Combo with "A Beka 12th English Literature Units 1-2" and 16 others

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Wycliffe
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Considered to be the greatest prose writer of fourteenth-century England
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pageant
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Movable platform on which plays were preformed
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morality play
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Kind of medieval play that depicted an allegorical battle in which vices and virtues wage for the possession of a human soul
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Everyman
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Best morality play
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mystery play
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Kind of medieval play that depicted Bible stories
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miracle play
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Kind of medieval play that depicted the life of Jesus
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Pearl Poet
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Author of “Sir Gawain and the Green Knight”
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man
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Who eventually got up and barred the door?
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lovesickness
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Why did both Barbara Allan and John Graeme die?
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1066
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When did William the Conqueror invade England?
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lyric
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A short poem characterized by emotion, melody, and imagination
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scop
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Anglo-Saxon poet
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gleeman
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Anglo-Saxon performer of poetry
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caesura
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The break in the middle of a line of Anglo-Saxon poetry
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parallelism
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Repetition of ideas in slightly differing forms
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alliteration
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Beginning words with the same consonant sound
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accent
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Stressing certain syllables or words
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poetry
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First Anglo-Saxon literature
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Hrothgar
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Whose mead-hall did Beowulf defend?
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Beowulf
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Oldest surviving epic of any Germanic people
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Honey-Mead
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Name the story: “Drained into vats, I’m dangerous grown. I tie up my victim, and trip him, and throw him;”
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The Venerable Bede
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Author of the Ecclesiastical History of the English People
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Grendel
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First foe that Beowulf fought
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Grendel’s mother
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Second foe that Beowulf fought
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dragon
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Third foe that Beowulf fought
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Good-Deeds
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Who is the only one who accompanies Everyman to the judgement seat?
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spring
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What time of year do the pilgrims start towards Canterbury?
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Canterbury
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Where are the pilgrims going?
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thirty
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How many pilgrims are going to Canterbury?
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exemplum
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Short tale or anecdote told to teach a lesson
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the love of money is the root of all evil
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What lesson does “The Pardoner’s Tale” teach?
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Mallory
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Author of Morte D’Arthur
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Chaucer
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Author of Canterbury Tales
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popular ballad
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Short narrative folk song which tells of a single (usually tragic) event in an objective, unbiased manner
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carol
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Popular art form which originated in medieval France
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one hundred years
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How long was it until literature written in English was found after the Norman conquest?
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Caxton
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Made the first printing press
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medieval romance
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a narrative form popular during the medieval period; this form of writing is based primarily on the adventures of knights, kings, or distressed ladies. the themes include love, religious faith, the desired for adventure, and often an involvement with supernatural forces. Often, the main character sets forth on a quest or journey and meets with distracting
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ballad stanza
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a four-line stanza with four accented iambic syllables in lines one and three, and three accented syllables in lines two and four. The rhyme scheme is a b c b.
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allegory
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a narrative in which the characters, places, and events represent certain abstract qualities or ideas designed to teach some moral lesson or truth.
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fable
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a short tale in which the principal actors are animals; it is often used to teach a lesson.
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Contains scripture readings, prayers, and other aids for congregational and personal workship
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The Faerie Queen
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An allegorical epic romance that develops twelve moral virtues (holiness, temperance, chastity, friendship, justice, courtesy, etc.). In the selection, a knight accompanied by Una (truth) defeats a dragon (lies); author had only written 6 of the 12 books at his death
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Doctor Faustus
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Conversation between man, good angel, and bad angel about man’s path in life. Ends with the man being dragged to hell.
