How Well Do You Know The Brontës' Poetry?

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A quiz testing your knowledge of the Bronte's poetry for AS English literature.


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  • 1. 

    What is the message of the poem 'No Coward Soul is Mine' by Emily Bronte?

    • A.

      She begins by believing that she will not die because, like nature, she will re-bloom. However, she realises that she will not & therefore, she wants to die.

    • B.

      She does not fear death because she has faith & faith will protect her.

    • C.

      Death has saved the person she loves from hardship, & therefore she is not sad they he is gone. Rather, she wishes she could join him.

    • D.

      We should not mourn people because death is not the end. There is always hope because we will all be reunited in Heaven.

    Correct Answer
    B. She does not fear death because she has faith & faith will protect her.
    Explanation
    The poem 'No Coward Soul is Mine' by Emily Bronte conveys the message that the speaker does not fear death because she has faith and believes that her faith will protect her. This is evident in the lines where she expresses her lack of fear towards death and her belief in the power of faith. The poem suggests that faith provides comfort and strength in the face of death, allowing the speaker to face it without fear.

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  • 2. 

    Which of these are two features of 'The Prisoner' by Emily Bronte?

    • A.

      Juxtaposition between the holy & innocent description of the woman, & the harsh description of the jailer + List of times God comes which emphasises him omniprescence

    • B.

      Question marks showing uncertainty + List of times God comes which emphasises him omniprescence

    • C.

      Juxtaposition between the holy & innocent description of the woman, & the harsh description of the jailer + Question marks showing uncertainty

    • D.

      Personification of hope as timid + Exclamation marks which show anger

    Correct Answer
    A. Juxtaposition between the holy & innocent description of the woman, & the harsh description of the jailer + List of times God comes which emphasises him omniprescence
    Explanation
    The correct answer is Juxtaposition between the holy & innocent description of the woman, & the harsh description of the jailer + List of times God comes which emphasizes his omnipresence. This answer is correct because it accurately identifies two features of 'The Prisoner' by Emily Bronte. The juxtaposition between the holy and innocent description of the woman and the harsh description of the jailer highlights the contrasting themes and characters in the story. Additionally, the list of times God comes emphasizes his omnipresence, suggesting that the presence of God is an important aspect of the narrative.

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  • 3. 

    The image of the petrel in 'Stars' by Emily Bronte symbolises...

    • A.

      Loneliness

    • B.

      Homesickness

    • C.

      Melancholy

    • D.

      Freedom

    Correct Answer
    D. Freedom
    Explanation
    The image of the petrel in 'Stars' by Emily Bronte symbolizes freedom. The petrel is often associated with the open sea and the ability to roam freely. In the poem, the speaker longs to be like the petrel, able to escape the constraints of society and experience true freedom. The petrel is a symbol of liberation and the desire to break free from the confines of everyday life.

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  • 4. 

    In the extended metaphor of the tree in 'Death' by Emily Bronte, which part is she?

    • A.

      The trunk

    • B.

      The roots

    • C.

      The leaves

    • D.

      The heart

    Correct Answer
    C. The leaves
    Explanation
    In the extended metaphor of the tree in 'Death' by Emily Bronte, the leaves represent the fleeting and ephemeral nature of life. Just like leaves that wither and fall, life is temporary and fragile. The leaves symbolize the transience of existence and the inevitability of death.

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  • 5. 

    There is a constant tension in 'Rememberance' by Emily Bronte between which two elements?

    • A.

      Loving & Hating

    • B.

      Remembrance & Forgetting

    • C.

      Running to & Running away from

    • D.

      Wanting to be lovers & Wanting to be friends

    Correct Answer
    B. Remembrance & Forgetting
    Explanation
    In "Rememberance" by Emily Bronte, there is a constant tension between the elements of remembrance and forgetting. This suggests that the speaker is torn between holding onto memories and letting go of them. The poem explores the struggle between wanting to remember a loved one and the pain that comes with remembering, as well as the desire to forget and move on from the past. This tension between remembrance and forgetting highlights the complex emotions and conflicting desires experienced by the speaker.

