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PostPosted: 21/02/2007 18:21 
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BUNA TUTUROR! MA NUMESC ROXANA. AS DORI SA VA ROG DACA AVETI CUMVA RASPUNSURILE LA ACEASTA MATERIE. PANA ACUM EU AM DOAR 3 RASP :-/ . MULTIPLE CHOICE:
1)C
2)A
3)A
4)B
5)A
6)B
4,5,6 NU SUNT SIGURA


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PostPosted: 21/02/2007 19:02 
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inca nu le-am rez...la mine asta e ultimul examen in 29 martie...ma stresez cu celelalte pana atunci


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PostPosted: 21/02/2007 19:34 
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Mai am ceva rezolvat, sa ma corectati daca cumva am gresit.O sa scriu direct rezultatul.
True/Fals:
1)True
2)true
3)true
7)true
8)true
10)false
12)false
14)true
Choose the correct answer:
6)b
7)b
8)b
9)a
10)a
11)a
12)b
13b


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PostPosted: 22/02/2007 18:55 
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:-) salut ,
deocamdata eu am foarte putine rezolvate dar cum voi reusi sa mai fac ceva le voi posta , sa ne confruntam rezolvarile , daca aveti nouatati va rog postatile si voi ,doar asa vom reusi sa ajungem larezolvari corecte fara cursuri ,eu sunt in anul 3 ID.
1-t ,2-t ,3-t ,4-t,5-f,6-f,7-t,8-f,9-t,10-f,11-t,12-f,13-t,14-t,15-t,23-t,33-t,34-f

maria roxana wrote:
Mai am ceva rezolvat, sa ma corectati daca cumva am gresit.O sa scriu direct rezultatul.
True/Fals:
1)True
2)true
3)true
7)true
8)true
10)false
12)false
14)true
Choose the correct answer:
6)b
7)b
8)b
9)a
10)a
11)a
12)b
13b


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 Post subject: Re: buna fetelor
PostPosted: 23/02/2007 17:06 
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Haideti sa facem ceva cu Ist. lit. enlg. ! Eu pana maine sper sa reusesc sa fac subiectele si sa le postez. Hai si voi, pls! HAI HAI HAI :-)


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PostPosted: 24/02/2007 23:32 
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TRUE/FALSE

TRUE:1,2,5,6,8,11,12,14,15,17,19,22,23,24,25,26,27,31,32,33,34,36,38,39,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,52,54,55,56,58,59,60,63,64,67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,
FALSE:3,4,7,9,10,13,16,18,20,21,28,29,30,35,37,40,49,50,51,53,65,66,75,76

62,61,57-???

LA CELE DE LA MULTIPLE CHOICE MAI LUCREZ SPER SA LE POSTEZ MAINE

ASTEPT SI ALTE PARERI,POATE AM GRESIT UNELE


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PostPosted: 25/02/2007 01:14 
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:-) BUNA
Deocamdata cam asa stau cu rezolvarile :
9-f ,19-f ,17-t ,18-f, 19-t,20-f,21-f ,22-27 -t, 28-f, 32-t ,33-t,35-f,36-t, 37-f, 38,39-t,
40-f41-t,42-f43-46-t,47-f,48-t,49-f,50-t,51-f,52-t,53-f,54-56-t, 58-60-t,63-64-t,65-67-f,68-72-t,75,76-f
multiple choice :1-c, 3-a,4-a,6-b ,7-b, 8-b, 9-a, 10-a, 11-a, 12-b, 13-b,18-a,19-b,
23-b,24-a,25-b,26-b,27-c,28-a,29-c,33-b,42-b,48-b,49-b,57-b,58-a,59-a,67-c,
68-a,69-b,70-b,78-b,79-c...plus ce am mai postat ... restul inca n-am facut ,cand voi avea mai multe am sa le postez ,dar daca ati mai lucrat sa le confruntam va rog postati-le , va urez spor la treaba ! pa, noapte buna ! :-)


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PostPosted: 25/02/2007 13:27 
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Am cateva completari : 14 B, 15 A sau B, 16 B, 17 A, 20 C, 31 B, 35 B, 39 B ... revin !!


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PostPosted: 26/02/2007 21:25 
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Nu as mai reveni cu alte completari pt k a fost supernaspa la examen. L-am luat, dar ... cu greu :). Va urez mai multa bafta decat am avut eu!


