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Abeka English Literature Test 6 (1st Final)

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Was killed in Vanity Fair
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Faithful
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Diffidence
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giant Despair’s wife
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Crawled over the wall
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Formalist & Hypocrisy
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Thrown into hell from the gates of the city
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Ignorance
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Goodwill
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Helped Christian through the gate
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Locked Christian and Hopeful in his castle
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Giant Despair
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Directed Christian to the Wicket-Gate
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Evangelist
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went home after the slough
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Pliable
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Shows Christian the man in the iron cage
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Interpreter
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Battles with Christian
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Apollyon
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Land before the river
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Land of Buelah
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Represents death
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the river
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Represent heaven
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Celestial City or Zion
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Represents assurance of salvation
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A scroll
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Represents the world’s system
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Vanity Fair
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What place was built for the relief of the Lord’s pilgrims
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Palace Beautiful
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whose ghost did MacBeth see at the banquet
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Banquo
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Said “There’s daggers in men’s smiles”
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Donalbain
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Fleance
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Escaped while his father was being murdered
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Killed Macbeth
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Macduff
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She and her children were murdered
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Lady macduff
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Said “screw your courage to the sticking-place, and we will not fail”
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Lady Macduff
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The Canterbury Tales
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Geoffrey Chaucer
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Doctor Faustus
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What story did Christopher Marlowe write?
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Ecclesiastical History of the English People
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Venerable Bede
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Who wrote Everyman
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Author Unknown
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The Faeirie Queen
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Edmund Spense
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Who wrote “A Hymn to God the Father
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Ben Jonson
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Who wrote “Morte Darthur”
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Thomas Malory
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Sir Walter Raliegh
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Who wrote “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”
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Who wrote Sir Gaiwin and the Green Knight
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Pearl Poet
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Utopia
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Sir Thomas Moore
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William Shakespeare
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Elizabethan Era
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Beowulf
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Anglo-Saxon period
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Metaphysical Poets
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Puritans Era
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Gleeman
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Anglo-Saxon period
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Sonnet
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Elizabethan Period
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“Get up and bar the door”
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Medieval era
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Blank verse
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Elizabethan
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Paradise Lost
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Puritans Era
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Cavalier poets
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Puritans Era
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Morality plays
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Medieval Era
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Greatest epic in English literature
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Paradise lost
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Regular recurrence of sounds
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Rhythm
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Allegory
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A narrative in which the characters, places, and other times are symbols
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A speech given by one character alone
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Soliloquy
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Unrhymed iambic pentameter
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Blank verse
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Conciets
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Unusual comparison especially used by the metaphysical poets
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What selection’s theme is a man’s need for rest?
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The Pulley
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What selection has the subject of the hour of death?
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Everyman
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What selection is a comparison of a man’s life to a play of passion
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On the life of man
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A verbal that may be used as a noun, adjective, or adverb
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Infinative
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Mood of a verb that gives a command or makes a request
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Imperative
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Type of conjunction that introduces an adverb clause
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Subordinating
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Active- subject is doing the action Passive- subject is having the action done to them
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Define activepassive
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Compund
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Sentence type that contains two or more independent clauses, but no dependent clauses
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Participles function as ___
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Adjectives
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Define objective complement
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A noun one adjective needed in addition to the direct object
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Transitive
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which verb requires a receiver of its action?
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Canterbury Tales
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Medieval Era
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Type of foot is made of two syllables, the first unaccented and the second accented.
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iambic
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“Come live with me, and be my love.”
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Christopher Marlowe
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“Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage”
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Richard Lovelace
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“For if she be not for me What care I for whom she be?
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George Wither
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“Avenge, O Lord thy slaughtered saints, whose bones Lie scattered on the Alpine mountains cold.”
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John Milton (Paradise Lost)
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“Do you see yonder Wicket-gate?”
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John Bunyan (Pilgrim’s Progress)
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“I could not love thee (deare) so much, Lov’d I not honour more.”
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Richard Lovelace
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“The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a Heaven of Hell, a Hell of Heaven”
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John Milton
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“Upon a great adventure he was bound, That greatest Gloriana to him gave.”
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Edmund Spenser
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“Let me not to the marriage of true minds Admit impediments.”
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William Shakespeare
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rhyme
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the correspondence of sounds
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Sonnet
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a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter with a definite pattern of two basic varieties, Italian or English
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rhythm
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the reoccurrence of sounds
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blank verse
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unrhymed iambic pentameter
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dialogue
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the speeches between two or more characters or all the speeches of the play taken collectively
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soliloquy
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a speech by one character alone on the stage
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plot
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arrangement of events
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tragedy
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a play that ends unhappily
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pastoral
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a classical love song dealing with shepherds and rustic life
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Comedy
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A play that ends happily,
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Thomas Cranmer
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Major figure in the development of the Book of Common Prayer
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Francis Bacon
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Who wrote essays
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Shakespeare
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Greatest writer of all time
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Histories
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What kind of reading makes men wise?