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The Passionate Shepherd to His Love
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A shepherd speaks of a pleasure-filled future with his love
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The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd
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A poetic response to Marlowe’s poem; nymph says she won’t accept unless youth lasted forever
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On the Life of Man
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Poet speaks of life as a play
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Verses Found in His Bible
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Poet speaks of good things expiring, but remains confident that God will bring them back
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Leave Me, O Love
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Poet asks to lose pagan love and gain Eternel Love
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Burning Babe
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Best of Southwell’s poems; Babe burns in order to save others
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A Hymn to God the Father
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Poet thanks the Lord for being ”stern” since it saved him from sin
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Under the Greenwood Tree
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Poet talks about a care-free life whose only difficulties are winter and rough weather
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Hark, Hark! The Lark
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Talks about a new day
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Delight in Disorder
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Poet says idiosyncrasies are more attractive than precise art; carefree is favored over formality
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His Prayer for Absolution
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Poet who asks God to disregard anything that does not glorify Him; says that work that is worthy of God’s benediction is the best of all his work
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To God, on His Sickness
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Poet says that even when death is near, his confident that God will save him
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The Constant Lover
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Poet talks about the wonderfulness of constant love, but apparently lives by just the opposite
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To Lucasta, Going to the Wars
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I could not love thee, dear, so much/Loved I not honor more
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To Althea, From Prison
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Stone walls do not a prison make/Nor iron bars a cage
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The Anniversary
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All other things to their destruction draw/Only our love hath no decay When bodies to their graves, souls from their graves remove
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Meditation XVII
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No man is an island, entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent of the main.
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Friends Departed
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They are all gone into the world of light!
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On His Having Arrived at the Age of Twenty-three
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How soon hath Time, the subtle thief of youth/Stol’n on his wing my three and twentieth year!
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Paradise Lost
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Of man’s first disobedience, and the fruit/Of that forbidden tree, whose mortal taste/Brought death into the world, and all our woe/ With loss of Eden, till one greater Man/ Restore us, and regain the blissful seat
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To Althea, from Prison
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Poet addresses love and tells her that although he is imprisoned, he still is free in love, free to support his comrades, and entitled to his own opinions
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Go, Lovely Rose!
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Poet sends a rose to his love to show her that beauty isn’t eternal and unfortunately not always admired, so she should stop being shy and enjoy the attention she is given
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Of the Last Verses in the Book
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Poet says that although he could physically see when he was young, he now see spiritually
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The Bait
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A poetic response to Marlowe’s The Passionate Shepherd to Love that talks about his love as a bait (says fish swim around her when she walks in water)
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Death Be Not Proud
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Says death is just a short sleep and that death will die
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Renunciation
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Talks about the end of his life ”play’s last scene” and going to heaven
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A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning
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Compares his relationship with his wife to a compass
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Anagram
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How well her name an Army doth present/In whom the Lord of Hosts did pitch his tent!
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Antiphon
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Type of church song; tells people to praise the Lord
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Bitter-Sweet
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Poet talks about a firm Lord who punishes because he loves
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Love
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Talks about Love and feeling guilt when meeting Love
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The Pulley
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Says God uses peace as an incentive for men be pulled to God
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Discipline
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Beseeches God to use Love instead of wrath
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The Collar
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Talks about a priest who is ”fed up” and who wants to give up, but who is called back by God
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The World
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Poet speaks of a doting lover, a darksome statesman, a fearful miser and a downright epicure
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Peace
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Talks about God being peace
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Wonder
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Talks about the conversion experience
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News
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Talks about receiving news from a foreign land (Heaven)
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On Christmas Day
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Talks about Christ’s birth
