Short Answers of Classical Poetry Part-I

We have collected the old examination questions of
Paradise Lost by John Milton
Faerie Queen by Edmund Spenser
Prologue to the Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer
Sonnet by Shakespeare
Love and Divine Poems by John Donne
Rape of the Lock by Alexander Pope
and answered these questions as under.
We have posted these questions time to time on Nazar Bazmi’s Notes(, here we have collected all links together as under

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Short Answers of “Faerie Queene” by Edmund Spenser

You have any question about The Faerie Queene questions and answers feel freely to ask.

Why was Knight Red Cross accompanying Una?

Lady Una appealed Queen Gloriana to help her because her father and mother enclose in a castle by a dragon. Queen Gloriana of Faerie Land has employed the Red Cross Knight to go with Lady Una to kill the dragon that is destroying the land and seizing Una’s parents imprisoned.

Who was Archimago?

Archimago is a magician, deceitful and an antagonist next to Duessa. He is a magician skillful of varying his own look but at the end his magic is proven weak and unsuccessful.

What appeal does Una make to the Queen?

In the annual twelve-day feast by Queen Gloriana, it is custom that anyone who is in trouble can appear before the court and ask for help. Lady Una complains that her parents are seized in a fortress by a dragon. The Red Cross Knight proposes to help her.

What role does Archimago play in “The Faerie Queene”?

Archimago plays the role of a deceiver and a magician. He disguises himself as Red Cross Knight in an effort to get Una. He misguided the Una and Red Cross Knight through lies and false appearances.

Why does Knight Red Cross help Lady Una?

On the appeal of Fair Lady Una, Queen Gloriana of the Faerie land sent Knight Red Cross to go with Lady Una to kill the dragon that seized the Unna’s parents in a fortress.

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Questions with Short Answers of Literary Theories and Criticism

What is meant by signifier?

A signifier is a sign (symbol, image or gesture), sound or word which signified something. The word “tree” is a signifier and signifies the real object tree or the concept of tree.

Define repression?

Repression in Psychology is restricting the disturbing thoughts, impulses and desires from conscious mind and drives them to unconscious mind.

Name the three parts of human psyche?

According to Sigmund Freud the three parts of human psyche are id, ego and superego.These parts of human psyche developed the complex behavior of a person.

How meanings are described in Deconstruction theory?

In Deconstruction theory the meanings were taught always uncertain and in this theory they got plurality of meaning through decentering the text.

What is the difference between determinate and indeterminate meaning?

Determinate meanings are unquestionably settled, fixed and have defined limits but indeterminate meanings are not fixed, vague and have no defined limits.

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