1. Who is the author of "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"?
(a) William Wordsworth.
(b) John Donne.
(c) Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
(d) Gerard Manley Hopkins.
2. Epigraph means:
(a) A quote or citation placed at the beginning of a literary work in order to set a theme for the whole.
(b) A collection of lines from the poem, placed at its beginning to foreshadow themes to come.
(c) A brief letter written by the author of a poem about his work.
(d) A rhyming quatrain with which a poem begins or ends.
3. How long is the poem's Epigraph?
(a) A paragraph.
(b) Three paragraphs.
(c) Two pages.
(d) Six pages.
4. Who is the original author of the poem's Epigraph?
(a) Thomas Burnet.
(b) Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
(c) William Butler Yeats.
(d) Seamus Heaney.
5. Who has the first speaking line?
(a) The Wedding-Guest.
(b) The Ancient Mariner.
(c) The Pilot.
(d) Thomas Burnet.
6. Thomas Burnet says man must be vigilant of:
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