5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What idea about beauty does Sonnet 130 contradict?
- What details really bring out the stereotype of a Jew in Shylock?
- What makes a poem a sonnet?
- What should God do to the door of his heart?
- a self-righteous, commands justice, and is stingy
- b The idea that looks cannot get in the way of true love
- c the work in relation to the world
- d batter it
- e 14 line poem with 10 syllables per line, mostly iambic pentameter
5 Multiple choice questions
- The people of the renaissance did not like religion because of the rules and regulations
- he can't believe it, feels good about himself
- She objects by saying that eventually everything fades, will be forgotten
- sieze the day (theme of cavaliers)
5 True/False questions
What belies what in this poem? (Sonnet 130) → the woman belies false comparisons
What quotations show a sympathy with Shylock? → 1485-1625
Renaissance Man → a poet, historian, courtier, soldier, explorer, spy
Why would a man want God to ravish him? → Conceit
Who wrote "the Passionate Shepherd to His Love"? → Christopher Marlowe