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  • 6. 

    Which of these is a summary of 'To Imagination' by Emily Bronte?

    • A.

      Imagination allows her to escape life's hardships

    • B.

      Imagination reminds her of home

    • C.

      Imagination traps her

    • D.

      Imagination makes her melancholy

    Correct Answer
    A. Imagination allows her to escape life's hardships
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Imagination allows her to escape life's hardships." In the poem "To Imagination" by Emily Bronte, the speaker explores the power of imagination as a means of escaping the difficulties and hardships of life. The speaker finds solace and freedom in the realm of imagination, where they can create their own world and escape the harsh realities of life. This summary captures the main theme of the poem, emphasizing the transformative and liberating nature of imagination.

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  • 7. 

    In 'Hope' by Emily Bronte, hope is personified as...

    • A.

      Brave

    • B.

      Cruel

    • C.

      Angry

    • D.

      Timid

    Correct Answer
    D. Timid
    Explanation
    In 'Hope' by Emily Bronte, hope is personified as timid. This means that hope is portrayed as being shy, lacking confidence, and hesitant. This personification suggests that hope is fragile and easily affected by fear or uncertainty. It implies that hope is not bold or assertive, but rather cautious and reserved.

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  • 8. 

    In 'Stanzas' by Emily Bronte, she claims that happiness "must _____ end in gloom"

    • A.

      Never

    • B.

      Always

    • C.

      Possibly

    • D.

      Sometimes

    Correct Answer
    B. Always
    Explanation
    In the poem "Stanzas" by Emily Bronte, the author asserts that happiness always ends in gloom. This suggests that Bronte believes that happiness is fleeting and temporary, and will inevitably be followed by sadness or despair. The word "always" emphasizes the certainty of this belief, indicating that there is no exception to the idea that happiness is ultimately overshadowed by gloom. This perspective on the transitory nature of happiness may reflect Bronte's personal experiences or her philosophical outlook on life.

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  • 9. 

    Why, in 'Love is like the Wild Rose Briar' by Emily Bronte, is friendship like the holly-tree?

    • A.

      It's long-lasting & reliable

    • B.

      It's short-lived & fickle

    • C.

      It's dark & unpleasant

    • D.

      It's best during the Winter

    Correct Answer
    A. It's long-lasting & reliable
    Explanation
    In the poem 'Love is like the Wild Rose Briar' by Emily Bronte, the comparison of friendship to the holly-tree suggests that friendship is long-lasting and reliable. The holly-tree is known for its durability and ability to withstand harsh conditions, just like a true friend who remains steadfast and dependable throughout the ups and downs of life. This comparison implies that friendship, like the holly-tree, can be trusted and relied upon for support and companionship over time.

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  • 10. 

    The change in rhythm in the fifth stanza in 'Song' by Emily Bronte contrasts...

    • A.

      His death with her life

    • B.

      His melancholy with her happiness

    • C.

      His life with her death

    • D.

      His happiness with her melancholy

    Correct Answer
    D. His happiness with her melancholy
    Explanation
    The change in rhythm in the fifth stanza of 'Song' by Emily Bronte contrasts the speaker's happiness with the melancholy of the person being addressed. The shift in rhythm suggests a shift in tone and mood, highlighting the stark difference between the two individuals. This contrast serves to emphasize the speaker's joy and the other person's sadness, creating a sense of tension and juxtaposition in the poem.

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  • 11. 

    In 'F. De Samara to A.G.A' by Emily Bronte, there is a contrast between Romantic & what other type of imagery?

    • A.

      Natural

    • B.

      Melancholy

    • C.

      Gothic

    • D.

      Happy

    Correct Answer
    C. Gothic
    Explanation
    In "F. De Samara to A.G.A" by Emily Bronte, the contrast is between Romantic and Gothic imagery. This means that the author juxtaposes the beauty and idealism of Romantic imagery with the dark, mysterious, and often supernatural elements of Gothic imagery. The use of Gothic imagery adds a sense of darkness, tension, and unease to the overall tone of the poem, creating a stark contrast to the more optimistic and serene nature of Romantic imagery.

