GAT Subject Test (English Literature)

National Testing Service Pakistan

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Florence Nightingale was ___ in the development of modern medicine, ___ such practices as sanitization of hospital wards and isolation of actively infected patients.

His habit of spending more than he earned left him in a state of perpetual------ but he------------hoping to see a more affluent day

Known for his commitment to numerous worthy causes, the philanthropist deserved------ for his-----------

You should --------this paragraph in order to make your essay more-----

A------glance pays-----attention to details

Surprisingly enough, it is more difficult to write about the--------than about the---and strange.

A-----response is one that is made with----------.

3. A----is a-------.

Consumption of red meat has ____ because its fat content has become a worrisome and ____ matter.

It takes ____ character to ____ the extremities of the arctic region.

Throughout the animal kingdom, ____ bigger than the elephant.

Although its publicity has been ___, the film itself is intelligent, well-acted, handsomely produced and altogether ___

The Inuit natives of Alaska's North Slope worry that ___ oil exploration might ___their sensitive natural environment.

In the given sentence, identify the gerund phrase: "Running marathons in extreme weather conditions requires immense determination and endurance."

Identify the logical fallacy in the following argument: "I've never seen a black swan; therefore, black swans do not exist."

Choose the word that best completes the analogy: Adorn: Decorate :: _______ : Amass

What is the name of the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which is a collection of annals that records the history of England from the 5th to the 11th centuries?

What is the name of the Old English poem that tells the story of a battle fought in 991 AD between the English and the Vikings?

Which Middle English poem is a satirical work that criticizes the corruption and greed of the Catholic Church, and features a character named Lady Meed?

Which of the following works is considered the first English novel and was written by Daniel Defoe?

Who is considered the greatest satirist of the Restoration period and the author of "Absalom and Achitophel"?

Which work by Jonathan Swift critiques human nature and the pettiness of human disputes through the travels of Lemuel Gulliver?

Which of the following poems by William Wordsworth is considered a manifesto of the Romantic movement, emphasizing the connection between nature and human emotion?

Which of these themes is NOT commonly associated with the works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge?

Which poem by John Keats is notable for its vivid imagery and meditation on the fleeting nature of life and beauty?

In which of Thomas Hardy's novels does the character Tess Durbeyfield struggle against social norms and injustices, ultimately facing a tragic end?