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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Four Quartets - Little Gidding.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the poem's speaker ask if he has the right to do at the very end of "Portrait of a Lady"?
2. What do people enjoy about marches like the one described in the "Triumphal March"?
(a) The acquisition of goods.
(b) The spectacle of power.
(c) The promise of a better future.
(d) The loss of human life.
3. How many conditions that "often look alike / Yet differ completely" does the speaker discuss in Part III of "Four Quartets: Little Gidding"?
4. The row of family portraits, "dingy busts," in "Difficulties of a Statesman" all look remarkably what?
5. What is said in Part IV of "Four Quartets: East Coker" to be "our only food"?
(a) The hated medicine.
(b) The bloody flesh.
(c) The care of lovers.
(d) The substance of Adam.
Short Answer Questions
1. Apprehension of the point of intersection of the timeless with time is the occupation of whom, according to Part V of "Four Quartets: The Dry Salvages"?
2. At what door might the speaker of "Eyes that last I saw in tears" see the eyes again?
3. Who shall be the speaker's bride in A Cooking Egg?
4. What sort bird calls through the fog at the end of "Marina"?
5. Whom does the poet shall "try" man's well-preserved complacency in the third of the "Five Finger Exercises"?
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