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  • 12. 

    In 'Lines' by Emily Bronte there is an extended metaphor which shows how life is difficult but Heaven protects us from all of these difficulties. What is the imagery?

    • A.

      Life is a foreign country & Heaven is home

    • B.

      Life is winter & Heaven is summer

    • C.

      Life is a cloudy day & Heaven is the sun

    • D.

      Life is a rough sea & Heaven is the harbour

    Correct Answer
    D. Life is a rough sea & Heaven is the harbour
    Explanation
    The imagery in the given answer is comparing life to a rough sea and Heaven to a harbor. This metaphor suggests that life is full of challenges and hardships, symbolized by the rough sea, but Heaven provides a safe and peaceful refuge, represented by the harbor. It implies that despite the difficulties in life, there is a place of solace and protection in the afterlife.

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  • 13. 

    In 'Alone I Sat' by Emily Bronte, what is she trying to do?

    • A.

      Remember the happy times of her childhood

    • B.

      Capture God's creation in her poetry

    • C.

      Become one with nature

    • D.

      Explain to her lover why she loves him

    Correct Answer
    B. Capture God's creation in her poetry
    Explanation
    In 'Alone I Sat' by Emily Bronte, the author is trying to capture God's creation in her poetry. This can be inferred from the title itself, as well as the fact that the poem is likely to explore the author's solitary contemplation of nature and the world around her. By focusing on capturing God's creation, Bronte aims to convey the beauty and wonder of the natural world through her poetic expression.

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  • 14. 

    In 'Tell Me, Tell Me, Smiling Child' by Emily Bronte, what does the smiling child symbolise?

    • A.

      Innocence

    • B.

      Love

    • C.

      Home

    • D.

      Nature

    Correct Answer
    A. Innocence
    Explanation
    The smiling child in 'Tell Me, Tell Me, Smiling Child' by Emily Bronte symbolizes innocence. This is evident from the title itself, as the child is described as smiling, which is often associated with purity and naivety. Additionally, innocence is often portrayed through the image of a child in literature, representing a state of untouched and untainted goodness. Therefore, the smiling child in the poem is a symbol of innocence.

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  • 15. 

    What is the main tecnique used in 'Will the Day be Bright or Cloudy'?

    • A.

      Repitition

    • B.

      Onomatopoeia

    • C.

      Pathetic Fallacy

    • D.

      Sibilance

    Correct Answer
    C. Pathetic Fallacy
    Explanation
    The main technique used in 'Will the Day be Bright or Cloudy' is Pathetic Fallacy. Pathetic Fallacy is a literary device in which human emotions or characteristics are attributed to inanimate objects or nature. In this context, the author uses the weather to reflect or mirror the emotions or mood of the characters or events in the story.

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  • 16. 

    In 'Last Line' by Anne Bronte, what is her attitude towards God?

    • A.

      She believes that He will help her find her way home

    • B.

      She fears Him

    • C.

      She begins to doubt Him

    • D.

      She puts all her faith in Him

    Correct Answer
    D. She puts all her faith in Him
    Explanation
    The correct answer suggests that in the poem "Last Line" by Anne Bronte, the speaker's attitude towards God is one of complete trust and reliance. The speaker puts all her faith in God, indicating a strong belief in His ability to guide and support her. This implies a positive and unwavering relationship with God, where the speaker feels secure and confident in His presence.

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  • 17. 

    In 'The Arbour' by Anne Bronte, what do the questions show?

    • A.

      Her doubt

    • B.

      Her reproaching herself

    • C.

      Her feeling lost

    • D.

      Her questioning God

    Correct Answer
    B. Her reproaching herself
    Explanation
    The questions in 'The Arbour' by Anne Bronte show her reproaching herself. This implies that she is questioning her own actions or decisions and expressing self-criticism or regret. The questions may reflect her feelings of guilt or dissatisfaction with herself, indicating a sense of personal responsibility or accountability for her actions.

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  • 18. 

