Abeka English literature classics for Christians test 12 (final exam)

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The central idea in a work
Theme
Two rhyming lines which express a complete thought
Couplet
A play that ends happily
Comedy
A popular Elizabethan love song consisting of voice parts woven together
Madrigal
Metaphorical, compound words or phrases used in Anglo Saxon poetry
Kenning
The ridicule of human folly
Satire
A hero in conflict with another character
Protagonist
Speeches between two of more characters in a play
Dialogue
The physical background of a work
Setting
God dwells in nature
Pantheism
A fourteen line poem written in iambic pentameter
Sonnet
The arrangement of events in a story
Plot
A classic love song dealing with shepherds and rustic life
Pastoral
An elaborate comparison of two things which superficially have little in common
Conceit
A speech by one character alone
Soliloquy
Who wrote “the railway children”
E nisbit
Who wrote “his last bow”
Sir a conan Doyle
Who wrote “the lagoon”
Joseph conrad
Who was Scotland’s greatest poet
Robert burns
What is the greatest epic in English literature
Paradise lost
What is perhaps the best known morality play
Every man
What is the greatest Anglo Saxon poem
Beowulf
Who created the Byronic hero
George Gordon
-lord byron
William Wordsworth
Romantic age
Pygmalion
Twentieth century
Metaphysical conceit
Age of puritans
The faerie queen
Elizabethan period
John milton
Age of puritans
Age of prose
Victorian era
Robinson crusoe
Restoration and the eighteenth cenury
The rime of the ancient mariner
Romantic age
The pearl poet
Medieval period
Scope
Anglo Saxon period
Irony of fame and glory
To an athlete dying young
Justifying the way of God to men
Paradise lost
Memorial to the obscure humble people who lie buried
Elegy written in a country churchyard
The love of money is the root of all evil
The pardoner’s tale
Man’s need for rest
The pulley
Times of lament are no more and the simplicity of rural life
The deserted village
Permanence in a world of change satisfied through art
Ode on a Grecian urn
The love which should bind together all created things
The rime of the ancient mariner
Who is haunted by the memory of the death of his brother in “the lagoon”
Arsat
In 1984 what is the term that means, “the power of holding 2 contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them”
Doublethinking
In “his last bow” what country was Von Bork collecting info. From
England
In “the pilgrims progress” what symbolized assurance of salvation
Sealed roll
Who directed Christian to the wicket gate
Evangelist
From “mcbeth” what character suffers from sleepwalking because of guilt
Lady Macbeth
What character is told that his children will be kings
Banquo
What literary genre reached its peak during the Elizabethan period
Drama
What was the first literature of the Anglo saxons
Poetry
In Robinson Crusoe what caused Crusoe to ask for god’s help
Sickness
The Canterbury tales
Chaucer
Paradise lost
Milton
When I have fears
Keats
Mcbeth
Shakespeare
Amazing grace
Newton
David copper field
Dickens
The pilgrims progress
Bunyan
The cotter’s saturday night
Burns
Idylls of the king
Tennyson
Gulliver’s travels
Swift
The book of martyrs
Foxe
Robinson crusoe
Defoe
The second coming
Yeats
Pride and prejudice
Austen
My last duchess
Browning
*samuel Taylor coleridge* is considered the worlds supreme poet of nature
William wordsworth
Doctor Faustus sells his soul to the devil for *twenty four* earthly years of glory
True
In Pygmalion, professor *pickering* teaches Eliza to speak correctly
Higgins
In more darther, sir bedinere threw Excalibur into the lake the *third* time
True
Thomas hardy wrote “the convergence of the train” about the *titanic*
True
If winter comes, can spring be far behind
Ode to the west wind
This better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all
In memoriam
I’ll fares the land to hast’ning ills a prey where wealth accumulates and men decay
The deserted villege
Beauty is truth truth beauty
Ode on a Grecian urn
Water, water, every where nor any drop to drink
The rime of the ancient mariner
The best laid schemes o’ mice an’ men, gang aft agley
To a mouse
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