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Utopia
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Ideal Society
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Christ Child
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In the Burning Babe who is the babe?
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His love
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In the Burning Babe what is represented by the fire?
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Ben Johnson
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First poet laureate
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Gloriana
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In the Faerie Queen, what character portrays queen Elizabeth?
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John Foxe
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Who wrote: “God be praised, good people….”
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The Book of Martyrs
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Where is this quote from: “God be praised, good people….”
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Shakespeare
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Who wrote: “Let me not to the marriage of the true minds….”
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Sonnet 116
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Where is this quote from: “Let me not to the marriage of the true minds….”
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Marlowe
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Who wrote: “Come live with me and be my love”
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The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
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Where is this quote from: “Come live with me and be my love”
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Marlowe
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Who wrote: “Lo Mephistophles for love of thee, cut my my arm”
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Doctor Faustus
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Where is this quote from: “Lo Mephistophles for love of thee, cut my my arm”
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Shakespeare
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Who wrote: “Shall I compare thee to a summers day”
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Sonnet 18
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Where is this quote from: “Shall I compare thee to a summers day”
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Balthazar’s Song
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Cause of ladies grief is the inconsistency of the men
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On the Life of Man
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Comparison of men’s life to a play of passion
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The Nymphs reply to the Shepherd.
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Presents a realistic attitude of life.
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A Hymn to God the Father
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Speakers response to God’s chastening
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Leave Me, O Love
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Excellence of eternal spiritual love over all other kinds of love
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Greatest of the Metaphysical poets
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John Donne
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The greatest prose writer of the Puritan age
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John Bunyan
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Poem that addresses God
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“Peace”
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A literary form in which a complete thought is expressed in two rhyming lines For example: “How well her name an Army doth present,/In whom the Lord of hosts did pitch his tent!”
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Couplet
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What literary device points out an unusual parallel between highly dissimilar elements
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Metaphysical conceit
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What group of poets believed that Christians should love a pure and holy life?
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Puritans
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What group of poets who were Royalists and emphasized the pleasures of this world and wrote love songs to or about women?
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Cavalier poets
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What group of poets interested in the things of the mind, soul, and eternity?
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Metaphysical poets
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What is England’s greatest allegory?
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Pilgrim’s Progress
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In what poem does John Milton give a warning concerning restriction of all books?
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“In Defense of Books”
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Theme: The present is more important than past or future
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“Now”
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Theme: The bell tolls for all of us
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“Meditation XVII”
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Theme: honor drives him from his love to the battlefield
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“To Lucasta, Going to the Wars”
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Theme: a man’s love for three days
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“The Constant Lover”
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Theme: freedom of the soul and spirit
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“To Athea, from Prison”
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Theme: Thoughts of moving from rebellion to subjection
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“The Collar”
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Theme: time as the subtle thief of youth
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“On His Having Arrived at the Age of Twenty-Three”
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Theme: man’s need for rest
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“The Pulley”
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Theme” The eternal love of a married couple
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“The Anniversary”
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Theme: Husband and Wife who lived and died together
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“An Epitaph”
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Author of “Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage;”
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Richard Lovelace
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Author of “Gather ye rosebuds while he may, Old Time is still a-flying:”
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Robert Herrick
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Author of “For thee, thou needst no such deceit, For thou thy self art thine own bait;”
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John Donne
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Author of “Shall I wasting in despair Die because a woman’s fair?”
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George Wither
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Author of “The world resembled his eternity, In which my soul did walk; And everything that I did see Did with me talk.”
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Thomas Traherne
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Quote from Paradise lost. Know: The theme, author, and title. Adam and Eve’s temptations (they’re different). Adam and Eve’s consequences in the poem.
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Essay
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Poetry
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first literature of the Anglo-Saxons
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Caedmon
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name of first English author
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Everyman
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allegory that represents that everyone must die at an unexpected time. Only your good deeds will follow you into death. Author unknown.
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Monte Darthur
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King Arthur is dying because of Mordred so he asks Bedivere to throw the sword into the lake. Third time he does so. Arthur taken away by hooded women in a boat. Goes to the chapel where his friend is the Bishop only to find out that other women brought a body to be buried in Arthur’s stead. Author Sir Thomas Mallory
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Beowulf
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Author unknown. Grendel comes to Hrothgar’s home and kills 30 thanes. 12 years later, Beowulf comes and kills him. Grendel’s mother comes looking for revenge, but she gets killed by Beowulf. 50 years later, a dragon comes looking for trouble because one of the servants took a piece of his treasure. Old Beowulf dies as he kills the dragon with the help of Wiglaf.