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PostPosted: 26/02/2007 22:50 
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O sa afisez doar ce nu am in comun cu voi si cred ca e gresit. pana acum am observat ca unele coincid ;-deci sunt bine. 34)-T este un poem religios dar nu stiu daca este true i sfarsitul prop.
61)-F, 62)-F, 69)-F,2)a,3)a,5)a,14)b,15)b.La choose the correct answer, m-am confruntat si am la fel ca Angi.Postez ce nu are Angi si sa ma corectati daca credeti ca e gresit.
16,17,18,41,43??
20-b,21-a,22-c,30-b,31-b,32-b,34-a,35-c,36-a,37-b,38-c,39-b,46-a,52-a,63-a,64-b,65-b,67-c,75-b,77-b.Noapte buna


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aly2006 poate ne poti ajuta(inca nu am dat) si pe noi cu unele indicatii.merci


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PostPosted: 28/02/2007 18:45 
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Eu pot numai sa afisez ce rezultate am avut eu, dar nu - ti pot spune care sunt corecte si care nu. Asa ca ... :
FALSE: 3.4.7.9.10.13.16.18.20.21.28.29.30.35.37.40.49.50.51.53.65.66.75.76
multiple choise :
1c, 2a, 3a, 4a, 5a, 6b, 7b, 8b, 9a, 10a, 11a, 12b, 13b, 14b, 15 a, 16b, 17a, 18a, 19b, 20c, 23b, 24a, 25b, 26b, 27c, 28a, 29c, 31b, 33b, 35b, 39b, 42b, 48b, 48b, 57b, 58a,59a, 68a, 69b, 70b, 78b, 79c.


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PostPosted: 02/03/2007 10:36 
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am auzit un zvon:cica din sem.II nu se mai afiseaza teste pe net.inveti si te duci la examen-au facut cei de la zi galagie


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mereu oana elena wrote:
am auzit un zvon:cica din sem.II nu se mai afiseaza teste pe net.inveti si te duci la examen-au facut cei de la zi galagie
. Ar fi rau daca s-ar intampla asa pt ca sigur am pica f. multi.Eu sper sa nu se intample asa ceva.pa pa


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72)-b
50)-c; 62)-b.Nu stiu sigur poate imi confirmati daca voi asa ati gasit.


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 Post subject: Buna Fetelor !!!
PostPosted: 03/03/2007 16:51 
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:-) salut , ce mai faceti ??? Aveti vreo noutate ?? Cand aveti examen la
ist. lit engleze ??Eu voi avea saptamana viitoare. Ati mai lucrat ceva ??? Bafta ! ,pa :-)


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 Post subject: IATA REZOLVAREA FINALA!
PostPosted: 04/03/2007 12:11 
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:-) BUNA FETELOR !

