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Puritain and Neoclassic quiz

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years for Puritain Era
1607-1776
Puritan Belief--the ______ should rule men's lives
Bible
This re-birth of thinking was a big influence on the Puritains
Renaissance
this based on Adamic Covenant; idea that God is still making covenants with man
Covenant Theology
God's covenent with man today is what?
salvation through grace
Martin Luther's ___________ __ ________, he believed that church couldn't impose rules on congregations
priesthood of all believers
John Calvin's Tulip--what does the T, the most important to the Puritains, stand for
Total Depravity
Effect of Puritain essence--Man embraced the value of learning and education. The colonial press was established, publishing what as the first book?
Bay Song Book (1638)
Three Characterisitics of Puritain lit--
unadorned, (simple) useful (natural), Didactic,
Genres of Puritain lit--this was writen by people like John Smith to bring people over, monitary motivation
Propoganda
Genres of Puritain lit--Edwards was famous for his contribution to these
sermons
Genres of Puritain lit--Bradford wrote the most famous of these
Biographies
Genres of Puritain lit--Rowlandson wrote most famous of these
Indian Captivities
Genres of Puritain lit--these are important though often not considered lit
diaries and journals
Genres of Puritain lit--the last genre includes rhyming, didactic, historic, elegies, and personal and lyrical
poetry
which type of poetry is best to characterize the Puritain period
personal and lyrical poetry
give example: rhymed statements to assist reader's memory
New England Primer
Give example: Long didactic poems
Day of Doom
Give example: funeral elegy
Upon Wedlock and Death of Children (Edwards)
year for James Town settled by John Smith and the aristocrates
1607
year for Plymouth--Puritains led by William Bradford
1620
year for Mass. Bay Colony with John Winthrope
1630
Southern Renissance started where
Italy (after crusades)
did the Renissance seek to defy or depart from the Catholic church
defy
What did the Northern Renissance add to the studies of Greek and Latin
Hebrew
year for Harvard being founded by Winthrope's City on a Hill (Mass Bay)
1636
king during Plymouth's founding
James
king during Mass Bay Colony's founding
Charles
Neoclassics believed that __________ ruled men's lives, relying on _____ to provide proofs of God
science, nature
Neoclassics tended to believe in a __________ God, replacing the Puritain God of wrath
gentler
Religion of Neoclassics
diesm
Diesm--doublts _______ and scriptural __________-
miracles, revelation
Diesm--maintained Jesus was ___ ____
not God
Diesm--distrusted all existing what
religeous institutions
This man's theory espoused that mankind was neither good nor bad, all behavior is a result of experience
Locke
Effect of Neoclassic beliefs--Man is a __________ being who is ________ when he is living __________ with himself
reasonable, happiest reasonably
Neoclassic lit was patterened after
English writing
Neoclassic lit avoids the orante and ______
extravagant
Neoclassic lit exhibited ______
clarity
Neoclassic lit was to teach and ______
delight
greatest contribution of Neoclassic lit
Political essays and pamphlets
Neoclassics did produce ______; such as Brown's THe Power of Sympathy and Rowson's Charlotte Temptle
novels
what genre was discouraged by Neoclassics
Drama
this genre lacked mass appeal with th eexception of Freneau and Wheatley (Neoclassics)
poetry