    Complete this phrase from 'If This Be All' by Anne Bronte: "That life can _____ to me"

    • A.

      Show

    • B.

      Give

    • C.

      Reveal

    • D.

      Offer

    Correct Answer
    A. Show
    Explanation
    In the poem "If This Be All" by Anne Bronte, the speaker is contemplating the meaning and purpose of life. They express a desire for life to "show" something to them, suggesting that they are seeking a deeper understanding or revelation. The word "show" implies a visual or experiential demonstration, indicating that the speaker longs for life to provide them with tangible evidence or insights. This choice aligns with the theme of seeking meaning and understanding in the face of life's uncertainties.

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  • 19. 

    Why, in 'Home' by Anne Bronte, does she describe her home as unpleasant?

    • A.

      To show that home still holds some bad memories for her

    • B.

      To show that just because it is her home, it does not hold any happy memories for her.

    • C.

      To show that she dislikes her home.

    • D.

      To show that, even if home is unpleasant, it is always superior because it is home.

    Correct Answer
    D. To show that, even if home is unpleasant, it is always superior because it is home.
    Explanation
    The author describes her home as unpleasant to emphasize the idea that despite its negative aspects, it still holds a special place in her heart because it is her home. This suggests that the concept of home is powerful and significant to her, regardless of the negative experiences associated with it. The description highlights the emotional attachment and the belief that home is always superior, even if it is not perfect.

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  • 20. 

    In 'A Prayer' by Anne Bronte, what which is repeated to show how she is begging God for help?

    • A.

      Please

    • B.

      Help

    • C.

      Oh

    • D.

      Really

    Correct Answer
    C. Oh
    Explanation
    In the poem "A Prayer" by Anne Bronte, the word "Oh" is repeated to emphasize the speaker's plea for help from God. The repetition of this word conveys a sense of urgency and desperation, highlighting the speaker's deep longing for divine assistance. By using "Oh" repeatedly, Bronte effectively portrays the speaker's vulnerability and reliance on a higher power for support and guidance.

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  • 21. 

    What tecnique in 'Memory' by Anne Bronte implies the softness & gentleness of memory?

    • A.

      Onomatopoeia

    • B.

      Sibilance

    • C.

      Alliteration

    • D.

      Repitition

    Correct Answer
    B. Sibilance
    Explanation
    Sibilance is a technique in which the repetition of sibilant sounds, such as "s" or "sh," creates a soft and gentle effect. In the context of the poem "Memory" by Anne Bronte, the use of sibilance would imply the softness and gentleness of memory, enhancing the overall tone and mood of the poem.

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  • 22. 

    Why, in 'The Captive Dove' by Anne Bronte, does she feel a connection with the dove?

    • A.

      She longs for companionship

    • B.

      She longs for home

    • C.

      She longs for food

    • D.

      She longs for nature

    Correct Answer
    A. She longs for companionship
    Explanation
    In 'The Captive Dove' by Anne Bronte, the protagonist feels a connection with the dove because she longs for companionship. The dove represents a symbol of companionship and freedom, which the protagonist desires in her own life. The dove's captivity mirrors the protagonist's own feelings of loneliness and confinement, making her empathize with the bird and feel a deep connection. Through this connection, the protagonist finds solace and a sense of understanding in her longing for companionship.

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  • 23. 

    The repeated use of verbs in 'Lines Composed in a Wood on a Windy Day' by Anne Bronte shows...

    • A.

      Love

    • B.

      Death

    • C.

      Life

    • D.

      Anger

    Correct Answer
    C. Life
    Explanation
    The repeated use of verbs in 'Lines Composed in a Wood on a Windy Day' by Anne Bronte shows the vitality and energy of life. The verbs convey action and movement, suggesting that life is constantly in motion and full of activity. This use of verbs also creates a sense of urgency and liveliness in the poem, emphasizing the importance of seizing the present moment and embracing the experiences and challenges that life brings.

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  • 24. 

    What do the questions & answers in 'In Memory of a Happy Day in February' by Anne Bronte show?

    • A.

      Confusion

    • B.

