ENGL 216 Quiz 3

ENGL 216 Quiz 3 Liberty University

  1. At the end of The Importance of Being Earnest, this character discovers his real name is ‘Earnest John’:
  2. The last lines of this poem state, “But the tender grace of a day that is dead / Will never come back to me.”
  3. In Book 2 of Aurora Leigh, Romney supports Aurora’s artistic endeavors.
  4. In “The Lady of Shalott” the mirror breaks when the Lady looks down at Camelot to see Lancelot.
  5. This poem is a metaphor for Jesus:
  6. “We see beautiful adaptations everywhere and in every part of the organic world” comes from this work:
  7. This poem mourns a disappearing rural scene:
  8. The Lady of Shalott is surrounded by:
  9. This poem depicts imperfect images that God loves anyway:
  10. This work suggests that King Arthur appeared as ordinary to his wife, Guenever, and his poets as Fleet Street is to Victorian poets:
  11. This character in The Importance of Being Earnest created the term ‘bunburyist’:
  12. Oscar Wilde can be seen as an early modern, a forerunner of the twentieth century’s renovations of dramatic form.
  13. What group does Aurora Leigh describe as “the only truth-tellers left to God”?
  14. The Lady of Shalott knows what her curse is.
  15. Jane Eyre describes Mr. Brocklehurst firstly as:
  16. A Christmas Carol is broken up into how many staves?
  17. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Miss Prism:
  18. Jane Eyre’s response to how she should avoid hell is not to die.
  19. In A Christmas Carol, Scrooge’s servants steal from him after he is dead.
  20. In the end of “The Lady of Shalott,” the Lady:
  21. In A Christmas Carol, which character says if the poor would rather die than subsist in workhouses, “they had better do it, and decrease the surplus population”?
  22. Key Events of the Victorian period include:
  23. In stave 1 of A Christmas Carol, Scrooge’s door knocker transforms into:
  24. On the Origin of Species proposes a struggle for existence among both animal and vegetable kingdoms.
  25. This poet is known for his creation of inscape and sprung rhythm:
  26. Victorian poetry developed in the shadow of Romanticism.
  27. How does Darwin define natural selection?
  28. In The Importance of Being Earnest, this character is Cecily’s guardian:
  29. At the end of A Christmas Carol, Tiny Tim dies.
  30. “My Last Duchess” can be interpreted in the following way:
  31. Aurora argues that fathers “have God’s license to be missed.”
  32. This work is both an allegory of social responsibility and a fable of individual transformation through symbolic rebirth:
  33. In The Importance of Being Earnest, Jack doesn’t know who his parents are because he was found:
  34. The Lady of Shalott lives:
  35. This poem presents the idea that the scientific world has challenged widely accepted theological and moral beliefs, causing people to doubt faith, God, and religion.
  36. The majority of Victorian readers did not expect literature to delight and instruct.
  37. This poet was considered “the poet of the people” and was the most popular Victorian poet:
  38. Is the Lady of Shalott looks at Camelot, she will be cursed.
  39. The line “I am half sick of shadows” is from the following poem:
  40. A Christmas Carol satirizes Victorian society’s harsh treatment of the poor.
  41. This poet was raised by an Anglican family, had a conversion experience, and became a Jesuit priest:
  42. This work ends with the famous words, “God bless Us, Every One!”
  43. This character in The Importance of Being Earnest states she would never consider marrying a man whose name isn’t Earnest:
  44. In A Christmas Carol, Scrooge is not able to change and learn.
  45. On the Origin of Species suggests that the structure of every organic being is related.
  46. Jane Eyre enjoys reading the Psalms.
  47. Aurora Leigh’s aunt taught her:
  48. In “The Bishop Orders His Tomb,” the Bishop refers to his as nephews:
  49. Aurora Leigh’s aunt is compared to:
  50. This poem is the keystone poem of the period:
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