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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. When the King eventually comes upon others, what guise has he taken up?
2. During these chapters, William Blake explains the Spectre further to readers. Here, he tells people that this entity is what?
3. This is an entirely _____________ creative work by the author and include his visual art (he both draws and etches).
4. There is a small amount of commentary accompanying these. The first is about whose poetry?
5. Readers are advised that to take in the full sense of this section, it might be best to do what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is said about truth in this section?
2. How does the author share his worldliness?
3. How is this poetry akin to some of he preceding works?
4. What perception does Druidry include?
5. What is Albion?
6. What two arguments does the author set forth?
7. What goes along with each illustration?
8. Describe the purpose of this piece.
9. What is the Spectre?
10. How has William Blake made predictions about the world?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
God conforms, at least partially, to man.
Part 1) How does Blake explain this? Does he make a valid point? Why or why not?
Part 2) Do you agree with him that God conforms to man? Why or why not?
Part 3) How might this belief influence Blake's perception of God?
Essay Topic 2
Blake introduces the ideas of Hell and demons.
Part 1) What does he say about Hell and demons? Why does he introduce this?
Part 2) How do Hell and demons relate to Blake's philosophies and beliefs?
Part 3) How does his work regarding Hell and demons affect the reader? Why?
Essay Topic 3
Blake believes that there are times when the only way to be fair is for rules to differ.
Part 1) When and how is this stated in this book? Why might he believe this?
Part 2) How does the time in which Blake writes this influence this belief?
Part 3) Do you agree that there are times when the only way to be fair is for rules to differ? If so, when? If not, why not?
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