The Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

The author then moves on to extol the virtues of what kind of love? (from Book 6, Book 6 : Chapter 1, Island in the Moon)

2.

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. (from Book 6, Book 6 : Chapter 3, The Design of the Last Judgment)

3.

This section includes more than one section of text headed up by what? (from Book 3, Book 3 : Chapter 1, Unengraved Prophetic Works)

4.

The most prominent piece of these works is unquestionably the letter in which Mr. Blake's ___________ is introduced to the public. (from Book 7, Book 7 : Chapter 2, Misc. & Letters)

5.

There are numerous poems in this group that consist of what? (from Book 6, Book 6 : Chapter 1, Island in the Moon)

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