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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What is the reader implored not to hope to find behind the white well in the third Landscape?
(a) The white hart.
(b) Memories of pride.
(c) Broken steel.
(d) The broken branch.

2. In Part I of "Four Quartets: Burnt Norton", into what does the "door we never opened" lead?
(a) The past.
(b) A castle of thought.
(c) A rose-garden.
(d) A new life.

3. What object in "Fragments of an Aristophanic Melodrama" is related to a coffin?
(a) An image of a flowerbox.
(b) A ten-sided playing dice.
(c) The word "coffer."
(d) The two of spades.

4. In the second stanza of "Eyes that last I saw in tears", the speaker says that the eyes he shall not see again are eyes of what?
(a) Diminution.
(b) Derision.
(c) Division.
(d) Decision.

5. What reality does the poem attempt to convey behind the impressive display of the "Triumphal March"?
(a) The temporality of power.
(b) The fecundity of love.
(c) The frivolity of war.
(d) The inevitability of death.

6. Where does the "golden vision" reappear in "Eyes that last I saw in tears"?
(a) Death's dream kingdom.
(b) Under the red rock.
(c) Death's other kingdom.
(d) The wold.

7. What object is the speaker of "Marina" considering when he states that the object is "less clear and clearer"?
(a) A face.
(b) A painting.
(c) A voice.
(d) A pulse.

8. Between what two things were the bells swinging in "The wind sprang up at four o'clock"?
(a) Love and hate.
(b) Truth and falsity.
(c) Time and eternity.
(d) Life and death.

9. How many conditions that "often look alike / Yet differ completely" does the speaker discuss in Part III of "Four Quartets: Little Gidding"?
(a) Two.
(b) Nine.
(c) Three.
(d) Seven.

10. Where are children's voices heard in the Landscape of New Hampshire?
(a) The front yard.
(b) The orchard.
(c) The dining hall.
(d) The bedroom.

11. In Part II of "Four Quartets: Little Gidding", the death of hope and despair is the death of what?
(a) Air.
(b) Fire.
(c) Earth.
(d) Water.

12. What two things are made one in the "crowned knot of fire" discussed at the end of Part V of "Four Quartets: Little Gidding"?
(a) The living and the dead.
(b) Hell and the devil.
(c) The fire and the rose.
(d) The true and the good.

13. In the second chorus of 'The Rock,' it is said that the people will neglect what?
(a) The mind.
(b) The Faith.
(c) The Temple.
(d) The body.

14. The enemy in "Lines for an Old Man" is said to be dangling from what?
(a) The hanging tree.
(b) The friendly tree.
(c) The fruited tree.
(d) The vicious tree.

15. At what door might the speaker of "Eyes that last I saw in tears" see the eyes again?
(a) The door of dreaming.
(b) The door of life's long hall.
(c) The door of death's other kingdom.
(d) The door of death's dream kingdom.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who is said to be unpleasantly met in the fifth of the "Five Finger Exercises"?

2. What is "inaccessible by the young" in "Lines for an Old Man"?

3. What is said in Part IV of "Four Quartets: East Coker" to be "our only food"?

4. If the eyes spoken of in "Eyes that last I saw in tears" outlast the tears, in what will they hold the speaker?

5. What word is repeated at the end of "Difficulties of a Statesman"?

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