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An Epitaph upon Husband and Wife
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Speaks of a couple who will reunite in heaven
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Verses from the Shepherd’s Hymn
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Speaks of God in various forms as a savior
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Now
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Talks about future, present, and past
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Song: On May Morning
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Talks about the sun and the month of May
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On the Late Massacre in Piedmont
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Poet voices his indignation at the atrocities which occurred to the Waldensians, a group of dedicated Protestants living in Piedmont, Iral. When the Duke of Savoy demanded that they become Catholics or leave the country immediately, they refused and were consequentially murdered
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On His Blindness
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Talks about being blind
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On Paradise Lost
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A review of paradise lost
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Herrick
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Poet who was greatly influenced by Ben Jonson and who wrote nearly one thousand three hundred poems; A London-born, Cambridge-educated poet who served as an Anglican clergyman at Dean Prior in Devonshire
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Lovelace
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Poet who was imprisoned when the Puritans came into power; An enthusiastic, Oxford-educated, Royalist supporter from a prominent and wealthy family
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Waller
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Poet whose greatest contribution to literature was his use of the rhymed couplet; A Cambridge-educated poet who was one of the most popular lyric poets of his time; Poet who joined the Puritan cause, but when hostilities developed, he took the king’s side (later pardoned and made commissioner of trade by Cromwell and later served in Parliament); Poet who was not really a cavalier poet
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Donne
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An Anglican clergyman who was one of the most influential preachers in England and Dean of St. Paul’s; Poet whose poems were not published until his death
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Herbert
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A Cambridge-educated, prominent Welsh-family born poet who won the post of university orator at 18; Poet who gave up hopes of a life in government to become a modest country preacher; Wrote The Temple
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Vaughan
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a Welsh physician who greatly admired George Herbert and imitated him in certain of his verse; Poet who suffered a prolonged illness and who combined a love of nature with mysticism in his poems
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Traherne
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A Welsh Metaphysical poet who studied at Oxford and became an Anglican clergyman; his poetry often showed his idyllic reflections of spiritual childhood
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Crashaw
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Son of a Puritan preacher and poet who was greatly influenced by George Herbert; Wrote Steps to the Temple
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Bishop Ken
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An Anglican bishop, hymn writer, and royal chaplain to Charles II; Once imprisoned in the Tower of London for refusing to publish King James’s Declaration of Indulgence which promoted Roman Catholicism; Wrote ”Awake, My Soul, and with the Sun”, ”Glory to Thee, My God, This Night”, and ”Praise God from Whom all Blessings Flow” (doxology)
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Milton
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Next to Shakespeare, this poet ranks as the greatest English poet; he was certainly the most outstanding poet of the seventeenth century; this poet didn’t earn a penny until he was at least 32 years old; this poet developed a great love for books and music and was only 16 when he entered Cambridge and twenty-three when he earned his master’s degree; Poet who was Latin Secretary (government foreign correspondence and written defence of Puritan principles) under Cromwell’s Commonwealth; Who wrote Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained, and Samson Agonistes; Who wrote Petrarchan 23 sonnets, 5 of which were written in Italian?; greatest poet of his day; 2nd greatest English writer
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Marvell
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A Puritan poet and politician educated at Cambridge who was Milton’s assistant when Milton was Latin Secretary of the Commonwealth; Which poet’s poetry combines elements of Metaphysical and Cavalier poetry?; Poet who wrote ”The Garden” and ”To His Coy Mistress” and who wrote satiric poetry
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couplet
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favorite verse form of the Restoration and eighteenth-century poets
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Puritans
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believed Christians should live a pure and holy life; Anglican church had not reformed Roman Catholic influences enough
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Bunyan
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greatest prose writer of the age
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Cavalier poets
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lyricists of a lighter vein who emphasized the pleasures of this world; lovey dove songs
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metaphysical poets
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interested in the things of the mind/soul and eternity
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conceit
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unusual comparison
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Go Lovely Rose
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sends a rose to show his love that beauty is fleeting
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An Epitaph
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death again weds a couple
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Pilgrim’s Progress
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Greatest English allegory
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Satan
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begins to like hell; is it’s new possessor; wants to get God back by corrupting man
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Pliable
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A well-intentioned man who decides to join Christian on his pilgrimage but, having little courage and less resolution, turns back at the first obstacle.
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Mr. Worldly Wiseman
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Knows the world and has come to terms with it on a high moral level. A generous and sympathetic man, he obeys the 10 Commandments and lives in great esteem among his friends and neighbors. With his plausibility, he almost seduces Christian in advising him to settle down in the village of Morality instead of going on toward the Celestial City.