      Hope

    • C.

      Doubt

    • D.

      Certainty

    Correct Answer
    D. Certainty
    Explanation
    The questions and answers in "In Memory of a Happy Day in February" by Anne Bronte show certainty. This suggests that the speaker is confident and sure about the events and emotions described in the poem. The use of questions and answers implies a clear understanding and conviction, indicating a lack of confusion, doubt, or hope.

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  • 25. 

    Why, in 'Lines Written at Thorp Green' by Anne Bronte, is winter a happy time?

    • A.

      Because it's when she gets to leave home

    • B.

      Because it's when she can return home

    • C.

      Because it's when finishes work

    • D.

      Because it's when she gets to see the wintery nature

    Correct Answer
    B. Because it's when she can return home
    Explanation
    In the poem "Lines Written at Thorp Green" by Anne Bronte, winter is portrayed as a happy time because it is when the speaker can finally return home. This suggests that the speaker may have been away from home for a long time, possibly due to work or other obligations. The anticipation of returning home after a long absence brings joy and happiness to the speaker, making winter a happy season for them.

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  • 26. 

    Complete this quote from 'The Bluebell' by Anne Bronte: "____ I knew no care"

    • A.

      And

    • B.

      But

    • C.

      It's like

    • D.

      As if

    Correct Answer
    D. As if
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "As if". This phrase is commonly used to express a comparison or simile. In the context of the quote, it suggests that the speaker's lack of care is similar to or comparable to something else. It implies that the speaker is free from worries or troubles.

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  • 27. 

    In 'He Saw my Heart's Woe' by Charlotte Bronte, which false God does she compare the man she loved to?

    • A.

      Baal

    • B.

      Horus

    • C.

      Nature

    • D.

      Opium

    Correct Answer
    A. Baal
    Explanation
    In 'He Saw my Heart's Woe' by Charlotte Bronte, the author compares the man she loved to the false God Baal. This comparison suggests that the man she loved possessed qualities or characteristics that resembled those attributed to Baal, such as being deceitful, manipulative, or possessing a false sense of power. By using this comparison, Bronte conveys her disillusionment and disappointment in the man she loved, emphasizing his negative qualities and the negative impact he had on her heart.

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  • 28. 

    In 'Parting' by Charlotte Bronte, what is her attitude to parting with a loved one?

    • A.

      It is hard

    • B.

      It's easier thanks to memory

    • C.

      It's harder thanks to memory

    • D.

      It's easy

    Correct Answer
    B. It's easier thanks to memory
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "It's easier thanks to memory." In the poem "Parting" by Charlotte Bronte, the poet expresses her attitude towards parting with a loved one. She believes that parting becomes easier because of the memories they have shared. These memories provide solace and comfort during the difficult time of separation. The poet suggests that the presence of these memories helps to alleviate the pain and makes the parting more bearable.

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  • 29. 

    In 'Mementoes' by Charlotte Bronte, what kind of imagery is used to describe the Mother's happiness before her marriage?

    • A.

      Animal

    • B.

      Gothic

    • C.

      Religious

    • D.

      Natural

    Correct Answer
    D. Natural
    Explanation
    In 'Mementoes' by Charlotte Bronte, the kind of imagery used to describe the Mother's happiness before her marriage is natural. This suggests that the author portrays the Mother's happiness as something pure, genuine, and in harmony with the natural world. The use of natural imagery could imply that the Mother's happiness is untainted and free from artificiality or pretense.

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  • 30. 

    Which paradox is used in 'The Teacher's Monologue' by Charlotte Bronte to emphasise how bad her life is?

    • A.

      Hope giving up

    • B.

      Faith not believing

    • C.

      Patience yielding to despair

    • D.

      Love hating

    Correct Answer
    C. Patience yielding to despair
    Explanation
    In 'The Teacher's Monologue' by Charlotte Bronte, the paradox of "Patience yielding to despair" is used to highlight the extreme negativity and hopelessness of the protagonist's life. This paradox suggests that even though the protagonist may have initially been patient and hopeful, she eventually succumbs to despair, indicating the depths of her suffering and the overwhelming challenges she faces. This paradox serves to emphasize the bleakness and despair that permeates the protagonist's existence.

