College English Literature: Help and Review Final Exam

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Question 1 1. 'Lord Jim' was written by whom?

Question 2 2. Mary Wollstonecraft eventually married the philosopher _____, and their daughter became the wife of _____.

Question 3 3. A fabliau is:

Question 4 4. How are the events from 'David Copperfield' similar to Dickens' life?

Question 5 5. Who is the real-life person from Eliot's life that is often associated with 'Burnt Norton?'

Question 6 6. In T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land, how does the scene in 'The Fire Sermon' section between the typist and her lover use juxtaposition and irony?

Question 7 7. When taking a multiple choice test in literature, which of the following is NOT a way to increase comprehension of a piece when reading for a test?

Question 8 8. Why does Juliet ask, 'Wherefore art thou Romeo?'

Question 9 9. What are heroic couplets?

Question 10 10. In 'Song: To Celia', Jonson repurposes much of the imagery used by his Greek predecessor, including the use of what, to represent Dionysus and Aphrodite, respectively?

Question 11 11. Which of these is NOT a subgenre of comedy?

Question 12 12. An epithalamion is a poem composed to…

Question 13 13. What is the political system critiqued by A Passage to India?

Question 14 14. Which of the following is the BEST description of Byron's poem Beppo?

Question 15 15. In Section 2, to what does the speaker give credit for his bones that now 'shine with brightness'?

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