This is a quiz to prepare me for my first exam in Brit Lit II. The quiz is over Romantic Poetry.
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Who wrote: "Songs of Innocence," "Songs of Experience," and "Visions of the Daughters of Albion?"
This quiz is designed to help students determine which of the six major eras of British literature studied this year most resonates with them personally.
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How do you feel about love, women, and romantic relationships?
A man is only worth the love and devotion he can show to a woman—well, so long as she happens to be beautiful.
I love women in general, but they are usually too uptight and are always playing hard to get.
Marriage is a useful social construct and, of course, necessary for propagation of the species.
Love is a beautiful emotional and spiritual connection, governed by the mysterious and tempestuous feelings of the human heart.
The love between a man and a woman may just be the only solace a person can have in this gloomy, uncertain world. . . . maybe.
"Love" is just a psychological or even chemical desire that those who cannot bear to brave this world alone cling to; marriage is a tyrannical social imposition -- we mustn't fool ourselves into believing the illusion that there can be any truth, meaning, or permanence in a mere physical attraction.
The literature associated with United Kingdom Is the British Literature and also involves writings in Anglo-Norman. The largest part of this literature has been written in English language and this means English is taking a...
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