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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. With respect to William Blake's ____________, there were at least two kinds.
2. As noted above there are those which are poems designed to accompany what?
(a) His statues.
(b) His water colors.
(c) His acrylic paintings.
(d) His oil paintings.
3. Urizen is where?
(a) In heaven.
(b) In his home.
(c) In the dark fiery regions.
(d) In a Void.
4. What is considered significant during these parts of Blake's writing?
(b) The sell of products.
(c) The social milieu.
5. After those are a string of further poems that seem designed how?
(a) To explain the previous poems.
(b) To support the previous poems.
(c) To support one another.
(d) To be taken on their own.
6. How are these sets of poems quite famous?
(a) They are the inspiration for most of today's best poets.
(b) They have been used, for some cases, for over a century in academic institutions.
(c) They, in some cases, have been studied for over a decade in academic institutions.
(d) They are still read in every public school in England.
7. It is followed by another story--- this one is about a man called _____________, King of Norway.
8. There is an instance here of a miracle. What is this miracle?
(a) Blake's characters can speak in tongues.
(b) Blake's characters can heal others.
(c) Blake's characters can walk on water.
(d) Blake's characters walk through fires, unscathed.
9. These poems focus upon what special torment?
(a) Love and kindness, particularly when found together.
(b) Love and hate, particularly when found together.
(c) Love and desire, particularly when found together.
(d) Love and jealousy, particularly when found together.
10. How many of these poems taken on their own or in the small groups are sufficient to constitute an entire epic?
11. In the poem, Summer, each stanza is progressively ______________ than the one before it.
(c) More convoluted.
(d) More simplistic.
12. Blake takes readers to this spiritual space that somehow defies normal comprehension by giving what impression?
(a) It does not exists.
(b) It both exists and does not exist at the same time.
(c) It exists somewhere on Earth.
(d) It is a unique and fantasy world.
13. Of what are these made?
14. The author then moves on to extol the virtues of what kind of love?
(a) Married love.
(b) New love.
(c) Old love.
(d) Parental love.
15. Of what would Blake like more?
(b) Intelligence and education.
(c) Money and fame.
Short Answer Questions
1. After this, there is the area under Numeral VII entitled The Everlasting Gospel which contains what?
2. Here the author begins by providing a description to a client of what?
3. The poem Fair Elenor functions as a segue into the ones entitled ___________.
4. Describe the images the author creates.
5. The author plants _____________ truths into the verses of the second page.
This section contains 473 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)