"The sight of the awful and majestic in nature had indeed always the effect of solemnizing my mind..."
"... I kept my workshop of _____ creation"
"But in Clerval I saw the image of my former self"
"I was so guided by a silken cord that all seemed but one train of enjoyment to me"
"But paradise lost excited different and far deeper emotions."
"You will repay me entirely if you do not discompose yourself, but get well as fast as you can"
One of Marlow's famous remarks is
"We live in the ______"
Fresleven, the helmsman, and Kurtz are all characters involved in Conrad's theme of lack of ____
"I looked at him in astonishment. there he was before me in motley as though he had absconded from a troupe of mimes."
Kurtz's admirer ( The Russian)
"He has to live in the midst of the incomprehensible, which is also detestable. And it has a fascination, too, that goes to work upon him. the fascination of the _______
In what stage of the standard path of the mythological hero does the hero encounter fabulous forces?
"He is an emisary of pity, and science, and progresss, and devil knows what else"
"In the outer room the two women knitted black wool feverishly"
archetype, allusion, forshadow, threshold
Marlowe criticizes colonialism by referring to it as:
filantropic pretense, noble cause
"Acquisitions, clothes, pretty rags,-rags that would fly off at the first good shake."
In this line Conrad is using "rags" to represent:
"I let him run on, this paper-mache Mephistopheles..."
The name of the area where taboo objects and people are abandoned is...
The personal spirit, soul, spirit double, personal indwelling god is known as
Achebe's statement that "Whenever something stands, something else will stand beside it" refers to:
What Christian name did Nwoye take?
"Living fire begets cold, impotent ash"
aimed at his son
"I did not hang myself"
Okwonko hanging himself
"As the elders said, if one finger brought oil it soiled the others"
I cannot live on the bank of a river and wash my hands with spittle
I don't know how we got that law
Perhaps your men can help us bring him down and bury him
That boy calls you father. Do not bear a hand in his death
A man belongs to his fatherland when things are good and life is sweet. But when there is sorrow and bitterness he finds refuge in his motherland.
Well, it was this way. I was coming home from some place at the end of the world, about three o'clock of a black winter morning...
...like a man restored from death-there stood Henry Jekyll...
If you choose to make capital out of this accident. I am naturally helpless. No gentleman but wishes to avoid a scene.
Identify the rhetorical device in Mr Utterson's line:
"I incline to Cain's heresy"
Identify the rhetorical device used by the writer in describing Mr Utterson as being "lean, long, dusty, dreary, and yet somehow loveable"
Identlfy the word or words that create mood/atmosphere in the following: The door which was equipped with neither bell knocker, was blistered and distained
Identify the rhetorical device in the following line " People swung the axe over his shoulder; the blow shook the building, and the red blaize leaped against the lock and hinges "
What remedy does Mr Hyde make to the family of the trampled family?
pays a lump sum
Select the word that best applies to the following line: "if you choose to make a capital out of this accident , I am naturally helpless. No gentleman but wishes to avoid a scene."
One of Jane Eyre's main faults is that she is...
rebellious and passionate
An example of a Byronic Hero in this book 'Jane Eyre' would be
A positive view of religious faith is shown in the character...
Jane's daily life at the Reed's house is miserable because...
no one really loves her
The "red room"
Lowood School gets better because
Jane tells Mr Rodchester that Grace Poole is trying to hurt the residents of Thronfield. Why doesnt Rodchester tell Jane the truth?
He is hiding his secret , Bertha Mason
The settings of Lowood School and Thornfield Hall show
caste system/ how lives of rich and poor are so different
In what way does Jane Eyre feel connected to Thornfield Hall?
Her first home
Which sentence from the novel best shows the realtionship between Jane and Rodchester?
"I felt as if we have met in spirit"
At the close of the afternoon service we returned by an exposed and hilly road, where the bitter winter wind, blowing over a range of snowy summits to the north, almost flayed the skin from our faces.
If to flay means to strip off the skin, then the passge contains...
Identify the motif contained in this passage: you have no money; your father left you none; you ought to beg, and not live here with gentlemen's children like us..."
An example of:
What does the following line reveal about Jane?
"I must keep in good health and not die"
Which is not a child of Mrs Reed?
Identify the function of the Chestnut tree:
"Before I left my bed in the morning, little Aadele came running in to tell me that the great horse-chestnut at the bottom of the orchard had been struck by lightening in the night, and half of it split away."
"it was unexpected youth, surging up anew after its temporary check, and bringing with it hope, and the invincible instinct towards self-delight" Select the best SPOTMH word choice:
return with a boon
Identlfy the best SPOTMH word choice associated with 'descend': "Tess Durbeyfield, then in good heart, and full of zest for life, descended the Egdon slopes lower and lower towards the diary of her pilgramage"
Identify SPOTMH word choice: " Tess still stood hesitating like a bather about to make his plunge, hardly knowing whether to retreat or to perserve, when a figure came forth from the dark triangular door of the tent".
Identlfy the word choice that doesnt dirrectly apply to the following line: Had he really recieved the note?
All that DO apply: Angel, Alec, Tess
Identify rhetorical technique that the word "Every" represents in the following line: Every see-saw of her breath, every wave of her blood, every pulse singing in her ears, was a voice that joined with nature in revolt against her scrupulousness.
Select the wood choice that best applies to the wood image: 'Why, where be we? Passing by a wood./A wood- what wood?
Select the word choice that correctly fills in the blank in the following line : "Tis because we be on a ______ star, and not a sound one, isn't it Tess" murmeres Abraham through his tears
Idetify the line that APPLIES to the Tess and Alec variation of the Persephone myth
Identify the rhetorical device that applies to"Trouble" in the following line: "Many a women-some say of the HIghest in the Land- have had a Trouble in their lifetime"
Select the correct poem titlle that applies to the following line: "How do you get to be like this?"
Select the passage that IS an example of Hardy's remarks on the Industrial Revolution
Identify the Speaker
" I know you to be the most honest, spotless creature that ever lived."
Identify the Speaker
"A jester might say this is just like Paradise. You are Eve, and I am the old Other One come to tempt you in the disguise of an inferior animal."
Name the setting:
Either change in the quality of the air from heavy to light or the sense of being amid new scenes where there were no invidious eyes upon her, sent up her spirits wonderfully
The Great Daires
Name the setting:
The stuborn soil around her showed plainly enough that the kind of labour i demand here was of the roughest kind.
Name the setting:
"...an engirdled and secluded region for the most part untrodden..."
Name the setting:
I can't skim- I can't
The Great Daries