26.The statement that love and life can be best enjoyed when they are treated in the natural way may well sum up the theme of.
[A]Browning’s“Meeting at Night”<B>Yeats’s“Down by the Salley Gardens”
[C]Tennyson’s“Break,Break,Break”[D]Keats’s“Ode to a Nightingale”
27.“Nothing is at last sacred but the integrity of your own mind”is a famous quote from’s writings.
[A]Walt Whitman<B>Henry David Thoreau
[C]Herman Melville[D]Ralph Waldo Emerson
28.The story“Rip Van Winkle”reveals,to some extent,the attitude of its author towards the American Revolution and the young Republic.
29.“He thinks that a romance should be able to present the truth with the writer’s own creative imagination.And his narratives have thus become a neutral territory,somewhere between the real world and the fairyland,where the actual and the imaginary may meet,and each imbues itself with the nature of the other.”
The writer who expressed his ideas about romance and neutral territory in the above quoted passage must be.
[A]Washington Irving<B>Ralph Waldo Emerson
[C]Nathaniel Hawthorne[D]Henry James
30.One of the characteristics that have made Mark Twain a major literary figure in the 19th century America is his use of.
[C]point of view[D]photographic description