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This set of Reading Prose Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Reading Prose Set 12

Q1 | Biography written with the permission, cooperation, and, at times, participation of asubject or a subject's heirs is called
Q2 | ‘Parallel Lives’ was written by
Q3 | ……………is the source of Shakespeare’s Roman plays
Q4 | The record of the lives of Christian saints based on legends rather than on facts is called
Q5 | ‘Le Morte d’Arthur’ was written by
Q6 | Isaac Walton wrote the short biographies of Donne and Herbert in his
Q7 | Who is referred to as ‘the father of English essays’
Q8 | The presentation of the initial situation of a fiction is called....
Q9 | The technique used to provide clues regarding what might occur later in the story is.....
Q10 | Flash back is also known as......
Q11 | The technique that takes the narrative back in time is called......
Q12 | ………..reveals events that will occur in the future
Q13 | A flash back to an earlier point in the narrative is called..........
Q14 | External analepsis is a …... to before the narrative started.
Q15 | ….....in a fiction leads to climax
Q16 | …..... is a phase of a fiction, where the story is about to settle down.
Q17 | A typical character is referred to as.......
Q18 | An individualised character is referred to as …...
Q19 | A character whose behaviour illuminates the personality of the protagonist is.......
Q20 | When a text is narrated through an external narrator, it is referred to as.....
Q21 | In first person narrative the events are narrated by.......
Q22 | A context beyond the immediate surroundings of the story in the fiction is called.....
Q23 | …..... is a concise form of prose fiction.
Q24 | …..... can be considered as a precursor of short story.
Q25 | A narrative frame within which one or more of the characters proceed to tell a series ofshort narratives is called....