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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. 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?
2. Are these repetitions good?
3. When the new people feed him, what does he claim?
(a) He is a messenger from God.
(b) The people of whom he is the father and was the King are all wicked ones.
(c) He does not know who he is or from where he comes.
(d) The people of whom he is father and was the King are searching for him.
4. Blake is one of the most famous artists in recent history to have done what during much of his adult life?
(a) Worked as a poet.
(b) Held a day job.
(c) Lost most of his income.
(d) Worked hard.
5. Blake delves into the difference between Christ's resurrected body of spirit and what?
(a) The generative and vegetative world.
(b) The natural world.
(c) The underworld.
(d) The heavens.
Short Answer Questions
1. He writes of the need to give and receive what?
2. How might one describe Blake's set of verses?
3. What is meant by faculties?
4. Here the author has created another work designed to be what?
5. What is epistemology?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the Spectre?
2. What goes along with each illustration?
3. How is this poetry akin to some of he preceding works?
4. For what does Blake clearly have hope?
5. How are Blake's repetitions of certain thematic elements important?
6. Compare England and Jerusalem, based on Blake's work.
7. How does the England of Blake's time influence his work?
8. About what transformation does Blake discuss?
9. How is the author's presentation of his Jerusalem melodramatic?
10. How does the story end?
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