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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On New Year’s, this Green man comes in looking to play the beheading game. Sir Gawain rises to the challenge with a humble attitude, and cuts the head off the green man. The decapitated body grabs the head and the head says to Gawain, “meet me at the green chapel in one year”. Gawain gets ready. Author Sir Thomas Mallory.
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Father of English prose
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John Wycliffe–greatest writer in the fourteenth century
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Historical facts about Britain
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1066 William the Conqueror invaded England from Normandy. Literature not for another 100 years. then poetry was in Latin and French and the medieval romance happened. 14th century comes many authors like Wycliffe, Chaucer, and Langland. In 1470s, William Caxton invents printing press in England.
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Kenning
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a metaphorical expression (e.g. the whale road for ocean)
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Accent
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the stressing of a certain syllable or words
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caesura
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A pause or break in a line of poetry
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exemplum
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a story used as an example
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Lyric
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short poem characterized by emotion, melody, and imagination.
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Medieval Romance
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narrative based on adventures of kings, knights, or distressed ladies. usually against supernatural forces
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Miracle Play
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play on the legend of a saint. based on legend instead of biblical history
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Mystery Play
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Based on Biblical history and Scriptural themes
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Pageant
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movable stage where dramas where performed
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Popular narrative ballad
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short narrative folk song which tells of a single event in an objective manner
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Quotes from Bonny Barbara Allen
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“Since my love died for me today, I’ll die for him tomorrow.” heart’s blood a spilling Since death of life had reft him
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characters from Beowulf
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Beowulf Hrothgar 30 thanes Grendel Grendel’s mother Wiglaf
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Cherry Tree Carol characters
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Joseph Mary Baby Jesus tree
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characters from Bonny Barbara Allen
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Bonny Barbara Allen Sir John Graeme mother of Graeme
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characters from Get up and Bar the Door
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husband wife two gentlemen
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Monte Darthur
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Mordred (implied) King Arthur Sir Bedeviere Bishop of Canterbury women on the boat dead body that the women brought
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Pardoners tale
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three roisters the old man
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Ecclesiastical History of the English People
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Venerable Bede
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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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Pearl Poet
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Canterbury tales
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Geoffrey Chaucer
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Morte Darthur
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Sir Thomas Mallory
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quotes from Canterbury Tales
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If it is about Pilgrims, a Knight, a Squire, a Yeoman, an Oxford Scholar, a Parson, or a Pardoner, it is from the Canterbury tales. lines rhyme to distinguish from Everyman
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Quotes from Get up and Bar the Door
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if it is during Martinmas time, mentions wife, husband, hussyskap, or two gentlemen.
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gleeman
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a performer
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scop
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a poet
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Five characteristics
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1. Love of Freedom 2. responsiveness to nature 3. Strong religious convictions 4. reverence for woman hood 5. devotion to glory
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Anglo-Saxon Period
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Bookworm; scop; love of freedom and strong religious convictions
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Medieval Period
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Mystery Play; Pearl Poet; Bonny-Barbara-Allen; Monte Darthur; Sir Gawain and the Green knight
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Elizabethan period
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Spenserian Stanza; William Shakespeare
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Quotes from Beowulf
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“Revenging a wrong is more goodly than grieving; Let us follow.”
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Sonnet 18
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“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s-day?”
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“The Passionate Shepherd to His Love”
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“Come live with me, and be my love. And we will all the pleasures prove.”
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Bonny-Barbara-Allen
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“Since my love died for me to-day, I’ll die for him to-morrow.”
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The Faeire Queene
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“Upon a great adventure he was bound, the greatest Gloriana to him gave.”
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Macbeth
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“So foul and fair a day I have not seen.” “It is a tale told by an idiot full of sound and fury, signifying nothing.” “Come what may, time and the hour runs through the roughest day.” “False face must hide what the false heart doth know.” “Is this a dagger I see before me?” “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time; And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player, That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing.”
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Lady Macbeth
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“A little water clears us of this deed.” “Had he not resembled my father as he slept I had done it.” “When our actions do not, our fears do make us traitors.” “All the perfumes of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand.” “Look like the innocent flower, but be the serpent under it.” “Screw your courage to the stick”
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Banquo
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Ghost that haunted Macbeth “Thou hast it now, King, Cawdor, Glamis, all, as the weird women promised.”
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Donalbain
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“There’s daggers in men’s smiles.”
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Sir Francis Bacon
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wrote the Essays
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According the the Essays, what is the source of wisdom?
