Contexts Of World Poetry After 1925

This is an MCQ-based quiz for GRE on the Contexts Of World Poetry After 1925.

This includes works like Omeros, The Iliad, Unattainable Earth, The Labyrinth of Solitude, The Striders, and Autobiography of Red.

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Who is the author of Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair?

Pablo Neruda Elena Poniatowska Gabriel García Márquez Jorge Luis Borges Isabel Allende

Which of the following poets is not a contemporary of the author of Unattainable Earth?

Wisława Szymborska Jan Kochanowski Tadeusz Różewicz Zbigniew Herbert Stanisław Barańczak

The writer of Unattainable Earth was known for several collaborative English translations with which American poet?

James Wright Frank O’Hara Robert Lowell Gary Snyder Robert Hass

Who is the author of the poetry collection titled Unattainable Earth?

János Pilinszky Tristan Tzara Joseph Brodsky Czesław Miłosz Osip Mandelstam

Where is the author of Omeros from?

Jamaica Haiti the Dominican Republic St. Lucia Martinique

Although born in Lithuania, the author of Unattainable Earth is usually considered to be from which Eastern European country?

Latvia Hungary Romania Poland Russia

What is the real (birth) name of the author of Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair?

Remigio Crespo Toral Abraham Valdelomar Tomás Carrasquilla Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto José Ignacio de Sanjinés

Who is the author of Omeros?

Jamaica Kincaid Jean Rhys Aimé Césaire Derek Walcott Kamau Brathwaite

Omeros is a poem that reimagines which famous work of literature?

The Aeneid The Divine Comedy The Tempest Paradise Lost The Iliad

What genre of poem is Omeros?


Performance poetry




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Title: Contexts Of World Poetry After 1925
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