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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To whom does Blake often cry?
(c) His mother.
2. How might one describe the language at this point?
(a) Very colorful.
(b) Very typical.
(c) Very interesting.
(d) Very unusual.
3. This lore includes the perception that in a healthy Albion, with the Bards, Druids and mighty oak groves, the power is far greater than that strange, foreign land that harbors what city?
4. The story continues to move along in its _____________.
(a) Structured path.
5. To what classic Renaissance poet are two of Blake's book related?
6. Describe how each illustration has been reproduced and printed?
(a) In a rather small size in black and white.
(b) In a rather large size in black and white.
(c) In a rather large size in color.
(d) In a rather small size in color.
7. What does this set of verses describe?
(a) A list of random thoughts.
(b) Blake's life.
(c) A sequence of emotions.
(d) A sequence of events.
8. Who is Mnetha?
(a) The woman who is with Heva and Har.
(b) The woman who takes the King back home.
(c) The King's servant.
(d) The King's wife.
9. This section includes more than one section of text headed up by what?
(a) A set of Roman Numerals.
10. This chapter of the book summary covers what?
(a) The first two chapters of Moscow.
(b) The first two chapters of Dachau.
(c) The first two chapters of Jerusalem.
(d) The first two chapters of Budapest.
11. The images and feelings are _______________.
(b) Intense and incredible.
(c) Fairly strong.
12. On one page the author is citing Albion and ranting about delusions, when a few pages later he connects the two by setting Albion, Canaan and __________ together in just a few short lines of poetry.
13. Of what are the etchings?
(a) People from various cultures.
(c) People in various stages of life.
14. Does Blake feel that the resurrection is true?
15. About what spiritual transformation does Blake discuss here?
(a) The changing of water into wine.
(b) A human being into the incorruptible spiritual form Jesus Christ exemplified and taught was possible.
(c) Jesus Christ into a the Holy Spirit.
(d) The changing of wine into the blood of Christ.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the new people feed him, what does he claim?
2. How might one describe Blake's set of verses?
3. How have Blake's works been arranged?
4. There is a small amount of commentary accompanying these. The first is about whose poetry?
5. What do these books perpetuate?
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