Ans. Primitive value system
Q. What is common between The Waste Land by T.S Eliot and Ulysses by James Joyce? Ans. Both were published in 1922. And both present similar views on the predicament of modern man
Q. What is an Anti-Novel?

Ans. There is no Plot, no Characterization and no relations of Time and Space
Q. H.G Wells has used his novels?

Ans. For didactic purpose
Q. The interest of H.G Wells in many of his novels is?

Ans. The problem of the adjustment of an individual with their society
Q. Who described himself, “My face looks like a wedding cake left out in the rain?”

Ans. W.H Auden
Q. Toni Morrison was Given Nobel Prize in?

Ans. 1993
Q. Who wrote Darkness at Noon?

Ans. Arthur Koestler
Q. Who was Arthur Koestler?

Ans. A Hungarian-born British Novelist
Q. “Inscape” and “Instress” and “Sprung Rhythm” are associated with?

Ans. G.M Hopkins
Q. What is Allomorph?

Ans. Any of two or more actual representations of a morpheme, such as the plural endings ‘s’ (as in bats ), ‘z’ (as in bugs ), and ‘ɪz’ (as in buses)
Q. Who wrote the novel Finnegan’s Wake?

Ans. James Joyce
Q. James Joyce’s novel Finnegan’s Wake is about?

Ans. The study of the history of the human race from its earliest beginnings
Q. Mr. Earwicker, a character figures in?

Ans. Finnegan’s Wake by James Joyce
Q. Ted Hughes became Poet Laureate in?

Ans. 1984
Q. Who used the term “New Critics” for the first time?

Ans. J.E. Spingarn
Q. Who wrote, “Our civilization comprehends great variety and complexity?”

Ans. T.S Eliot
Q. Who was the Editor of the international journal, The Criterion?

Ans. T.S Eliot

Q. In Lyrical Ballads wordsworth dealt with?
Ans. A. Description of nature b. Supernatural incidents
Q. Who called Wordsworth a lost leader?

Ans. Robert Browning
Q. Who called Wordsworth a moral eunch?

Ans. Shelley.
Q. Why was Wordsworth called a lost leader and a moral eunch?
Ans. A. Because he was disillusioned with France. B. He became tory. C. He supported the status quo of England towards the end of his career
Q. What should be the language of Poetry according to Wordsworth?
Ans. Language really used by men.

Q. What should be the subject matter of poetry according to Wordsworth?
Ans. Incidents and situations from common life
Q. What did Mathew Arnold say about Wordsworth?
Ans. Next only to Shakespeare and Milton
Q. Who wrote the principal object was to make the incidents of common life interesting?
Ans. Wordsworth in preface to the Lyrical Ballads.

Q. Who wrote in all things in all natures, in the stars this active principle abides?
Ans. Wordsworth
Q. What is Wordsworth talking about in all things in all natures, in the stars this active principle abides?
Ans. The spiritualization of nature
Q. Mathew Arnold was?
Ans. A good admirer of Wordsworth.

Q. What did Arnold say about the work of Wordsworth after 1808?
Ans. All that Wordsworth wrote did not please Arnold
Q. Who wrote this lime tree Bower my prison?
Ans. Coleridge.

Q. Coleridge’s This Lime-tree Bower My Prison is addressed to?
Ans. Charles Lamb
Q. Who was the critic that divided imagination into primary and secondary imagination?
Ans. Coleridge.

Q. As a philosopher, Coleridge was interested in?
Ans. the philosophy of German
Q. Why does Coleridge deal with the supernatural?
Ans. Because the supernatural elements express our inward nature.

Q. Who wrote The Ancient Mariner?
Ans. Coleridge

(S T Coleridge MCQ’s)
Q. Who killed the albatross in The Ancient Mariner?
Ans. The Mariner
Q. Who wrote o lady, we receive but what we give/ And in our life alone does Nature live? Ans. Coleridge

Q. Papal aggression took place in?
Ans. 1850
Q. Who said, “My love is like a red red rose?”

Ans. Robert Burns
Q. Who considers the play Hamlet to be an artistic failure?

Ans. T.S Eliot
Q. Which influence is shown in the work of G.B Shaw?

Ans. German
Q. T.S Eliot shows a bent towards?

Ans. Victorianism
Q. Mrs. Dalloway is the masterpiece of?

Ans. Virginia Woolf
(Virginia Woolf MCQ’s)
Q. The central figure among the Victorian poets is?

Ans. Tennyson
Q. Robert Browning is known for?

Ans. Dramatic Monologues
Q. The Arcadia by Philip Sidney is?

Ans. A Romance
Q. Who wrote The Crown Of Wild Olive?

Ans. Ruskin
(John Ruskin MCQ’s)
Q. In 1857, Mathew Arnold as professor of poetry at Oxford gave his inaugural lecture in? Ans. Latin
Q. The second generation of the romantic poets (Shelley, Byron, Keats) was dead by? Ans. 1825
Q. Who said, “I deal with all periods but I never study any period but the present?”

Ans. Joseph Conrad
(Joseph Conrad MCQ’s)
Q. Hero And Hero Worship is written by?

Ans. Carlyle
(Thomas Carlyle MCQ’s)
Q. Which poem of Tennyson was particularly liked by Queen Victoria?

Ans. Charge Of The Light Brigade
Q. Hardy’s nature was?

Ans. Vindictive
(Thomas Hardy MCQ’s)
Q. The personal name Lucy in Wordsworth’s poetry stands for?

Ans. Nobody. It is taken from folk song heroines
Q. Indian mutiny took place in?

Ans. 1857
Q. Oscar Wilde believed in?

Ans. Aestheticism
(Oscar Wilde MCQ’s)
Q. The correct date of French Revolution is?

Ans. 1789-1799

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