Ma intreb si eu oare din cei peste 200 de vizitatori numai noi patru am lucrat ??? ce ar fi daca si altii ar spune macar atat ca e bine din ce am facut sau ce nu ???
sa aiba o parere ptr. ca sunt precisa ca au lucrat si ei , dar se multumesc cu o cofruntare partiala.
Cam astea sunt rezolvarile mele , daca sunt nepotriviri cu rezolvarile voastre
anuntati-ma va rog frumos :
LLR_3_1_ILE
TRUE- aici sunt doar cele adevarate :
1. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
George Eliot’s early novels – Adam Bede, The Mill on the Floss, Silas Marner are cast
in the alert rhythms of social developments in mid 19th century.
2. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
George Eliot’s early novels – Adam Bede, The Mill on the Floss, Silas Marner are cast
in agrarian, pre-industrial England.
3. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
George Eliot conceived human nature in mythic, idealized proportions, to suit her dramatic
plots.
4. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Tennyson in his lyric pieces is the poet of moods, of sensuous obsessive imagery.
5. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Tennyson’s Mariana and The Lady of Shalott are physically locked, isolated within their
space, while mentally they are at ease because they are insulated against intrusions.
8.
State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
The sensational novel, the “silver-fork” novel, the “Newgate” novel were varieties of the
Victorian romance.
11. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
George Eliot’s deterministically structured fictional world is focused on the middling
heroism of self-renunciation.
12. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
A. Tennyson would not associate his intimate issues and crises with his nation’s public
issues.
14. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
In his dramatic monologues Browning explored the multiplicity of selves within apparently
unitary personalities.
15. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
In “My Last Duchess”, the speaker’s flow of speech splits the time sequence into a couple
of scenes, chronology-observant.
17. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Hardy’s self-conscious, enduring protagonists are his mythic archetypes of human
endurance.
19. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Tennyson’s way of exploring moods is associating themes, messages, characters e.g.
Ulysses and Tithonus.
22. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
As a modern poet of singular expression, Browning wrote about distant historical ages and
characters, and, indirectly, about his times of doctrinal debates, contrasts and paradoxes.
23. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Browning’s impressive portraits of contemporary artists and art connoisseurs fascinated
the Victorian reader as confusing studies of aesthetics, sex and immorality prefiguring the
fin de siècle’s aestheticism of W. Pater, O. Wilde, Ch. Baudelaire.
24.
State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
In his volume of poems, Men and Women, Browning conceived human nature
mythically.
25.
State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
With few exceptions, the Victorian novelists accepted to have their plots, characters, taboo
issues, or sentiment “tailored” by the often semi-literate popular taste of their readers.
26. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
The Victorian novel continued the traditions of realism and romance into an age of modern
liberal ideas, of self-awareness, of social and moral responsibility.
27. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
The English 19th century realism is actually personalized “realisms” of each and every
major author.
29. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
In “The Mill on the Floss”, the Tullivers have a remarkable sense of humour which saves
them in the moments of family tensions.
30. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
In “The Mill on the Floss”, the humorous portrait of Mrs. Tulliver reveals her as
deliciously unaware of her involuntary humour.
31. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
St. Ogg, the legendary patron of the town bearing his name in“The Mill on the Floss” was
a poor boater rewarded for his pity by the Blessed Virgin herself.
32. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
A sense of belatedness and distance separates Tennyson’s lyrics from the Romantic lyrics
of the previous age.
33. State if the following statement is TRUE or FALSE:
Tennyson’s melodious, ornate verse recalls the poetic tradition of Shakespeare,
Wordsworth, Keats.
35. State if the following statements are True or False:
In Hardy’s fictional ancestral agrarian communities, the folk live by traditional pagan
practices.
36. In The Mill on the Floss, the Tullivers are places against the Dodsons.
38. Ulysses, in Tennyson’s poem, perceives the world as unlimited.
39. R. Browning’s “Two in the Campagna” is a lyric of love as perfect fusion between the
lovers.
character’s inward competing drives materialized in free will choices.
41. George Eliot was an impressively self-taught intellectual, of countryside extraction, an
equal of the most scholarly male minds of the time.
42. The picaresque plays an important role in George Eliot’s novels.
43. For George Eliot, Man is totally severed from his past.
44. Tennyson is remarkable for picturing moods.
45. R. Browning wrote long, elaborately cryptic, erudite poems.
46. R. Browning’s perception of the Renaissance spirit as fullness of experience – physical,
emotional, intellectual – is suggested by the line: “to strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.”
48. For George Eliot, Man is totally severed from his past
52. Tennyson was the one who invented the dramatic monologue
54. In most of Browning’s dramatic monologues it is very easy to discern the relationship of the poet to his speaker
55. It is obvious from his poems that Browning did not enjoy experimenting with language and syntax
56. Browning ‘s poems reflect the spirit of the age in which they were written but not its life
57. Hetty Sorrel is an aristocrat NU STIU
58. In The Mill on the Floss, Maggie's history contains mostly outward events being less concerned with her inner life
59. In Idylls of the King, Tennyson poses the question of the exhaustion of the Western civilisation
60. Tennyson’s Idylls of the King uses the body of Greek legend to construct a vision of the rise and fall of civilisation
63. Amongst Browning’s favourite characters are bishops and painters of the Renaissance and musicians of eighteenth-century Germany
64. The portraits in Browning’s poems explore problems of the human psyche in moments of tension and self evaluation
66. In Browning’s My Last Duchess we as readers reconstruct a story that is not different from the one the duke is telling
67. Mr Tulliver is a fragile, meek, easy-going person
68. George Eliot’s character, Maggie Tulliver, is finally defined by her self resignation, ethical
responsibility
69. In The Lady of Shalott the female character spends most of her time rowing
70. In Ulysses, the king seems most pleased with his actual state of being and has no intention of changing it
71. Ulysses in Tennyson’s poem perceives the world as unlimited
72. Ulysses in Tennyson’s poem is a Coleridge-type of Ancient Mariner cursed to incessant voyaging
73. Andrea del Sarto is a good example of Browning’s psychological insights NU STIU
74. In reading Andrea del Sarto it is very easy to follow the rapid shifts of the speaker’s mental processes NU STIU
MULTIPLE CHOICE
1. Choose the correct answer:
Dickens’ acknowledged masters were:
c. Fielding, Smollett, Ben Jonson
2. Choose the correct answer:
Dickens’ fertile, exuberant imagination is mostly remarkable for the creation of:
a. character
3. Choose the correct answer:
