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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. After the Mad Song, there are two simply called what?
2. Blake takes readers to this spiritual space that somehow defies normal comprehension by giving what impression?
(a) It is a unique and fantasy world.
(b) It exists somewhere on Earth.
(c) It does not exists.
(d) It both exists and does not exist at the same time.
3. The evil ones in the poetic stories have been those who are ___________ the idea that the mind has greater power than what comes to be presented to the human senses as objects of the world.
(a) Sure of.
(d) Unsure of.
4. There are individual stanzas that are how many lines long or longer?
5. What is "I was buried near this Dike / that my friends may weep as much as they like"?
(a) An epitaph.
(b) A line from a short story.
(c) A line from a love poem.
(d) A portion of an epic tale.
Short Answer Questions
1. Those poems dedicated to the same star, in evening and then in morning, are only how many stanzas long?
2. After this, there is the area under Numeral VII entitled The Everlasting Gospel which contains what?
3. Unlike the others, ___________________ exhibits entire poetic stanzas designed to accompany visual art.
4. Urizen is where?
5. Of what would Blake like more?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is significant about the set of poems called Songs and Ballads?
2. What is one example of Blake's beliefs being discussed into greater detail in this section?
3. What does Blake say about marriage in this section? Give an example from the text to support your response.
4. What other kind of painting did Blake create?
5. What happens when Urizen descends? What might this represent?
6. How does this section begin?
7. How is this amended, thematically?
8. Which writings add up to make poems?
9. Describe the earlier set of etchings.
10. Describe the poems that are dedicated to the stage.
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