Romantic Review 2 Question Preview (ID: 14313)


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What is the Mariner’s penance?
a) He dies.
b) He wanders the world telling his story.
c) He can only step on land once every ten years.
d) He has to defend albatrosses.

What is the theme of “Ozymandias”?
a) Nothing man does will last forever.
b) Man is destroying nature with his actions.
c) You have to ask for forgiveness in order to be forgiven.
d) No matter how bad things are, they can always improve.

Which sentence is an example of a simile?
a) Fog crept in on soft feet.
b) The garden hose was a snake.
c) Oh wind, hear my cry.
d) Her melting mascara made her look like a raccoon.

How many sections can a Shakespearean sonnet be divided into?
a) 2
b) 4
c) 7
d) 14

What is the theme of “To a Mouse”?
a) Nothing man does will last forever.
b) Our lives would be happier if we could just focus on the present.
c) You have to ask for forgiveness in order to be forgiven.
d) No matter how bad things are, they can always improve.

What is an apostrophe? (Note: Not the punctuation mark)
a) A short lyric poem involving an animal
b) A story that contains additional stories in flashback form
c) A 14 line poem that does not rhyme
d) A poem that addresses a nonhuman thing as if it could respond

Describe the form of a Petrarchan sonnet.
a) ABAB CDCD EFEF GG
b) ABBAABBA CDCDCD
c) ABBAABBAABBA GG
d) ABAB CDCD EFEF GHGH

Name the Romantic convention represented in “Kubla Khan.”
a) Optimism
b) Imagery
c) Social reform
d) Simple language

How many sections can a Petrarchan sonnet be broken into?
a) 2
b) 4
c) 7
d) 14

What is the theme of "To a Louse"?
a) We would do things differently if we could see ourselves the way others see us.
b) Lice can be on anyone.
c) Small things can make a big impact.
d) Appearances can be deceiving.

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