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  • 31. 

    Which word would complete this phrase from 'From Retrospection' by Charlotte Bronte: "Bud, bloom and ____"?

    • A.

      Bloom again

    • B.

      Fruit

    • C.

      Bud again

    • D.

      Seed

    Correct Answer
    B. Fruit
    Explanation
    The phrase "Bud, bloom and fruit" represents the progression of growth and development. "Fruit" is the logical next word in the sequence as it signifies the final stage of a plant's life cycle, following the blooming stage. It indicates the completion of the process and the achievement of the plant's purpose, making it the appropriate word to complete the phrase.

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  • 32. 

    Which two structural poetic techniques are used in 'Epistle from a Father to a Child in her Grave' by Branwell Bronte to give the poem an epic atmosphere?

    • A.

      Heroic couplets

    • B.

      Ode structure

    • C.

      Iambic pentameter

    • D.

      Alternate rhyming scheme

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Heroic couplets
    C. Iambic pentameter
    Explanation
    The poem 'Epistle from a Father to a Child in her Grave' by Branwell Bronte uses heroic couplets and iambic pentameter to create an epic atmosphere. Heroic couplets, which consist of rhymed pairs of lines in iambic pentameter, are commonly found in epic poetry and contribute to the grand and elevated tone of the poem. Iambic pentameter, a metrical pattern of five iambs per line, further enhances the epic atmosphere by providing a rhythmic and musical quality to the verses. Together, these structural techniques help to create a sense of grandeur and importance in the poem.

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  • 33. 

    In 'Penmaenmawr' by Branwell Bronte, what does the metaphor of the flower symbolise?

    • A.

      Destiny

    • B.

      Hope

    • C.

      Nature

    • D.

      Love

    Correct Answer
    D. Love
    Explanation
    The metaphor of the flower in 'Penmaenmawr' by Branwell Bronte symbolizes love. This suggests that love is delicate, beautiful, and capable of blossoming just like a flower. Love is often associated with the beauty and fragility of a flower, and this metaphor highlights the deep emotions and tender feelings that love can evoke.

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  • 34. 

    What do the commas in the first line of 'Thorp Green' by Branwell Bronte do?

    • A.

      Shorten it

    • B.

      Split it up mimicking conflicting emotions

    • C.

      Emphasise the monotony

    • D.

      Extend it mimicking the distance

    Correct Answer
    D. Extend it mimicking the distance
    Explanation
    The commas in the first line of 'Thorp Green' by Branwell Bronte extend, or lengthen, the sentence, which mimics the distance being described in the poem. This suggests that the distance being referred to is significant and creates a sense of space or separation. The use of commas in this way helps to emphasize the idea of distance and adds to the overall tone and atmosphere of the poem.

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  • 35. 

    In 'On Caroline' by Branwell Bronte, what kind of imagery is used?

    • A.

      Natural

    • B.

      Religious

    • C.

      Gothic

    • D.

      Romantic

    Correct Answer
    B. Religious
    Explanation
    In 'On Caroline' by Branwell Bronte, the author uses religious imagery. This can be inferred from the context of the poem and the themes explored. The use of religious imagery suggests that the poem may contain references to religious symbols, beliefs, or themes, enhancing the overall meaning and message of the poem.

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  • 36. 

    Why, in 'Augusta' by Branwell Bronte, is the extended metaphor of the insufficient to describe Augusta?

    • A.

      Because her skin is too dark

    • B.

      Because she is less beautiful

    • C.

      Because she is smaller

    • D.

      Because she does not shine with borrowed light

    Correct Answer
    D. Because she does not shine with borrowed light
    Explanation
    The extended metaphor of the insufficient is used to describe Augusta because she does not shine with borrowed light. This implies that Augusta does not rely on external sources or influences to appear radiant or attractive. Instead, she possesses her own innate beauty and does not need to borrow or imitate others to shine.

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