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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the title of Poem 1, "William Blake's Inn for Innocent and Experienced Travelers" refer to?
(a) Songs of Sorrow and Songs of Innocence.
(b) Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience.
(c) Poetry by William Shakespeare.
(d) Poems from a French author.
2. What characters gaze out from another tower in Poem 6?
(a) Two moles.
(b) Two sunflowers.
(c) Two thrushes.
(d) Two rabbits.
3. What is the object that begins to purr when the traveler enter the car during Poem 2?
4. What is the poetic form of Poem 4?
(b) Rime couye.
(c) Romance seven.
(d) Romance five.
5. Which character signs the dedication on the title page in the Introduction?
(b) Miss Pratt.
(d) Nancy Willard.
6. What animal is the vehicle mentioned in Poem 2 similar to?
7. Which character calls everyone "my loves" in Poem 5?
(a) The Man in the Marmalade Hat.
(b) William Blake.
(c) The child on the roof.
(d) The raccoon.
8. What is the object affixed to the vehicle during Poem 2?
(a) A glowing star.
(b) A toy.
(c) A British Flag.
(d) A small bird.
9. Who does Nancy believe sent The Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience?
(a) Nancy Willard.
(d) Miss Pratt.
10. What are the two objects that the Man in the Marmalade Hat carries in Poem 5?
(a) A bucket and a mop.
(b) A bird and a jewelry box.
(c) A box of papers and a pen.
(d) A jar of marmalade and a spoon.
11. What object mentioned in Poem 5 will straighten out the bends in the roads?
(a) A car.
(b) A ruler.
(c) A liquid pen.
(d) A bottle of starch.
12. Who is the main character of Poem 6?
(a) The rabbit.
(b) The King of Cats.
(c) William Blake.
(d) The boy.
13. Which character in the Frontispiece wants to know how far the journey will be?
(a) Marmalade Man.
14. What is accomplished by removing capitals and having simple, exact rhymes in Poem 2?
(a) The rhymes are forced.
(b) The story is hard to follow.
(c) The reader is confused.
(d) The poem feels like a story.
15. What object lies at the top of the tower in Poem 6?
(a) A plate.
(b) A bowl.
(c) A table.
(d) A door.
Short Answer Questions
1. What object in Poem 7 was eaten with butter?
2. When the boy is homesick, what does he wish for during Poem 3?
3. Who is the main character?
4. What is the poetic form of Poem 3?
5. In the Frontispiece, who is having a conversation?
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