5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- What belies what in this poem? (Sonnet 130)
- What needs to be in past tense and what in present?
- What did Anglo-Saxons think ruled every aspect of their lives?
- Explain Bassanio's promise to Portia and why he breaks it
- What was the world-wide era called during the Anglo-Saxon period?
- a He promises to wear Portia's ring until he dies, he breaks it because the judge (Portia) asks for it after the case
- b Dark Ages
- c the woman belies false comparisons
- d Fate
- e Past tense: Anything about author's life
Present: Plot of the book, everything author does through/in the book
5 Multiple choice questions
- the work in relation to the world
- 1. Literature (a copy of a copy) leads us further from the time; assumed that author tries to represent this world in his writing.
2. Poetry appeals to our irrational side; we shouldn't encourage our irrational side which is emotional and untrustworthy
3. Poetry is the result of a mad possession by one god or another, and it's contagious.
- Christian finds promise which is a key that unlocks every door in the castle.
- Five points represent unity, they are woven together; they stand or fall together
- The people of the renaissance did not like religion because of the rules and regulations
5 True/False questions
What deal do the husband and wife make? (Get up and bar the door) → a bet; whoever talked first would have to get up and bar the door
Love sprinted by, yelling goodbye → Pentameter
Purification → spiritual enlightenment
Why did God withhold rest from man? → So they would want the creator, not creation, make us seek him
What is her main objection to what he offers? (the nymph's reply) → Fate