ENGL 205 Reading Quiz 5

ENGL 205 Reading Quiz 5 Regent

  1. The Ghost of Christmas Present shows Scrooge that there is both joy and suffering in the world around him.
  2. The Whiteboard presentation about Romantic literature explains that the label “romantic” was a chivalric title those poets used to describe themselves.
  3. When Scrooge sees his own future, he’s relieved that a few people will grieve for him after he dies.
  4. The Ancient Mariner’s ship becomes “like a painted ship upon a painted ocean” because the Mariner killed the white dove.
  5. In Whitman’s “When I Heard the Learned Astronomer,” the poet escapes the astronomer’s conversation to retire to the seashore.
  6. Scrooge is still a little grouchy and miserly at the end of A Christmas Carol, showing that change can’t happen overnight.
  7. The “Rime of the Ancient Mariner,”  a morality tale about loving all creatures great and small, is told by an old seaman to a wedding guest.
  8. When Scrooge first sees the ghost of Marley in A Christmas Carol, he immediately starts to feel guilty for the way he’s acted.
  9. In the beginning of section 6 of Whitman’s “Song of Myself”, the poet examines a blade of grass.
  10. Tennyson’s long poem, The Idylls of the King, is a retelling of the Oedipal drama.
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