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history
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William Shakespeare
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The greatest writer of all time
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Malcolm
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the one that King Duncan appointed as his successor
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Lady Macbeth
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was sleepwalking out of guilt
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Macduff
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ultimately killed Macbeth
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Lust of power
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Macbeth’s tragic flaw
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Ben Johnson
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A Hymn to God the Father A song to Celia
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Drama
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reached its peak in the Elizabethan period
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Mystery Play
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A play concerning biblical sujects
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Morality Play
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What represented allegorically the battle which the vices and virtues wage for the possession of the human soul?
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Medieval Romance
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What is based primarily on the adventures of knights, Kings, or distressed ladies?
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Exemplum
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What is a short story or anecdote told the teacher lesson
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Holiness
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In The Faerie Queen, what does the red cross knight represent?
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Utopia
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What selection by Sir Thomas More describes an imaginary ideal society?
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Of the Life of Man
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What selection is a comparison of man’s life to a play of passion?
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A hymn to God the Father
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What selection shows the speakers response to God’s chastening?
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Beowulf
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Oldest surviving Epic
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four qualities of an epic
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1. About a great national hero 2. written in the lofty language 3. contains supernatural elements 4. explores the struggle of good and evil.
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The Seafarer
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What poem shows the irony of a seaman longing for the sea despite the hardship of the sea?
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Everyman
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What selection teaches the important lesson that death comes for every man when least expected?
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Pardoner’s Tale
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What selection teaches that the root of all evil is the love of money?
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Venerable Bede
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author of: Ecclesiastical History of the English People
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Geoffrey Chaucer
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Canterbury Tales Pardoner’s Tale
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Sir Walter Raleigh
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A nymph’s reply to the shepherd Of the Life of Man
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Pearl Poet
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wrote Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
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Thomas Mallory
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Monte Darthur
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Christopher Marlowe
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wrote Doctor Faustus
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John Foxe
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Book of Martyrs
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Edmund Spenser
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wrote The Faerie Queene
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Error
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The Dragon in the Faerie Queene–represents man’s errors.
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Gloriana
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represents glory as well as Queen Elizabeth
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Balthazar’s song
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Poem about the grief caused by the inconsistency of men
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madrigal
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consists of 5 or 6 voice parts sung independently, without accompaniment, and woven into an intricate pattern
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Popular Ballad
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a short narrative folk song which tells of a single event in an objective, unbiased manner
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Caedmon
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first poet whose name we know
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England’s first poet laureate
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Ben Johnson
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Wrote sonnet 116, sonnet 18, Balthazar’s Song, Macbeth, and Who is Silvia?
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William Shakespeare
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pastoral ballad
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song/poem concerning farm and shepherd life
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witches
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“Fair is foul and foul is fair” “Birmingham wood to high Suriname will shall come” “Double double toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble”
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Who said, “Do you see yonder Wicket-gate? Do you see yonder shining light?”
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Evangelist
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Who said, “What must I do to be saved?” Christian
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Christian
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Who said, “I have provoked God to anger and he has left me”
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man in cage
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Who said, “I am an enemy to this Prince, I hate his person, his laws, and his people”
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Apollyon
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Who said, “I escaped the Slough that I perceive you fell into”
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Faithful
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Who refuses to go with Christian?
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Obstinate
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Who was found at the bottom of the hill wanting to sleep?
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Sloth
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fellow pilgrim from Christian’s hometown/died in Vanity Fair
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Faithful
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Who was the Gatekeeper that represented Jesus?
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Goodwill
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Who Pulled Christian out of the Slough of Despond?
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Help
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Who lives in Carnal Policy and tries to live by the law?
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Mr. Worldly Wiseman
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Who takes Christian in and feeds him at Palace Beautiful?
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Discretion
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Who knew the scriptures in his mind but not with his heart?
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Talkative
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Who was the Old Man who tried to persuade Faithful to live with him?
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Adam the First
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Who ran from the chained lions?
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Timorous and Mistrust
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Who took a short cut over the wall of salvation/went different ways at the Hill of Difficulty?
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Formalist and Hypocrisy
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Who goes with Christian as far as the slough of Despond?
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Pliable
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Who explains Christians visions of the man in the iron cage and the dusty parlor?
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Interpreter
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When Christian lost his burden What did He receive?
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New Clothes
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Who was Christian battling when He almost died?
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Apollyon
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What two giants terrorized pilgrims at the end of the Valley of the Shadow of Death?
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Pope and Pagan
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What hill did Christian climb on his journey?
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Difficulty
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What was the only weapon Christian could use in the Valley of the Shadow of Death?
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Prayer
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Where did John Bunyan write Pilgrim’s Progress?
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Jail
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a narrative in which the characters, places, and other items are symbols
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Allegory
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Where did Christian’s family live?
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City of Destruction
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Where did Christian’s burden fall off?
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The Cross
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What did Christian’s burden stand for?
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sin
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What city stands for the worldly system?
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Vanity Fair
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What is the name of the swamp created by conviction for sin?
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Slough of Despond