“David Copperfield” is preeminently:
a. a Bildungsroman.
4. Choose the correct answer:
The painful conflict between the old ways of provincial communities and the new order of
speculative capitalism underlies:
a. The Mill on the Floss
5. Choose the correct answer:
Is Hardy’s Wessex world in The Mayor of Casterbridge dimensioned:
a. only socially, realistically?
6. Choose the correct answer:
Within Victorian culture, with Art assuming the status of Religion, and with the Artist as a
moral guide, Victorian fiction:
b. was meant to delightfully, or else, emotionally entertain and morally instruct the
middle class readers.
7. Choose the correct answer:
The typical Victorian novelist is:
b. reader-oriented.
8. Choose the correct answer:
The Victorian readers controlled:
b. the content of fiction; they preferred sentimentalism and entertainment.
9. Choose the correct answer:
Satis House, in Great Expectations, a haunting Gothic residence, symbolizes:
a. social and biological degeneration.
10. Choose the correct answer:
To Maggie Tulliver, in The Mill on the Floss, the past is:
a. an inherent part of her character; loyalty to it, as to oneself, is a must.
11. Choose the correct answer:
In George Eliot’s fictional world, conflicts and dramas originate strictly
a. in the society.
12. Choose the correct answer:
The Mill on the Floss is a feminist novel to the extent it concentrates on:
b. Maggie’s innate intelligence, sensitivity, imagination, condemned by St Oggs’s
philistinism.
13. In Hardy’s major novels, plots
b. derive from characters and teem with fateful incidents.
14. Choose the correct answer:
“Art is a disproportioning of realities… Realism is not Art” Does this opinion of Thomas
Hardy coincide with:
b. Charles Dickens’?
15. Choose the correct answer:
The Roman amphitheatre about the town of Casterbridge could metaphorically suggest:
b. the leveling of humans by death and time.
16. Choose the correct answer:
Characteristically, a Victorian novel plot concludes with:
b. a morally deserved retribution for the hero(ine) and the villain .
17. Choose the correct answer:
The early Victorian novels were preferably published in:
b. weekly or monthly parts.
18. Choose the correct answer:
A romance plot:
a. inflates the protagonist’s illusions, self-deceiving expectations.
19. Choose the correct answer:
In E.M. Forster’s vision, the “flat” character of comic and melodramatic fiction is
b. mimetically plausible, developing, unpredictable
20. Choose the correct answer:
Dickens’ “round” characters are:
b. grip the readers’ attention as unmistakable individualities.
21. Choose the correct answer:
Dickens’ comic novels focus on themes like:
a. the impact of progress upon traditional ways of life.
22. Choose the correct answer:
The villains Pip has to face in the world of Great Expectations are:
c. Orlick and Compeyson.
23. Choose the correct answer:
According to George Eliot’s doctrine of realism, her model of fiction rests upon:
b. the Dutch genre painting.
d. W. Shakespeare’s variety of insight into human nature.
24. Choose the correct answer:
In “The Mill on the Floss” the conflict is generated by:
a. the protagonist’s irreparably damaging her relationship with the community by a
moment’s free choice.
25. Choose the correct answer:
George Eliot’s life and work:
b. Paradoxically diverged i.e. she lived unconventionally, as an offender of Victorian
ethics, while her characters irretrievably are not allowed to break with
conventions.
26. Choose the correct answer:
Dickens’ imaginative resourcefulness along his career,
b. varied in intensity; had ups and downs.
27. Choose the correct answer:
Alongside his literary activity, Dickens had other concerns and hobbies:
c. social and theatrical
28. Choose the correct answer:
Basically, a Dickens plot, though prolix, can be summed up to:
a. a journey, a secret, a life, an idea of human nature.
29. Choose the correct answer:
In “David Copperfield”, the man with “black shallow eye”, black hair and whiskers, and a
square chin, reminding the narrator of an “wax-work”, is:
c. Murdstone
30. Choose the correct answer:
In “The Mayor of Casterbridge”:
b. Henchard admits that the past cannot be buried despite one’s will or desire.
31. Choose the correct answer:
Focusing upon the slow but decided invasion of modern agricultural technology into a
market town, like Casterbridge, Hardy
b. cannot but admit inevitable progress, with nostalgia.
32. Choose the correct answer:
The plot of “The Mayor of Casterbridge” parallels Henchard’s and Farfrae’s fates of fall
and rise. The plot is:
b. symbolic; the two characters represent a conflict of ages (maturity versus youth)
complicated by further conflicts: emotion versus reason; tradition versus novelty.
33. Choose the correct answer:
In a dramatic monologue poem the historical character monologuizing is:
b. one fictional “I” of the infinite human diversity.
34. Choose the correct answer:
Young Browning’s poetic beginnings looked up to the paradigm of:
a. Wordsworth.
35. Choose the correct answer:
R. Browning’s perception of the … as fullness of experience is evident in the line: “to be
all, have, see, know, taste, feel all.”
c. Renaissance ethos.
36. Choose the correct answer:
With Hardy the tragic is necessarily related to:
a. middling human nature.
37. 2. In The Mayor of Casterbridge the mature Elisabeth Jane is
b. another girl than the one we encounter at the beginning of the book
38. At one point in the novel, Henchard writes Farfrae two contradictory notes. They concern:
c. Elisabeth Jane.
39. Art is a disproportioning of realities…Realism is not Art”. This opinion of Th. Hardy
coincides with:
b. Charles Dickens
40. In E. M. Forster’s vision, the “flat” character of comis and melodramatic fiction is:
b. mimetically plausible, developing, unpredictable.
41. In Great Expectations , when Pip becomes a gentleman he starts acting heartlessly
and snobbishly towards:
a. Drummle.
42. Dickens’s narrative point of view is that of:
a. a narrator who is always omniscent
43. In Dickens’ fiction most characters are conceived:
b. mimetically, in abundant varieties of human likeness.
44. In a Dickens comic character, looks, mimicry, idiosyncratic gesture, clothing, hobby or
language are:
a. autonomous from the character’s psychological or moral identity; they
simply delight or repel.
45. The Victorian readers controlled:
b. the content of fiction; they preferred sentimentalism and entertainment.
46. Dickens’ fertile, exuberant imagination is mostly remarkable for the creation of:
a. character
47. In “Great Expectations”, Pip learns from Magwitch, Joe and Biddy that:
b. social and educational improvement are irrelevant if moral worth is not heeded.
48. Dickens is pre-eminently a novelist of
b. cities
49. The term ………………. is not always the most appropriate to refer to some of Dickens’
characters who, fully render the “impression of life”.
b. flat
50. Hardy’s Tess, Jude, or Henchard are archetypes of:
????c. human desires constantly countered by adverse circumstances.
51. In Hardy’s major novels, plots
a. derive from characters, authenticate them.
52. The ordinary folk in Hardy’s fiction:
b. wisely rationalize coincidence or accident by admitting it as “the given”, or “what
is to be”.
53. From Hardy’s point of view, the protagonist
b. aspires towards self-fulfilment
54. From Hardy’s point of view, the protagonist
b. aspires towards self-fulfilment
55. In Hardy’s view, destiny subjecting men to a number of external influences (one’s
environment) is strongly related to
c. the development of one’s character
56. Hardy considered that it was impossible to reconcile the immanent energy in the universe,
indifferent to human endeavour, with:
b. the omnipotence of a pagan Greek
idol.
57. Dickens is pre-eminently a novelist of
b. cities
58. Dickens’ work exhibits a strong link between Romantic imagination and …. which renders
the fictional world as stylised perception of the real world.
a. reality

