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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. Some of them do add up to make poems, such as those under what?
(a) "Effigy."
(b) "Elegy."
(c) "Elena."
(d) "Eloise."

2. "...any loving woman is sure to be loved [regardless of her physical form]...so beneficial and highly valued" is what?
(a) The power of woman.
(b) The desire for woman.
(c) The love of woman.
(d) The need for woman.

3. Here again there are many what?
(a) Sets of poems.
(b) Short stories.
(c) Individual poems.
(d) Epic tales.

4. After the Mad Song, there are two simply called what?
(a) Faith.
(b) Love.
(c) Dance.
(d) Song.

5. What do the scholars point out about some of these writings?
(a) They are some of his last works.
(b) They are not as good as other works by Blake.
(c) They are some of his older works.
(d) They have been a little difficult to acquire.

Short Answer Questions

1. The opening scene is of a small gathering where there is what taking place?

2. What are mentioned more than once?

3. After those are a string of further poems that seem designed how?

4. What is another recurring image?

5. So too does the fact that the subject matter is a combination of truth and _______________.

Short Essay Questions

1. How is this amended, thematically?

2. What does Blake say about marriage in this section? Give an example from the text to support your response.

3. Describe the earlier set of etchings.

4. Which writings add up to make poems?

5. How is this section miraculous?

6. What does the author say about his own reputation and wealth?

7. To what is this portion devoted? Describe this portion.

8. How have Blake's works been preserved?

9. How does this section open?

10. Describe the evil ones in Blake's poetic stories.

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