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English Literature Quiz 64

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The final line of ?We Are Seven? is: ?And said, ?Nay? we are seven.? This line suggests that________________?

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What was the general subject of theWelsh poet Katherine Philips?s work ?

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Which king began a war to enforce his claims to the throne of France in 1336 ?

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Important contemporary reviews of Virginia Woolf?s ?To the Lighthouse? tend to focus on which of the following aspects of the novel ?

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Which of the following famous literary lines is contained in William Butler Yeats? poem ?The Second Coming? ?

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Why is ?The Castle of Otranto? often considered a reaction against the Enlightenment ?

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How long is Rip asleep in the woods ?

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Which relative did Elizabeth I have executed ?

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Name the religious group that preached to live a simple and straightforward life_________________?

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How is the abbey in ?The Monk? NOT Gothic ?

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They believe that this approach tends to reduce art to the level of biography and make it relative (to the times) rather than universal. What approach possess this disadvantage ?

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The first regular English comedy, based on the model of the Latin comedy, is attributed to___________?

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According to Dr. Mazzotta, what is the central allegorical theme in The Purgatorio ?

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Section 31 of the Sale of Goods Act deals with duties of seller_______________?

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What have literary critics read into the vampirism in Stoker?s ?Dracula? ?

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From which year to which year that William Wordsworth served as the Poet Laureate of Britain ?

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In Book One of ?Paradise Lost,? the narrator identifies the fallen angels or devils by what names ?

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A comparison of unlike things without using a word of comparison such as like or as______________?

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Elizabeth Barrett?s poem The Cry of the Children is concerned with which major issue attendant on the Time of Troubles during the 1830s and 1840s ?

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In ?Hamlet,? which character is left alive at the end of the play ?

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In the Biblical book of ?Judges,??

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A poem mourning someone?s death is called______________?

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Fill in the blank. Although there is dispute about the actual ?invention? of the printing press with movable metal type, _________ is usually the man credited with the invention.

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The subject of Soujourner Truth?s ?Ain?t I a Woman? is_______________?

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Dr. Allen Shoaf?s essay, ??Hamlet?: Like Mother, Like Son?, argues which of the following points ?

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Which character does Dante meet at the end of his journey through purgatory ?

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What does ?I? stand for in the following line? ?To Carthage then I came? ?

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Which of the following statements offers the best definition of the term Bildungsroman ?

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?Prometheus Unbound? is a lyrical drama by__________________?

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This group of Native Americans left behind a legend about creation using pictographs_____________?

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Near the end of ?Samson Agonistes,? Samson has decided not to perform for attendants at a certain event when (starting with line 1381) he suddenly reverses positions and agrees to go. Why does he do this ?

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According to Dr. Michael Webster in his essay, ?Poetic Modes in the late 19th and early 20th Century,? which of the following is NOT a poetic mode of this time period ?

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Which poet, critic and translator brought England a modern literature between 1660 and 1700 ?

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According to Ellen Moers, how does Radcliffe?s heroine differ from the typical Gothic woman ?

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In this technological world the child should build up_____________?

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Restored to the throne in 1660, Charles II ruled_______________?

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In The Way of the World, Congreve satirizes which of the following ?

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The dedication of Byron?s ?Don Juan? can be best described as ________________?

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Which of the following characterized court life in the Middle Ages ?

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?All good poetry is spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings? who made this statement ?

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Ethos is important to establish in which of the following types of arguments ?

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In the play, ?Twelfth Night,? what does Viola refer to herself as when she disguises herself as a man ?

43 / 50

dominated English literature from the Restoration until the end of the 18th century with the emergence of Romanticism ?

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Which of the following Victorian writers regularly published their work in periodicals ?

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What is the meaning of Milton?s work Samson Agonistes ?

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To whom did Edmund Spenser dedicate his work The Shepheardes Calender ?

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Who coined the term ?esemplastic? ?

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The classification of vowels into close vowels and open vowels is based on ________________?

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In her essay ?The Poem as Event,? Louise M. Rosenblatt sees the reader as performing what function ?

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In The Paradiso, on what day do the events occur ?

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