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Obstinate
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One who is stubborn and accepts things as they are, resisting any change, and things anyone undertaking a pilgrimage like Christian’s is a fool.
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Christian
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A poor, ragged man who flees from the wicked City of Destruction, convinced that God is going to destroy it and sets off on a pilgrimage.
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Evangelist
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Preacher of the Holy Word, always eager to help those who are seriously concerned about the state of their souls and about finding the way to Heaven.
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Formality
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A traveler whom Christian meets along the wall of Salvation. With his companion Hypocrisy, this character sneaks over the wall, instead of following the straight and narrow as Christian did.
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Mr. ByEnds
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A user of religion for personal ends and social profit. This character accompanies Christian briefly after Christian escapes from Vanity and is willing to use anything for profit.
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Talkative
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Fellow pilgrim who travels alongside Christian and Faithful for a while. This character is questioned by Christian for valuing spiritual words over religious deeds.
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Apollyon
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Fierce monster with fish scales, bear feet, and dragon wings. He threatens Christian and fights him with a sword until Christian defeats him.
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Faithful
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A townsman from the City of Destruction whom Christian meets as he emerges from the Valley of the Shadow of Death. The 2 Pilgrims go along together until Faithful meets his death by execution at Vanity Fair.
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Demas
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Gentlemanly figure who tries to entice Christian and Hopeful with silver and dreams of wealth.
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Giant Despair
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Master of the Doubting Castle. This character imprisons Hopeful and Christian for trespassing on his domain.
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Hopeful
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A refugee from Vanity Fair who joins Christian, and the 2 of them go on together all the way to the Celestial City
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Diffidence
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Giant Despair’s wife. She encourages the harsh punishment of Hopeful and Christian in the Doubting Castle
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Help
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Fellow pilgrim who helps pull Christian from the Swamp of Despondence.
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The Interpreter
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Spiritual guide who shelters Christian. This character instructs Christian in the art of reading religious meanings hidden in everyday objects and events, which he houses in his Significant Rooms
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Ignorance
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He is heading to the Celestial City as well and believes he will be able to enter because of his good deeds, praying, and tithing.
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Gray
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led the way from Classicism to Romanticism
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Friday
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the name of Robinson Crusoe’s servant
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Lilliput
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place in *Gulliver’s Travels* where the natives are six inches tall, first country visited
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Austen
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author who perfected the novel of manners; Pride and Prejudice
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“Lines Written in Early Spring” (William Wordsworth)
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poem which contains the following lines: Have I not reason to lament What man has made of man?”
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art ballad
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term for an imitation by a modern poet of the early English and Scottish popular ballads
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an albatross
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In *The Rime of the Ancient Mariner*, what did the Mariner kill?
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the Wedding-Guest
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To whom did the ancient Mariner tell his tale in *The Rime of the Ancient Mariner*?
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“The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” (Samuel Taylor Coleridge)
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greatest of all English literary ballads poem that contains the lines “Water, water every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water every where, Nor any drop to drink.”
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London, 1802
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poem that contains the lines “Milton! Thou should’st be living at the hour:/ England hath need of thee.”
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Ode to a Grecian Urn
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permanence in a world of change can be satisfied through art poem that contains the line “Beauty is truth, truth is beauty”
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around the mariner’s neck
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where did the sailors hang the dead albatross
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A Song for St. Cecilia’s Day, 1687
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celebrates the patron saint of music
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elegy
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a melancholy poem which reflects on nature and death
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epigram
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any brief poem, often used as an inscription for monuments or tombs. In modern times, it is a concise saying, often witty or satiric
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familiar essay
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Romantic Age; informal, and more personal essay than those written in the 18th century; characterized by its intimate style; light humor or wit; emphasis on individual tastes, experiences, and opinions; and a wide range of subject matter from everyday life; perfected by Lamb, Hazlitt, Hunt, and De Quincey
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neoclassicism
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a European movement characterized by an interest in and imitation of classical works and styles, emphasizing conformity to fixed literary standards, proper patterns of outward social conduct, formality, restraint, polish, and elegance
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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
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the greatest of all English literary ballads
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Ode on a Grecian Urn
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“Beauty is truth, truth is beauty”
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The Cotter’s Saturday Night
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“An honest man’s the noblest work of God”
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Lines Written in Early Spring
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“Have I not reason to lament/ What has man made of man?”
