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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 set of writings is listed in the Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake under Roman numeral ____.
(a) X.
(b) IV.
(c) V.
(d) IX.

2. The divine realm and the mind are united in and by what?
(a) The poetic genius.
(b) The creative genius.
(c) The imagination.
(d) God.

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) Unsure of.
(b) For.
(c) Against.
(d) Sure of.

4. What are mentioned more than once?
(a) Candles.
(b) Altars.
(c) Pews.
(d) Eucharist cups.

5. These inscriptions are captions intended to join this art form for what reason?
(a) As art on its own.
(b) As a teaching tool.
(c) As a simple description of the work.
(d) As part of an illustrated or illustrative work.

Short Answer Questions

1. The first argument claims what?

2. Describe the stanzas of the first of these.

3. Many of the other inscriptions are captions intended to join ___________.

4. After this charming piece, there comes another set of poems. These ones are called what?

5. How are these sets of poems quite famous?

Short Essay Questions

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

2. Describe the poems that discuss either gods or goddesses.

3. What does the author plant in the verses of the second page?

4. Describe the poems in this section up to the two called Song.

5. Give an example of an epitaph from this section.

6. How do these writings compare to William Blake's previous works?

7. Describe the poems called "nights."

8. What happens when Urizen descends? What might this represent?

9. Where is this theme handled? Give an example to support your response.

10. How does this section begin?

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