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The Origins Of Written Literature
The origins of a written literature can be found in most of the civilizations of the ancient world; in India, China, and among the Jewish people whose great work of literature is taken to present. The start of Western literature is the Old Testament of the Bible. Their greatest single contribution was drama, a form of literature that has continued undiminished to the present day. Other literary forms that developed from the time of the Greeks and Romans onwards have been Poetry in its many different styles and forms; the essay; biography and autobiography; and the novel.
1. According to the passage, —-.
A) the ancient world was based upon the written literature
B) Bible is submitted to the Jewish people as their holy book
C) Western literature is considered to be constructed upon the Greek
D) Greek literature is not the start of western Chinese and Indian
E) the origins of the Poetry can be traced back to Jewish literature
2. Written literature —-.
A) has existed since the civilizations of the ancient world
B) is a branch of drama
C) is established primarily on poetry, biography, autobiography and the
D) is separated into two; oral literature and written literature
E) is as old as the Bible
3. It can be drawn out of the passage that —-.
A) holy book Bible is a form of drama
B) although poetry was invented by Greeks and Romans, it was changed
considerably by the Chinese
C) the origin of drama is based upon the Old Testament
D) biography and autobiography are the only branches of Roman and
E) drama has been lasting for centuries contrary to written literature
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Pride and Prejudice
Answer the questions according to the reading
Pride and Prejudice, by far the most popular of all Jane Austen’s novels, requires no detailed description. Jane Austen said of it that it “is rather too light, and bright, and sparkling; it wants shade,” and this is perhaps the reason for its popularity. The precision and vivacity of style carry the reader through the novel with ease and spirit; there is a sparkling life about the characters and rainwashed freshness about the scenery which combine to make this gayest of Jane Austen’s novels, in spite of deeper overtones which emerge when Charlotte Lucas agrees to marry Mr. Collins or when Lydia is discovered to have run off with Wickham with no prospect of marriage. The speed and ski ii with which the author moves into the story is remarkable.
1. According to the passage, Pride and Prejudice —-.
A) doesn’t need elaborate explanation
B) is the most famous novel in English literature
C) doesn’t require shade to be understood by the readers
D) is popular due to its vivacity of style
E) doesn’t want popularity by the readers
2. It’s implied in the passage that —-.
A) there is no promising life about the characters in the novel
B) Lydia and Wickham become happy after they have married
C) Charlotte Lucas had an unhappy life with Mr. Collin’s
D) Jane Austen doesn’t comment on her own book
E) the landscape of the novel adds lively atmosphere into it
3. Author Jane Austen confessed —-.
A) that she didn’t write the novel on her own
B) the reasons why Pride and Prejudice is so popular
C) the ugliness of her novel
D) her own skill and ability to affect public
E) same solutions about Lydia’s marriage
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