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Kubla Khan
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“Through the caverns measureless to man/ Down to a sunless sea”
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Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
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“Full many a gem of purest ray serene/ The dark unfathomed caves of ocean bear”
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Ode to the West Wind
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“If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”
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An Essay on Man
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“Say first, of God above Man or below,/ What can we reason but from what we know?”
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When I Have Borne in Memory
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theme of __________: Wordsworth fears for England but is ashamed of doubts; expresses patriotic feelings for England as a husband and father would express feelings for a wife and child
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A Slumber Did My Spirit Seal
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theme of __________: (Lucy poem) lost himself when he lost his girl
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The Task
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theme of __________: reflects on the natural beauty around Cowper
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To a Louse
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theme of __________: seeing ourselves as others see us
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Scott
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creator of the historical novel
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Coleridge
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author of “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
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Romantic
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Era (Age) of William Wordsworth
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Boswell
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author of “The Life of Samuel Johnson”
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Watts
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father of English Hymnody
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Swift
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greatest English prose Satirist
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Burns
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Scotland’s greatest poet
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The Spectator
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story involving Sir Roger de Coverly
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Pride and Prejudice
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story involving Mr. Darcy
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Gulliver’s Travels
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story involving the Lilliputians
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Ivanhoe and Rebecca
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story involving the Black Knight
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The Battle of Blenheim
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expressed about the significance of war
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Morte Darthur
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Sir Bedivere attempts to conceal a sword
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Sonnet 18
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“Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day?”
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Macbeth
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“A Little water clears us of this deed”
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The Book of Martyrs
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Dr. Rowland Taylor is burned at the stake for preaching the gospel
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Utopia
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means “no place”
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Ecclesiastical History of the English People
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tells the story of Caedmon
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beauty
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What one overpowering idea shaped Johns Keats’s work
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Egypt
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“The Glories of the Desert Sky” pictures the sky over the country of
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drama
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literary genre which reached its peak during the Elizabethan period was_________
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Morgan
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The Hidden Years at Nazareth, an account of the probable work of Jesus during His teen years and early manhood, was written by
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Bacon
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the first essayist in English literature was
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Conrad
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author of “The Lagoon”
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theme
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the central idea in a work
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comedy
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a play that ends happily
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madrigal
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popular Elizabethan love song consisting of voice parts woven together
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kenning
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metaphorical, compound words or phrases used in Anglo-Saxon poetry
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satire
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the ridicule of human folly
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protagonist
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main character
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dialogue
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speeches between two of more characters in a play
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setting
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the physical background of a work
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sonnet
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a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter
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plot
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the arrangement of events in a story
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pastoral
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a classic love song dealing with shepherds and rustic life
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conflict
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struggle between opposing forces
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solioquy
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a speech by one character alone
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In Memoriam
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“Tis better to have loved and lost/ Than never to have loved at all.”
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To a Mouse
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“The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ me,/ Gang aft agley.”
