JAMB Past Question and Answer on Literature in English 2013 PDF

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1. Which question paper type of Literature in English is
given to you?
A. Type D B. Type I
C. Type B D. Type U

Questions 2 to 5 are based on J.C. De Graft’s Sons and Daughters.
Use the excerpt below to answer questions 2 and 3.
James: Let me swear, woman. And I will swear by my father’s coffin that if…

2. The lines depict James as a
A. traditionalist B. Christian C. pagan D. Muslim.

3. The speaker is referring to
A. Fosuwa B. Awere C. Maanari D. Hannah.

4. Aaron:… All I need really is a place in an Art school, engineering can go hang itself.
The dominant figure of speech in the excerpt above is
A. personification B. metaphor
C. metonymy D. synecdoche.

5. From the play, the character of Aaron represents the
A. new generation B. old generation
C. painters D. art work.

Questions 6 to 10 are based on William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

6. ‘Uncle, this is a Montague, our foe; A villain that is hither come in spite, To scorn at our solemnity this night’
The villain in the excerpt above is
A. engaging in a shouty match
B. holding a sword to commit murder
C. attempting to steal
D. attending a feast uninvited.

7. ‘What, drawn, and talk of peace? I hate the
word As I hate hell, all Montagues and thee
Have at thee, coward!’
The lines above reveal the speaker as a
A. real Montague B. trouble shooter
C. violence seeker D. peace maker

8. Romeo’s mood, at the beginning of the play can be described as
A. frustrated and pensive
B. gay and elated
C. melancholic and sentimental
D. dreamy and hopeful.

9. ‘0 deadly sin! 0 rude unthankfulness!
Thy fault our law calls death, but the kind Prince,
taking thy part, hath rushed aside the law,
And turned that black word ‘death’ to banishment.’
The speaker in the passage above is
A. Apothecary B. Lord Capulet
C. Lord Montague D. Friar Lawrence.

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