59. Smollett's and Cervantes's love of the grotesque and of the ………….. can be seen in all of
Dickens's work
a. tragical
60. The term ………………. is not always the most appropriate to refer to some of Dickens’
characters who are convincingly built, fully rendering the “impression of life”
c. flat
61. George Eliot’s novels deal with
b. great spans of time.
62. In Eliot’s novels the idea of ………… is a key one
c. the conflict between kinship and the freedom of the individual
63. The freedom of will cannot in fact be other than an illusion, for a break in the chain of
cause and effect (such as "freedom" necessarily connotes) is unthinkable in Hardy’s
a. religious perspective
64. With Hardy, the freedom of will is
b. imposed by external circumstances but not a matter of an inner need
65. In Hardy’s view, man is ultimately still an animal as may be readily observed when his
………….. is/are aroused
b. passions
66. Hardy seems to imply that his folk character bears the ills of life
d. when one chooses to simply ignore them looking on the bright side of things
67. Recent studies in Dickens’ fiction prove that
c. he revised characters and plots of his novels
68. In his novels Dickens performs
a. a critique of society and human failings such as vanity and greed
69. Dickens’ ………….. prevents him from simply escaping to a fairyland
b. sense of reality
70. Who else apart from Pip was subjected to Mrs. Joe Gargery’s bringing up “by hand”?
b. Estella
71. The world George Eliot gives birth to in her novels is
a. a fast advancing world of change
72. After the publication of Jude the Obscure, Hardy:
????b. reverted to poetry writing
73. With Hardy the tragic is necessarily related to:
a. middling human nature.
74. In The Mayor of Casterbridge the mature Elisabeth Jane is
b. another girl than the one we encounter at the beginning of the book
75. On remarrying Susan, Henchard chose to return to a woman
a. he had always loved.
76. Dickens’s narrative point of view is that of:
a. a narrator who is always omniscent
77. In Great Expectations, Pip learns from Magwitch, Joe and Biddy that:
b. social and educational improvement are irrelevant if moral worth is not heeded
78. The plots of Dickens’ novels are picaresque in design in the sense that
b. Dickens struggled not to depart from the 18th century literary tradition
79. What does Pip take from his sister’s pantry in order to give to the convict?
c. some food
80. George Eliot’s novels deal with
b. great spans of time
81. In The Mill on the Floss, the Tullivers are placed
a. against the Dodsons


