Ode To A Nightingale

5 Questions  I  By Annamae206 on December 7, 2010
This short quiz is made to evaluate your understanding of John Keats "Ode to a Nightingale."

  
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1.  What is the theme to "Ode to a Nightingale?"
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2.  Keats addresses a nightingale he hears singing somewhere in the forest and says that his “drowsy numbness” is not from envy of the nightingale’s happiness, but rather from sharing it too completely; he is “too happy” that the nightingale sings the music of summer from amid some unseen plot of green trees and shadows.
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3.  In his poetry, Keats proposed the contemplation of beauty as a way of delaying the inevitability of death.
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4.  Even before his diagnosis of ___________, Keats focused on death and its inevitability in his work.
5.  How many "Ode's" does Keats have?
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