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Queen Victoria
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England’s longest-reigning monarch
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Tennyson
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the “Voice of Victorian England,” one of the greatest craftsmen of the English language, and the most popular poet of the Victorian Era; wrote “Ulysses,” *Idylls of the King*, and *In Memoriam*
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Break, Break, Break
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the first published elegy for Tennyson’s friend, Arthur Hallam
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idyll
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term for a short work describing a pleasant scene of country or domestic life; a brief picture, sketch, or scene
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dramatic monologue
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term for a lyric poem which reveals “a soul in action” through the conversation of one character in a dramatic situation
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Ulysses
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dramatic monologue that is considered to be Tennyson’s greatest poem because it encourages people “To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield”
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Locksley Hall
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Tennyson’s monologue by a young man who has been rejected by his lover; poem in which Tennyson expresses great optimism concerning man’s supposed evolution
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Enoch Arden
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Tennyson’s domestic idyll that has been called one of the noblest stories of self-sacrifice in all literature; the most popular of Tennyson’s poems
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King Arthur
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the ideal king in *Idylls of the King* who represents the spiritual power which can subdue the lower nature of man; symbolic of Christ and the soul
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Guinivere
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the queen in *Idylls of the King* who is symbolic of the flesh, the visible, and material or real
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Lancelot
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the knight of knights unequaled in deeds and prowess, except by the king, in Tennyson’s *Idylls of the King*
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Camelot
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name of the realm in Tennyson’s *Idylls of the King*
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Lancelot and Guinivere
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the lovers in *Guinivere*, from *Idylls of the King*
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Sir Mordred
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evil knight who deals King Arthur a mortal blow in *The Passing of Arthur*
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Excalibur
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name of King Arthur’s sword (from *The Passing of Arthur*)
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Jonson
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England’s first poet laureate in the modern sense
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Dryden
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England’s first *official* poet laureate
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The Revenge
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Tennyson’s ballad that describes how Sir Richard Grenville stood against a Spanish fleet of fifty-three vessels and fifteen thousand men in 1591
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Locksley Hall Sixty Years After
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poem in which Tennyson looks back in disillusionment at his youthful faith in human evolution
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Crossing the Bar
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Allfred, Lord Tennyson’s poem about passing from life to death, which always appears at the end of collections of Tennyson’s works
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“Break, Break, Break” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
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poem that contains the lines “But O for the touch of a vanished hand, And the sound of a voice that is still!”
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“Ulysses” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
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poem that contains the line, “I am a part of all that I have met.”
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“Locksley Hall” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
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poem that contain the line, “In the Spring a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.”
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“The Passing of Arthur” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
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poem that contains the lines, “The old order changeth, yielding place to new, And God fulfils himself in many ways, Lest one good custom should corrupt the world. More things are wrought by prayer Than this world dreams of.”
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“Crossing the Bar” (Alfred, Lord Tennyson)
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poem that contains the lines, “Sunset and evening star, And one clear call for me! And may there be no moaning of the bar, When I put out to sea.”
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Elizabeth Barrett Browning
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poet whose poems spoke out against many social issues of the day and eloquently expressed her deep love for her husband; wrote *Sonnets from the Portuguese* and “The Look”
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forty-four
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number of sonnets contained in Browning’s *Sonnets from the Portuguese*
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*Sonnets from the Portuguese* (Elizabeth Barrett Browning)
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work that contains the line, “God’s gifts put man’s best dreams to shame.”work that contains the following lines: “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. I love thee to the depth and breadth and height My soul can reach.” work that contains the following lines: “I love thee with the breath, Smiles, tears, of all my life; and if God choose, I shall but love thee better after death.”
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Robert Browning
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poet who was known for his dramatic monologues; wrote “My Last Duchess,” “Rabbi Ben Ezra,” *Pippa Passes*, and “Prospice”
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*Pippa Passes* (Robert Browning)
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work that contains the lines “God’s in his heaven– All’s right with the world!”
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“Dover Beach” (Matthew Arnold)
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poem that contains the lines, “And we are here as on a darkling plain Swept with confused alarms of struggle and flight, Where ignorant armies clash by night.”
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Rossetti
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Christian poet who wrote “Goblin Market,” “Song,” “Scourge, but Receive Me,” “The Three Enemies,” and “‘Descent from the Cross”
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“Song” (Christina Rossetti)
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poem which contains the lines “And dreaming through the twilight That doth not rise nor set, Haply I may remember, And haply may forget.”