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 Post subject: rasp ist lit engl III
PostPosted: 09/03/2007 20:24 
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true/false
1T, 2T, 3F, 4F 7F, 8T 9F 10F 11T 13F 14T 16F 17T 18F 20F 21F 22T 23T 24T 25T 26T 27T 28F 29F 30F 31T 32T 33T 34T 35F 36T 37F 38T 39T 40F 41T
42T 43T 44T 45T 46T 48T 49F 50F 51F 52T 53F 54T 55T 56T 58T 59T 60T 61F 62F 63T 64T 65F 66F 67T 68T 69T 70T 71t 72T 73T 74T 75F 76F

multiple choice
1c 2a 3a 4a 5a 6b 7b 8b 9a 10a 11a 12b 13b 14b 15a 16b 17a 18a 19b 20c 21a 22c 23b 24a 25b 26b 27c 28a 29c 30b 31b 32b 33b 34a 35 b sau c, 36a 37b 38c 39b 42b 45b 46a 47b 48b 49b 50c 52a 57b 58a 59a 61b 62b 63a 64b 65b 67C 68A 69B 70B 71A 72B 75B 77B 78B 79C 80B 81A

sUNT CATEVA MAI MULTE LA CARE NU AM GASIT RASPUNS, ca nu figura in sinteza si mai am de cautat pe net


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 Post subject: hallo
PostPosted: 09/03/2007 22:36 
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scuze fetelor dar eu nu am mai lucrat la ele deoarece sunt la continuare si mi-a sosit referatul de diferente unde-mi zice ca la ist lit engl mi se recunoaste examenul si nu mai e nevoie sa-l dau...oricum,sa aveti bafta...


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 Post subject: examen
PostPosted: 24/03/2007 18:25 
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Tocmai am dat examenul la istoria literaturii engleze si au fost cateva raspunsuri care au fost considerate gresite. Iata varianta lor corecta - True/false 4T, 6T, 12F, 23F, 35T, 50T, 53T, 72F,
multiple choice 5 - nu este a), 58 - nu este a). Oricum, am luat 70%. Aleluia!!! Voi l-ati dat?


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