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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. The next portion commences with what?
(a) The grief-stricken King searches for his sons.
(b) The grief-stricken King dies.
(c) The grief-stricken King refuses to leave his wife.
(d) The grief-stricken King wandering off.

2. What is able to make resurrection a truth the masses can perceive, even if they are not manifesting it themselves?
(a) The body as an entity.
(b) The body as spirit.
(c) The mind as a being.
(d) The mind as spirit.

3. To whom does Blake often cry?
(a) Jesus.
(b) Satan.
(c) God.
(d) His mother.

4. According to Blake, from where does all Poetic Genius come?
(a) God.
(b) Our conscience mind.
(c) Many sources.
(d) One source.

5. The poetry is akin to some of his preceding works in what way?
(a) He has written a story in thick lines of perfectly metered poetic verse.
(b) The characters within the poetry are reminscent of previously-discussed characters.
(c) The subject matter is the same.
(d) He has written lines of poetry in a style all his own.

Short Answer Questions

1. It becomes clear Blake has set forth how many different arguments?

2. What concludes the first section of this poem?

3. Regarding what Blake states, how is it different from the first illuminated print?

4. What is a natural side effect of employing this aspect?

5. The story continues to move along in its _____________.

Short Essay Questions

1. What personal beliefs does the author share with the reader?

2. About what transformation does Blake discuss?

3. How does the story end?

4. What has been done to create this book?

5. How is the author's presentation of his Jerusalem melodramatic?

6. What is said about truth in this section?

7. What commentary accompanies these illustrations?

8. How are Blake's repetitions of certain thematic elements important?

9. What goes along with each illustration?

10. What is unique about William Blake, regarding his work and fame?

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