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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which character in Poem 9 gives the gift of hay?
(a) William Blake.
(b) The cow.
(c) The Marmalade Man.
(d) The rabbit.
2. Who is the character that drinks tea with William Blake in Poem 13?
(a) The cat who winds the clock.
(b) The cat who guards the door.
(c) The King of Cats.
(d) The wife of the King of Cats.
3. Which character mentioned in Poem 10 is the only one that is not happy?
(a) The cat.
(b) The boy.
(c) The tiger.
(d) The rat.
4. To which character does the King of Cats sends the shadows of a dozen mice in Poem 13?
(a) The cat who brings ice to his house.
(b) The cat who winds the clock.
(c) His wife.
(d) The cat who guards the door.
5. What is the instrument played by the Marmalade Man in Poem 12?
(a) A harpsichord.
(b) A banjo.
(c) A flute.
(d) A tambourine.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which character mentioned in Poem 14 has been stealing?
2. Which poetic form employed in Poem 8 is slower than the iambic form?
3. What object was captured by the tailor using a trap of lime and twigs in Poem 15?
4. Which two characters have to make amends in Poem 12?
5. Which character has been pilfering food from William Blake in Poem 15?
Short Essay Questions
1. When the rabbit requests that everyone make believe, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
2. What does Blake say to the fire in Poem 10?
3. Why would the lion lie down beside a bear, rabbit, sheep, and bird in Poem 14?
4. How is the experience different for the tiger compared to the boy in Poem 10?
5. What does Blake urge his readers to do in the Epilogue?
6. What do the sunflowers want in Poem 8?
7. What is unusual about the tailor's house in Poem 15?
8. What characters do the sunflowers move along with in Poem 8?
9. Describe tasks the King of Cats gives his wife in Poem 13.
10. When the rabbit requests that everyone make way, what does the cow do in Poem 9?
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