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Unformatted text preview: _ r; D's'JEJF-l': leases '1 Student Dashboard myEleclcboard Resources JFL Libra. J. m, . w”... Course Content Assignments Review Test Submission: Test 2 Review Test Submission: Test 2 User J Course emcee Spring 21:11 a ENEL nae-soc. LUD Test Test 2 I Started seen a 11 :1 :1 Plv'l Submitted ween e 1 2:4?"Arvi :sc-‘e Due Date aresne 11.55 PM Status Needs Grading- Attempt score of 81:! points Time Elapsed 1 hour. 30 minutes out of1 hour and 3D minutes Instructions - Time iirnitzl hour and 3t] minutes . 5E] multiple-choice, truerfalse, matching, and reading comprehension questions - Upen-bookr’open-nutEE I Do not hit the BACK button as this will lock you out of the test. - The timer 1irrill continue if you leave this test without submitting it. - Please use the following passage to answer the first 5 questions: When my mother died I was very young. And my father sold me while yet my tongue, Could scarcely cry weep WEEp weep weep, So your chimneys l sweep and in soot I sleep, There's little Torn Dacre, who cried when his head That curled like a lamb’s back was shav'cl. so I said. Hush Torn never mind it. for when your head’s hare, You know that the soot cannot spoil your white hair And so he was quiet and that very night. As Tom was a sleeping he had such a sight That thousands of sweepers Dick,Joe. Ned. andjaek Were all of them lock‘d up in coffins of blaek. And by came an Angel who had a bright key And he open'd the coffins and set them all free. Then down a green plain leaping. laughing, they run And wash in a river and shine in the Sun. Then naked and white. all their bags left behind. They rise upon douds. and sport in the wind. And the Angeltold Torn. if he'd be a good boy. He'd have God for his father and never wantjoy. And so Tom awoke and we rose in the dark And got with our bags and our brushes to work. Tho' the morning was told. Tom was happy and warm So if all do their duty. they need not fear harrn. ("The Chimney Sweeper” by William Blake} Results Su hmtttedufltri fliers, Feedback Displayed Question 1 1.6 out at 1.6 points The Poet tern-tests against child labor and condemns the harm dang es children expifllted in “7'15 PractiEBr Eat in lanes 23-24: the Jchild narrate; Ntitae that “tho' the morning was cold. Tom was happy and watm I So if all do their duty, they need no: fear term- The boy's statement testifies to his Selected Answe r: good heart and innocence Question 2 u out of 1 .6 points In line 3, the boy is calling out his trade: instead of “sweep." be sries “weep Hoop Heep weep.” This is the poet's way 0: teiling the reader that Selected Answer: the boy knows his plight and setlrlzes those who take advantage of him Question 3 1.6 out of1.6 points The dream in J.'_|.'|-EE lld'Ell';I le- a miniature eiiegery that has several analogies tn: the; world in Which the hcj-J's Links, The “coffins sf black" “.1111! 12] represent SEIEfiEd AHSWETI the chimneys is: hut—eh the bugs Kerk Question 4 a out If 1.6 points The poet protests against child isbax and condemns the harm dene to children exgigited in this practuce. Yet in lines 33—2-2. :he child narrator writes that “syno- the nernmq was cold. Tom was happy and warn: .1 5:: if ail do their duty. the}? need nut fear ham." T1115 Is an ireniv: expressihn of the narratar's SEIEflEd Answer: disagreement with the pee: Question 5 1.5 out of 1 .6 points In line 3; the hey is selling out his trade; instead :15 ‘sweenfl he cries “wee wee _ P P weep WEED.” '3'th is the Net's 'nra'f cf teliing the reader that SEIEHEEI the he}- 13 :ee jfeung :e articulate clearly. let alone sweep Answer: :hileneys Questmn 5 1,5 out of 1.15 points PGE'tl'Y. according in) Car!- Sandburg. is "The synthesis ef hyacinthg and biscuits." Selected Answer". True Question 1' “1.15 out Uf1.6 paints The term used fer a rhyme in which one a: harsh cf the rhymedwerds secure within the line is Selected Answer: Internal rhwe Question 3 1.5 out DH .5 peints =1 paradoxical statement is a figure of speech in whteh an apparettiy seif— oontradioto:y statement is neverthelgss found :o be true. Selected Answer: True Question 9 1.5 out of1.fi points A poem'$ ended structure is its thyme soheme and systematic and xepgated use a: eimiio: sounds. Selected AnsWen True Question 1!} 1.6 out ef1.5 points The Petrarchan (Italianl sonnet 13 diVJded into three quacraens and e rhymtng eouplgt. Selected Answe r: False lQuestion 11 o out of 1 .6 points Resonance is the :epetltioc at close intexveis of the final eeesoeent sounds of accented syllables or important words. Selected An swer: True Questlon12 1.6 out of1_6 points Emily Dickinson authored "Dzymafldise.“ Selected Answer: False Question 13 1.5 out of 1 .5 points 1 couple: es two sueeeasive _inee that have the EaEe :hyafi. Selected Answer. True Question 14 1.6 out ef1.6 points The euther ef 'Dde t: a Nightingale“ i5 Freet. Selected Answer: False Question 15 1.6 out of 1 .6 pair-113 In “Journey e! the Magi“ Eliet epheeizee the Rise men'e Selected Answer: Suffgring Question 16 1.6 uutef1.6peine George Herbert wrote a poem ti:ied "honer.” Selected Answer: False Question 1? :1 eat of 1 .6 points In the poem “Vertue’ by George Herbert. the sine “The dew shell weep thy fell tonight" exemplifies Selected Answer: ireny Question 18 1.5 out oh .6 points Line 3 0f George Herbert's “Virtue” reede: T'The dew shell Heep thy fell tenight.