Romantic Era - English Literature
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In "The Lamb, " the lamb and creator are both.....
soft and cuddly
open and honest
innocent and good
strong and fearsome
In Blake's "The Lamb, " what archetypal figure is referred to as "He?"
In Wordsworth's "The World is Too Much with Us" the speaker wishes to be.....
closer to his family
closer to the beauty of nature
rich and powerful
in charge of the world
In "The World is Too Much With us, " Wordsworth's main subject is.....
the quest for knowledge
the quest for love and romance
the quest for power and wealth
the decline of ancient cities
In Coleridge's, "Rime of the Ancient Mariner, " why couldn't the guest evade the old man?
The guest was too polite.
The man hexed the guest.
The guest had a glimmer in his eye.
The old man had a glimmer in his eye.
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