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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. How is the term book used accurately to describe Blake's work?
(a) It is bound in a cover.
(b) It refers to the completeness of subject matter.
(c) It indicates the length of the work.
(d) It is written in paragraph form.

2. What is the setting?
(a) France.
(b) England.
(c) Albion.
(d) America.

3. How does this section of Blake's work affect readers?
(a) It strikes fear into their hearts.
(b) It is boring and uninteresting.
(c) It is exciting.
(d) It is interesting and informative.

4. This set of verses describes the struggle of what?
(a) Good and evil amongst those dwelling in the Heavens.
(b) Good and evil amongst those dwelling upon the Earth.
(c) Love and hate amongst those dwelling upon the Earth.
(d) Love and jealousy amongst those dwelling upon the Earth.

5. What do these books perpetuate?
(a) The beliefs of most Englishmen.
(b) Blake's new and radical ideas.
(c) The ideas of many at this time in history.
(d) The ideas and theme that have been introduced in the preceding sections.

Short Answer Questions

1. This first prophecy features what?

2. Who is Mnetha?

3. Blake asserts that the sign of great poetry is what?

4. What is able to make resurrection a truth the masses can perceive, even if they are not manifesting it themselves?

5. When the King eventually comes upon others, what guise has he taken up?

Short Essay Questions

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

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

3. How does Blake's writing affect the reader?

4. What does Blake think of the resurrection?

5. What goes along with each illustration?

6. How is this poetry akin to some of he preceding works?

7. Compare England and Jerusalem, based on Blake's work.

8. How does the author share his worldliness?

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

10. What commentary accompanies these illustrations?

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