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Q. A recurrent image in Keats’ poetry is?
Ans. Fanny Brawne. She was his beloved
Q. Keats gave up the field of medicine for poetry in?
Ans. 1817
Q. Keats’ admiration for the middle ages is evident from?
Ans. His use of the ballad form
Q. Which career did Keats give up to become a poet?
Ans. Medicine
Q. Keats never finished his long poem……?
Ans. Hyperion
Q. In On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer, what name did Keats accidentally substitute for Balboa?
Ans. Kortez
Q. Keats shared with both Wordsworth and Coleridge the view that great poetry grows from?
Ans. Deep suffering
Q. Who wrote Ode To Poets?
Ans. Keats

(John Keats MCQ’s)
Q. Ode To Poets by Keats is addressed to?
Ans. Beaumont and Fletcher
Q. In which ode did Keats use Love, Ambition and Poesy as allegorical figures?
Ans. Ode On Indolence

Q. The Grecian Urn actually immortalizes?
Ans. Human artistic activity
Q. Keats’ work When I Have Fears That I May Cease To Be is a……..?
Ans. Sonnet. In it he depicts a desolate shore
Q. Escapism can be noticed in Keats’ work?
Ans. Ode To The Nightingale
Q. What personal fear does Keats touch upon in When I Have Fears That I May Cease To Be?
Ans. Dying young
Q. Which characters die at the end of The Eve of St. Agnes?
Ans. Beadsman and Angela
Q. In La Belle Dame Sans Merci, what does the beautiful lady do to the knight?
Ans. Sings him to sleep

Q. Pure poet is the title given to?
Ans. Keats
Q. Keats was born in?
Ans. 1795. He died in 1821
Q. Who published Keats’ sonnet O Solitude?
Ans. Leigh Hunt
Q. None of the characters in La Belle Dame Sans Merci are given names?
Ans. True

(A Thing of Beauty MCQs)

Q. In Ode To Psyche, Keats built the Greek Goddess a……..?
Ans. Shrine
Q. In Ode To A Grecian Urn, Keats ponders…….?
Ans. Life after death

Q. Which magazine criticized Keats’ Endymion as nonsense?
Ans. Blackwood Magazine
Q. Lord Byron called Keats?
Ans. A tadpole of the lakes
Q. Which sonnet sparked Keats’ literary fame in 1816?
Ans. On First Looking Into Chapman’s Homer
Q. “Ode on Melancholy” is the shortest of Keats’ odes?
Ans. True
Q. Two major themes of Ode To A Nightingale are?
Ans. The power of imagination And an easy and painless death
Q. Who wrote Lamia?
Ans. Keats

Q. What did Keats write about Homer?
Ans. Standing aloof in giant ignorance/of thee I hear
Q. Keats’ Ode To Psyche consists of?
Ans. 67 lines

Q. What is the theme of The Eve Of St. Agnes?
Ans. Love and adventure

Q. The line “Save wings, for heaven” is in?
Ans. The Eve Of St. Agnes
Q. The line, “Your Cordage large uprooting from the skull” is in?
Ans. Ode on Melancholy
Q. The poem Ode On A Grecian Urn describes?
Ans. How perfect art is when compared with natural things that change and grow old

Q. What did Robert Bridges say about Hyperion?
Ans. I cannot name an English poem of the same length which contains so much beauty as this
Q. Who wrote To Autumn?
Ans. Keats
Q. The ‘Letters’ of Keats were published in?
Ans. 1848
Q. The names of Keats’ friends?
Ans. Joseph Severn and Cowden Clarke
Q. The main theme of Endymion is?
Ans. Search for an ideal love and happiness beyond earthly possibility

Q. The urn in Keats’ Ode On A Grecian Urn represents?
Ans. Truth is beauty, beauty truth

Q. What was Keats reading when he composed Ode On Melancholy?
Ans. Burton’s Anatomy Of Melancholy
Q. Who said, “I shall be among the English poets after my death?”
Ans. Keats
Q. Keats died in?
Ans. Rome. He died of Tuberculosis
Q. The name of Keats’ wife?
Ans. Fanny Brawne
Q. Keats’ father was?
Ans. Stable Keeper


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