“ The Herd “feL1* meene Selected Answer: end Question 19 1.6 out ef1.6peints The held eagle represente freedem, majesty. and strength. Thlfi is an augmeLQ 9f ago] Selected Answer: Symbol Question 20 1.5 out of”; points The term used fer rhymes that menu: at the ends of lines 15 Selected Answer". m1 rhwe Question 21 1.5 out ef1.E~ paints Examples of rhyme are masculine, femanLne, neutral, and end. Selected Answer: False Question 22 1.60utef1.6puints The poem; "Ulysses,“ was written by William Blake. Selected Answer: False Question 23 1.5 out Df‘l .5 points which poem mentiens “a. Page .’ Of prancing Poetry”? Selected Answer: "There is no Frigate Like a Bank“ Question 24 0 out ef1.fi eelnts The term used for words in a raging pattern the: have some kind of sound correspondence but are not perfect :hyeee [BX-ample pueh— rush] . Selected Anewer: Masculine r h Fme Question 25 1.5 out of 1.6 paints According to the lecture netee. the eltusien in the poem “But. out - —" is from SElEflEd Answer: Shakespeare’s pie}: MBCBE'EI'I Question 26 1.5 {mt ef1.6 13011113 The English sonnet is semetimea calted Shakgspearean senne;_ Selected Answer: True Questiun 2? 1.5 out nf1.5 paints A fD-E-T. is :he basic unit used in the 5135113191; cf 1:93.59; j_1-_ usually cgfltalng mm assented syllable and one or two JnacGEnted syllables. Selected Answer: True Questien 28 1.5 51:15:15 points 'It Sifts frem Leiden sieves" ee develnped thxeugn a genes at metaphnxa ,Ecr 512ml. Selected Mme-r; True Question 29 1.5 out of 1.5 points “Lilian Butler Yeats wrote the genera "Sailing to Byzantium.“ Selected ensurer: True Question 30 1.5 uutuf1.6 paints "En the fflrflfitfi Elf the “lfihtr tub-at mettal fiend :1: eye! Darn: frame tin}r fearful symmetry" is Exam what paem? Selected Answer: .mg Tiger. Questien 31 1.5 out 511.5 paints 5- the?!“ may be unified by a theme, one nf the tropes... 5:.- by Selected An swer: emotion Questiun 32 LE out Df1.fi paints Hileam Blake wrote “The Chiflney Sweeper.” Selected Anmer: True QuesfinnBS LEGMGFLEpmnE Acznrdlnq to the lecture notes. the erepes ie relate to the childhcud er the speaker. Selected Answer: we“ Hill" Question 34 I] out df1.fi pn'rnts The first :hree stanaee of “virtee' etuw the: all ef nature ie ephemeral. Selected Answer: 3 [None Given] Questidn 35 1.6 out of 1 .6 points Keats died of 99113. Selected Answer: False Question 35 1.6 out of 1.5 polnfi A POBM'E meter helps ta convey the tone, which then haipa to establish meaning. Selected Answer: True Questien 3? 1.5 out of 1.5 paints The Dem. “Ged'e Erendeur.‘ was written hv Emily Dictmsenl P . Selected Anmn Felee Questien 33 1.6 out of 1.6 points M. H. Hiken prflfioeae six tcole u: eubetxucturee ef the art form. puem. Theee include perephrase, raticnai. imeqe; metric, sound, and fiyntax. Selected Answer: True Question 39 [I out ef1.5 pains The term used for a rhyme :n which the rap-Eated accented vowel saved is in either the second or third Last 3yllab1e :f the words LNVelved lexetple hurreing—szurrying}, Selected Answer: [Mane Gwen] Questien 46 6 out Df1.E points DJEEEEI is e metrlcal llne eentaining ten feet. Selected Answer: True Question 41 1.6 out of 1.6 points The ififieee is create an impreeeien ef child iabux. Selected Answer: "The Chimney Sweeper" Question 4:2 1.6 eut uf‘l.E points 'The Road Not Taken“ begins with twe dLVErged read; that symbaLiZE chOLcee. Selected Answer: True Question 43 t] nut of 1.6 puinE flh;ch of the failgwing poem was HIIttER by thn Bunne Selected Answer: [None Given] Question 44 1.5 out of 1 .5 points A Posm's rational structure is the order in which the stas 1n the poem are expressed. Selected Answer". True Questifln 45 0 out of 1 .6 points A poem can be organised without stanza creeks. refrain. cr rhythm. Selected Answer: False Question 45 1.5 out of 1.6 points Stressed end unstressed syllables are Judicatsd by dlaeritloal marks. Selected Answer: True Question 4? 0 out of 1.6 points Irfihx i5 the Situation 0: use of language involving some klnd of incongruitg or discrepancy. Selected Answer: False Question 45 1.6 out of 1.5 points 'A poem,” according as M. H. Riken. "is produced by a poet. takes its subject matter frmn tflfl universe of men; thangs, and Events, and is addressed to, or made avasiable t0: an audience of hearers DI readers." Selected Answer: True Question 49 1.5 out of 1 .5 points Lyrical poetry d;f£ere Eran other writing in the fairly small emctionai rgepcnae that :t generates. Selected Afiswer: False Questian 5!} 1.5 out nf1.Ea paints Since “all truth is God's truth,“ we may freely go to poetry in Elna truth Lnetead of using God's revelaniUn to L5 10 the Bible :0 judge poetry. Selected Answer: False Tuesday. Fel:rruar1~..l 2?. 2013 12:43:13? AM EST ...
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