← brit lit metaphys Test
5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- tenor, the idea being expressed or subject of comparison; vehicle, image by which idea/subject is conveyed
- robert herrick
- musical, light-hearted verse
- oliver cromwell
- a Who was considered a great songwriter?
- b A metaphor consists of 2 parts...what are they? Tell what they do.
- c What was a Cavalier poet known for?
- d Who took the throne after Charles I was deposed?
- e The putting back of Charles II into power begins the period of __________.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What faith was Andrew Marvell?
- What is the paradox in Holy Sonnet 10?
- England was _____ under Puritan rule.
- Milton wrote a pamphlet on the __________ __ _______.
- Donne uses __________ by talking to death; he also __________ death.
5 True/False Questions
an extended metaphor → What is the meter of To His Coy Mistress?
royalists, cavaliers; catholicism → Who took the throne after Charles I was deposed?
robert herrick → Who wrote To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time?
tenor: death lacks power
vehicle: compares death to a slave → In To the Virgins, what were examples of personified objects? What was their symbolic meaning?
iambic tetrameter → What is the meter of To His Coy Mistress?