Of Tudor courtiers: "For lessons in the art of intrigue many no doubt turned to Machiavelli's notorious _."
"Many of the best poets in the period, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sir Philip Sidney, Sir Walter Raleigh, and others, were _."
"England in the early sixteent
in a famous passage, one of the The Courtiers speakers, Countt Lodovico Canossa,
defines the most important of these techniques as SPREZZATURA
Canossa says, Therefore that may be said to be a very ART that appareth not to be
Sir Frederick says, [T]he
Brit. Lit. Quiz #2
1. The poet was reviving the heroic language, style and _ world of ancient Germanic
-PAGAN- (pg. 37)
2. The poem turns on Beowulfs _ great fights against preternatural evil.
-THREE- (pg. 38)
3. The present verse translation
Brit. Lit. Quiz #3
1. At celebration following the fight with Grendal, a carrier of tales, tells what hed
heard repeated in songs about _s exploits.
-SIGEMUND- (pg. 59)
2. At the feast, There was less tampering and big talk then from _the boaster.
Brit. Lit. Quiz #12
1. _ did not perform on the English public stage during Shakespeares lifetime.
-WOMEN- (pg. 1187)
2. During festivals such as the Feast of the Epiphany for which this comedy is named, a
rigidly hierarchical social order gave way to rit
Brit. Lit. Quiz #16
1. In expressing his frustrations about lack of advancement, Bosola says, What creature
ever fed worse than hoping _.
-TANTALUS- (pg. 1573)
2. Ferdinand tells his sister he is suspicious because women like that part which, like the
Brit. Lit. Quiz #14
1. John Donne was born in London in 1572 into a devout _ household.
-ROMAN CATHOLIC- (pg. 1370)
2. Later, Donne converted to the _ church.
-ENGLISH- (pg. 1370)
3. [I]n Elegy 19, his fondling of a naked lover becomes in a famous conceit
Brit. Lit. Quiz #8
1. For lessons in the art of intrigue, many no doubt turned to Machiavellis notorious
-IL PRINCIPLE- (pg. 533)
2. Many of the best poets in the period, Sir Thomas Wyatt, Sir Philip Sidney, Sir Walter
Raliegh, and others, were_.
Brit. Lit. Quiz #9
1. was imprisoned in the Tower of London along with several others accused of having
committed adultery with the queen, _.
-ANNE BOLEYN- (pg. 647)
2. The praise, in his verse epistle to_, of a quiet retired life in the country and the
Brit. Lit. Quiz #7
1. Nichlos, the poor scoler who lives with the carpenter Hadde lerned art, but al his
fantasye was turned for to lere _.
-ASTOLOGYE- (pg. 266)
2. Of_ yeer she was of age.
-eighteteene- (pg. 267)
3. _, love me al atones.
-LEMMAN- (pg. 26
Brit. Lit. Quiz #10
1. In famous passage, one of The Courtiers speakers, Count Lodovico Canossa, defines
the most important of these techniques as _.
-SPREZZATURA- (pg. 704)
2. Canossa says, Therefore that may be said to be a very _ that appeareth not to
Brit Lit Quiz #1
1. Chaucer's clerk's Tale is based on a Latin Version _ made
from he last tale in Boccaccios work
2. Dante (1265-1321) made himself the protagonist of the _
3. Different branches of the _ language group were spoken
Brit. Lit. Quiz #6
1. In general Middle English long vowels are pronounced like long vowels in modern
European languages other than _.
-ENGLISH- (pg. 20)
2. In Middle English syllabic verse, final _is sounded like the a in sofa to provide a
Brit. Lit. Quiz #5
1. Early legends of Britain included a foundation myth- a heroic account of national
origins- modeled on Virgils _.
-AENEID- (pg. 130)
2. Of various Arthur legends: Wace wrote his French version for Eleanor of Aquitaine,
queen of Stephe
Brit. Lit. Quiz #4
1. After the deaths of Hygelac and his sons, the wide kingdom reverted to _.
-BEOWULF- (pg. 89)
2. Once hed been angered by a thief, the dragon waited for the _ with fierce
-GLOAMING- (pg. 91)
3. To combat dragon, Beowulf or
Brit Lit. Quiz #1
1. Some scholars emphasize the continuities between the middle ages and the later
time now often called the _ period.
EARLY MODERN PERIOD (pg 3-4)
2. Old English displays its kinship with other _ languages.
GERMANIC (pg 4)
3. In 1366 Edw
Brit. Lit. Quiz #11
1. The great period of Elizabethan drama was launched by what Ben Johnson called
Marlowes mighty _.
-LINE- (pg. 1107)
2. At an inn in the London suburb of Deptford, Marlowe was killed by a dagger thrust,
purportedly in an argument over
Brit. Lit. Quiz #13
1. James I was the author of treatises on government and _.
-WITCHCRAFT- (pg. 1342)
2. After James dies in 1625 and his son, _, succeeded him, tensions persisted.
-CHARLES I- (pg. 1342)
3. The Puritans, as they were disparagingly calle
Brit. Lit. Quiz #15
1. In 1616 Ben Jonson published his _, to the derision of those astounded to see mere
plays and poems treated so reverently.
-WORKS- (pg. 1441)
2. Jonson Was imprisoned in 1597 for collaborating with Thomas Nashe on the scandalous
Brit Lit Quiz #2
1. After the Danes and Geats begin to drink "it was _in the
echoing hall": Old times
2. As Beowulf and his men march, " Their _ glinted
3. As proof of his victory beowulf hold up "The whole Grendel's
Shoulder and arm
4. As th
English 2310 Falocco Midterm Questions
"Some scholars emphasize the continuities between the middle ages and the later time now
often called the Early Modern period."
In 1366, Edward III began a war to enforce his claims to the throne of France; th
"_WOMEN_ did not perform on the English public stage during Shakespeare's lifetime."
During festivals such as the Feast of the Epiphany for which this comedy is named, "a rigidly hierarchicaly social order. gave way to rituals of _INVERSION_."
"There is s
In both the written play of Twelfth Night and the Globe Production film, issues of gender
identity and alternative sexualities register differently. As outlined in Bulmans article, the New
Globe has b
Brit. Lit. Quiz #19
The first five questions come from the summary of the situation at the rise of the curtain.
1. Mirabell (a reformed _) is secretly in love with and wishes to marry Millamant.
-RAKE- (pg. 2360)
2. Mirabell sometime before has married of
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Brit. Lit. Quiz #20
1. [T]he troubles that followed upon James IIs abdication and subsequent invasion of
Ireland drove Swift along with other_ to England.
-ANGLO-IRISH- (pg. 2464)
2. After embarking on a career in the church, Swift discovered his astonish
Brit. Lit. Quiz #17
1. Milton had absorbed the _ tradition in its entirety, and his poem abounds with
echoes of Homer and Virgil.
-EPIC- (pg. 1944)
2. For some readers, including Blake and Shelly, _ is the true hero of the poem.
-SATAN- (pg. 1944)
3. At t
Brit. Lit. Quiz #18
1. Religious tensions rose in 1685 when James II began to fill the army and government
with fellow _s.
-CATHOLIC- (pg. 2179)
2. In retrospect, the coming of William and Mary in 1688- the _, or Bloodless
Revolution came to be seen as th
Pretty short chapterthankfully. Seth sees Dinah home after the meeting; she is staying with her
uncle and aunt, the Poysers, at the Hall Farm. He asks her to marry him, feeling her to be a
beautiful soul, full of goodness. Dinah gently refuses,