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Hopkins
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Jesuit priest who wrote “Pied Beauty,” “God’s Grandeur,” “Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord, and “The Windhover”
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“Thou Art Indeed Just, Lord” (Gerard Manley Hopkins)
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poem which contains the lines “Thou art indeed just Lord, if I contend with thee; but, sir so what I plead is just. Why do sinners’ways prosper? and why must Disappointment all I endeavour end?”
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“God’s Grandeur” (Gerard Manley Hopkins)
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poem that contains the line “The world is charged with the grandeur of God.”
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MacDonald
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Scottish preacher whose literary works reflect his deep spiritual interest; wrote “That Holy Thing,” “Obedience,” and *The Princess and the Goblin*
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That Holy Thing
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poem in which George MacDonald expresses the idea that God’s ways are not our ways and that He answers our prayers and meets our needs according to His will and in His own way
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Thompson
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Roman Catholic who wrote *The Hound of Heaven*
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“Invictus” (William Ernest Henley)
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poem which contains the lines “It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.”
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Stevenson
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one of the world’s best-loved and most widely read authors, whose search for a suitable climate for his poor health, combined with his natural vagabond longing, took him all over the world and enabled him to gain background and insight for his many books and essays; wrote primarily for the enjoyment of his readers; works include “The Sire de Maletroit’s Door,” “My Wife,” “Requiem,” *Treasure Island*, *Kidnapped*, and *Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde*
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Yes
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Does Denis de Beaulieu marry Blanche in *The Sire de Maletroit’s Door*?
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“Requiem” (Robert Louis Stevenson)
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poem that contains the lines “Here he lies where he longed to be; Home is the sailor home from the sea, And the hunter home from the hill.”
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Kamal
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name of the main character in “The Ballad of East and West”
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“Danny Deever” (Rudyard Kipling)
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poem that contains the lines “They’ve taken of his buttons off an’ cut his stripes away, An’ they’re hangin’ Danny Deever in the mornin’.”
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“The Ballad of East and West” (Rudyard Kipling)
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poem which contains the following lines: “Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet Till Earth and Sky stand presently at God’s great Judgment Seat; But there is neither East nor West, Border, nor Breed, nor Birth, When two strong men stand face to face, tho’ they come from the ends of the earth!”
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“Recessional” (Rudyard Kipling)
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poem that contains the lines “Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget– least we forget!”
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Wilde
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neopagan author who wrote *The Importance of Being Earnest*, “The Nightingale and the Rose,” and *The Ballad of Reading Gaol*
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*The Ballad of Reading Gaol* (Oscar Wilde)
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poem that expresses the feelings of a man in jail condemned to be hanged
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prose
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The Victorian Era was known as the great age of ___.
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Eliot
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author who portrayed the common people of the country and villages
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Kipling
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author who wrote about exotic India in *Kim*
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Hardy
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author who wrote brooding, simplistic psychological novels at the end of the nineteenth century; wrote “Tony Kytes, the Arch-deceiver,” “The Darkling Thrush,” “The Convergence of Twain,” “In Time of The Breaking of Nations,” and *The Dynasts*
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*Sherlock Holmes* (Arthur Conan Doyle)
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famous terror, mystery, and detective novel series
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Dickens
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the first popular Victorian novelist and England’s most famous and best-loved novelist, who portrayed the lower middle class living in the city; wrote *David Copperfield*, *A Tale of Two Cities*, *Pickwick Papers*, *Oliver Twist*, and *A Christmas Carol*
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*David Copperfield* (Charles Dickens)
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one of the most beloved novels of all time
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Peggotty
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the Copperfields’ housekeeper in *David Copperfield*
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His mother got married.
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What incident disappointed David in Chapter 3 of *David Copperfield*?
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The Convergence of the Twain
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poem about the *Titanic*
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“The Darkling Thrush” (Thomas Hardy)
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poem that contains the lines “An aged thrush, frail, gaunt, and small, In blast-beruffled plume, Had chosen thus to fling his soul Upon the growing gloom.”
