JAMB Past Question and Answer on Literature in English 2001 PDF

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Question 1 to 9 are based on Literary Appreciation.
1. ‘Careened,
These oily tears Gripping down the tears on your depressed face, Will one day be staunched, Swear!
Ibiwari Ikiriko, Oily Tears.
The tone of the poet is
A. optimistic B. supplicatory
C. sympathetic D. piteous.

2. ‘Lift not the painted veil which those who live call life: though unreal shapes be pictured there, And it but mimic all we would believe With colours idly spread, – behind, lurk fear,’
P.B. Shelley, Sonnet.
The stanza above is n example of a
A. quatrain B. couplet
C. free veree D. limerick.

3. ‘Symbol of fruitfulness, symbol of barrenness Mother and destroyer, the calm and the storm! Life and desire and dreams and death Are born of the sea; this swarming land.’
Frank Collymore, Hymn to the Sea.
The address to the sea in the lines above is done by the use of
A. personification B. praise
C. symbolism D. apostrophe.

4. ‘When he gave me the bottle, and I opened it, I was shocked by the odour that hit my nose. I immediately corked it again, and spat on the floor.’
Isidore Okpewho, The Last Outy.
The reaction in the passage above is that of
A. rejection B. anger C. protest D. nausea.

5. ‘CYCLIST gets down and begins to prop his
CYCLIST: All right, If you’re sure it won’t take long.
BARBER: I am known for my lightning dippers,
Even the soldiers know me. I can shave the head of an entire battalion between one coup and the next.
Sit down and relax your back. Cycling is not easy when you’ve abandoned it for some time…’
Wole Soyinka, The Beautification of Area Boy.
The literary devices in the dialogue above are
A. humour and irony
B. allusion arid paradox
C. irony and parody
D. hyperbole and allusion.

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