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As well as poetry, Milton published extensively on politics, philosophy and religion. Which of the following was NOT one of his works? When did John Milton die? England hath need of thee. But who was it, summoning his ghost? The 20th century has been less kind to his memory.

When was Paradise Lost published? Satan's name before he fell from heaven was: a Beezlebub b Michael c Lucifer d Belial When recovered, Satan awakens all his legions and speaks to them. The first he addresses is described as 'one next to himself in power, and next in crime, long after known in Palestine'. What's the name of this fallen angel? Before he does so, he shows Adam a number of visions about the future of the human race, beginning with Cain murdering Abel and ending with the redemption of mankind through Christ.

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Who is this angel that has a large role in the finishing chapters of 'Paradise Lost'? The battle between God's army and Satan's rebels in heaven lasted: a One day b Three days c Seven days d One hour In the phrase, "thy seed shall bruise our foe," "thy" refers to: a Sin b Eden c Satan d Eve Earth is described as being connected to heaven by a: a "stepping stones of clouds b Golden rope c Golden chain d Ladder Eve before the Fall might best be described as: a a feminist b uncomfortable with Adam c detailed oriented d a docile, vain creature Throughout the poem, Satan transforms himself into many creatures.

Which creature does Satan not turn into? Who might be considered the friendliest and most sociable of all God's angels? Everyday before the Fall Adam and Eve went out to work. What did their work consist of? The reason for Satan's fall might best be described as:. The Renaissance. In which century was Piers Plowman written?

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Geoffrey Chaucer served which king? The 18th century work 'Tom Jones" was written by whom?

In , Virginia Woolf began to write for which publication? Joyce's novel 'Ulysses' takes place over what period of time? What was the nationality of Oscar Wilde? Who wrote the poem "Requiem"? Who wrote the poem 'The Seven Ages'? What happened in that would forever alter the relationship between England, Wales, and Scotland? Which of the following was a major factor in the unprecedented economic wealth of Great Britain during the eighteenth century?

What was "restored" in ? What literary work best captures a sense of the political turmoil, particularly regarding the issue of religion, just after the Restoration? Who was deposed from the English throne in the Glorious, or Bloodless, Revolution in ? In the late seventeenth century, a "battle of the books" erupted between which two groups? Which of the following best describes the doctrine of empiricism? Against which of the following principles did Jonathan Swift inveigh?

Neoclassicists tended to view poetry as the result of genius overflowing from the mind out onto the page. They also considered poetry to be an expression of the individual, inner self.

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Most neoclassical poets viewed the world in terms of a strictly ordered hierarchy. What was this hierarchy called? He wrote both religious and secular poetry. One of his poems urged virgins to make the most of their time. Which of the following did not originate with him? Pope made money by selling subscriptions to his translation of this classical epic. This famous neoclassical poet wrote on profound themes such as death, but he also had a lighter side.

He once wrote an ode to a cat drowned in a tub of gold fishes. When the Parliament, controlled by the puritans, took power in England, one of the acts that greatly influenced Literature of that time was. Who wrote: "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold. In which work do you read: "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold. Who wrote: "Beauty is truth, truth beauty. In which work do you read: "Beauty is truth, truth beauty. Who wrote: "I would prefer not to. Who wrote: "There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends on borrowing and debt.

In which work do you read: "There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends on borrowing and debt. Alfred Prufrock d Fra Lippo Lippi. Which of the following English groups were supportive of the French Revolution during its early years? Which statement s about inventions during the Industrial Revolution are true? What is the name for the process of dividing land into privately owned agricultural holdings?

Which social philosophy, dominant during the Industrial Revolution, dictated that only the free operation of economic laws would ensure the general welfare and that the government should not interfere in any person's pursuit of their personal interests? What served as the inspiration for P.

Who applied the term "Romantic" to the literary period dating from to ?

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Which poets collaborated on the Lyrical Ballads of , thus demonstrating the "spirit of the age," which, in an era of revolutionary thinking, depended on a belief in the limitless possibilities of the poetic imagination? Which of the following became the most popular Romantic poetic form, following on Wordsworth's claim that poetic inspiration is contained within the inner feelings of the individual poet as "the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings"?

How would "Natural Supernaturalism" be best characterized as a Romantic notion introduced by Carlyle? Which setting could you not imagine a work of Romantic literature employing? Which poet asserted in practice and theory the value of representing rustic life and language as well as social outcasts and delinquents not only in pastoral poetry, common before this poet's time, but also as the major subject and medium for poetry in general?

What is the term we now use for what the Romantics called "mesmerism," one of the "occult" practices that allowed people to explore altered states of consciousness? Romantic poets would have enjoyed, agreed with, and perhaps written about which of the following figures as depicted? Which of the following best describes the sort of language and tone most often used when Romantic writers discuss the French Revolution? Which of the following descriptions would not have applied to any Romantic text? Which of the following poems describe or celebrate an apocalyptic regeneration of humanity and the world effected by the creative capacity of the human mind?

Which sorts of political reform took place during the Romantic period? Which of the following factors contributed to literature becoming a profitable business? Which of the following periodical publications reviews and magazines appeared in the Romantic era? According to a theater licensing act, repealed in , what was meant by "legitimate" drama? The Gothic novel, a popular genre for the Romantics, exemplified in the writing of Horace Walpole and Ann Radcliffe, could contain which of the following elements?

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Given the popularity of the Gothic novel and the novel of purpose, which of the following novelists wrote fiction that is closer in subject matter to the novel of manners than it is to the writing of her own era? Which two writers can be described as writing historical novels? Which of the following texts addresses class as a social and economic reality?

Which Romantic writer s wrote in more than one of these popular literary forms: essay, novel, drama, poetry? Which of the following would not have been an appropriate protagonist for a Romantic literary text? In which of the following works is the social outcast represented and addressed? Looking to the ancient past, many Romantic poets identified with the figure of the a troubadour b skald c chorister d minstrel e bard What did Byron deride with his scathing reference to "'Peddlers,' and 'Boats,' and 'Wagons'!

Wordsworth described all good poetry as a the rhythmic expression of moral intuition b the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings c the polite patter of a corrupted age d the divine gift of grace e the foul rag and bone shop of the heart. Which of the following was a typically Romantic means of achieving visionary states? Which philosopher had a particular influence on Coleridge? Which of the following was not considered a type of the alienated, romantic visionary? Who remained without the vote following the Reform Bill of ? Which ruler's reign marks the approximate beginning and end of the Victorian era?

Which city became the perceived center of Western civilization by the middle of the nineteenth century? By , what percentage of the earth's population was subject to Queen Victoria? To whom did the Reform Bill of extend the vote on parliamentary representation? Elizabeth Barrett's poem The Cry of the Children is concerned with which major issue attendant on the Time of Troubles during the s and s? Who were the "Two Nations" referred to in the subtitle of Disraeli's Sybil ? Which of the following novelists best represents the mid-Victorian period's contentment with the burgeoning economic prosperity and decreased restiveness over social and political change?

Which event did not occur as part of the rise of the British Empire under Queen Victoria? What does the phrase "White Man's Burden," coined by Kipling, refer to? Which of the following best defines Utilitarianism? Which of the following discoveries, theories, and events contributed to Victorians feeling less like they were a uniquely special, central species in the universe and more isolated?

Which of the following contributed to the growing awareness in the Late Victorian Period of the immense human, economic, and political costs of running an empire? Which of the following authors promoted versions of socialism?