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“The Convergence of the Twain” (Thomas Hardy)
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poem that contains the lines “Till the Spinner of the Years Said “Now!” And each one hears, And consummation comes, and jars two hemispheres.”
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Spurgeon
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the Prince of Preachers who wrote *The Treasury of David*
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Psalm 8
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the chapter of the Bible on which the selection from *The Treasury of David* is a commentary
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Bonar
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Scottish pastor and hymn writer in the Free Church of Scotland who wrote hymns, including “I Lay My Sins on Jesus” and “I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say”
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Matheson
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blind Scottish minister who wrote “O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go” and “Make Me a Captive, Lord”
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Havergal
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Welsh writer of evangelistic hymns; wrote “Take My Life, and Let It Be” and “Who Is on the Lord’s Side”
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Neale
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Cambridge graduate with pro-Catholic leanings who wrote “Art Thou Weary?”
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Baring-Gould
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Anglican minister who wrote “Now the Day Is Over” and “Onward, Christian Soldiers”
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Keble
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hymn writer who preached the sermon which officially began the Oxford Movement; wrote “Sun of My Soul”
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Wordsworth
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the greatest English poet since Milton who initiated the Romantic Movement in England; the world’s supreme poet of nature, who was appointed poet laureate by Queen Victoria; wrote *Lyrical Ballads*, “Liens Written in Early Spring”, “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud,” and “Ode: Imitations of Immortality”
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supernatural
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The Romantic writers had a definite interest in the ______ and the spiritual in all its aspects.
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Lucy poems
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the group of elegiac poems by William Wordworth that center on a girl whose real identity is unknown
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Biographia Literaria
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Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s most important critical work
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Southey
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Lake Poet who wrote “The Battle of Blenheim” along with epics, histories, and biographies
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Blenheim, Austria
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Where is “The Battle of Blenheim” set?
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George Gordon
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Romantic author of *Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage*, *Don Juan*, *When We Two Parted*, *The Prisoner of Chillon*, “Maid of Athens, Ere We Part,” and “On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth Year”
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“To a Skylark” (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
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poem that contains the lines “We look before and after And pine for what is not: Our sincerest laughter With some pain is fraught; Our sweetest songs are those that tell of saddest thought.”
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“Ode to the West Wind” (Percy Bysshe Shelley)
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poem that contains the lines “Oh lift me as a wave, a leaf, a cloud! I fall upon the thorns of life! I bleed! A heavy wight of hours has chained and bowed One too like thee.–tameless, and swift, and proud. If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?”
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Keats
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the only poet of humble birth, who used rich, sensual imagery; wrote “On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer,” “La Belle Dame sans Merci,” “Ode on a Grecian Urn,” and “When I Have Fears”
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“Ode on a Grecian Urn” (John Keats)
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*the most famous ode in English*; contains the lines “‘Beauty is truth, truth beauty,’– that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.”
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Moore
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Irish poet and musician who wrote “The Harp That Once thro’ Tara’s Halls,” “‘Tis the Last Rose of Summer,” and “Come, Ye Disconsolate”
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Rebecca
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name of the Jewish maiden in *Ivanhoe*
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*The Lay of the Last Minstrel* (Sir Walter Scott)
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poem that contains the lines “Breathes there the man, with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath said, This is my own, my native land!”
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*Lochinvar* (Sir Walter Scott)
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poem that contains the lines “Oh, what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive!”
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Dream Children: A Reverie
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Charles Lamb’s most nostalgic and melancholy essay
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familiar essays
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Charles Lamb is best remembered for his ____ ___.
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Heber
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Anglican minister who compiled the first Romantic hymnal; wrote “Brightest and Best Sons of the Morning,” “From Greenland’s Icy Mountains,” and “God That Madest Earth and Heaven”
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Kelly
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hymn writer who wrote “Praise the Savior”
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Lyte
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Anglican minister who wrote “Praise, My Soul the King of Heaven,” Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken,” and “Abide with Me”

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