In The Deserted Village, the villagers are driven from their homes because the Enclosure Acts have enabled a wealthy landowner to buy the public property. True or False
In The Deserted Village, the poet says that the villagers will either go to America or to crowded, corrupted charity homes. True or False
In Gulliver's Travels, the king of Brobdingnag observes that most men are morally qualified for their careers. True or False
Goldsmith wrote a novel entitled The Vicar of Wakefield, about a parson's family. True or False
At the end of The Deserted Village, Poetry leaves with the rural virtues and the displaced villagers because many of the people in England are too corrupted by wealth to appreciate art. True or False
In "On His Blindness," Milton regrets that _____. (life is unfair, he is in prison, he is blind, his blindness restricts his work)
he is in prison
Units of two rhyming lines each with five iambic feet _____. (allegory, heroic couplets, sonnets, didactic couplets)
To give something human characteristics is to (personify it, condemn it, address it, or satirize it).
A fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter is called _____. (satire, heroic couplet, allegory sonnet)
A type of literature that ridicules something to correct behavior is _____. (a satire, a personification, an allegory, a sonnet)
Milton was imprisoned because of his previous position in the (monarchy, church, or commonwealth).
Why does the poet take the loss of The Deserted Village personally? (He realizes that Poetry is dead., He, too, has lost much in the Restoration. He regrets his inability to feel real emotion. He had planned to retire and die there.)
He had planned to retire and die there.