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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. The poem Fair Elenor functions as a segue into the ones entitled ___________.
(a) Hope.
(b) Song.
(c) Love.
(d) Dance.

2. With respect to William Blake's ____________, there were at least two kinds.
(a) Storytelling.
(b) Epics.
(c) Poetry.
(d) Painting.

3. This often includes a greater discussion of what?
(a) His beliefs.
(b) His hobbies.
(c) His family.
(d) His art.

4. This theme is handled during what?
(a) The first poem.
(b) The Four Zoas.
(c) The first few poems.
(d) The last poem.

5. How are the poems labeled in their sequence?
(a) As mornings.
(b) As evenings.
(c) As nights.
(d) As days.

Short Answer Questions

1. These writings start as what?

2. This set of writings is listed in the Complete Poetry & Prose of William Blake under Roman numeral ____.

3. As noted above there are those which are poems designed to accompany what?

4. Blake also made what that he hoped to sell as art?

5. This begins as a ____________ the preceding summary chapter.

Short Essay Questions

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

2. How is this section miraculous?

3. Upon what do these poems focus?

4. Which writings add up to make poems?

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

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

7. What is one kind of painting Blake created?

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

9. Describe the poems called "nights."

10. What is one way Blake goes about trying to be acknowledged as an artist?

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