Have you read the poem Ode on a Grecian Urn? Do you know who the poet of this poem is? Take this quiz and test yourself. Ode on a Grecian Urn is a poetry piece by John Keats, which is tested in the quiz below. The poet uses a unique style of writing. Do you still remember the poem? Gauge what you retained of it below. We wish you all the very best to you!
"An unravished bride of quietness"
"leaf-fring'd legend haunts"
Fortress occupied by soldiers
A wooden podium
The city the urn depicts
He is unhappy with the damage on different parts of the urn.
He does not approve of the image on the urns.
He is bi-polar.
He is looking at different scenes on the urn.
The author has mixed feelings toward each scene, but in the end he is irate.
The author is mournful that the urn is so plain.
The author is sad that the events in the urn aren't going anywhere at all, and that no one knows how the events began.
The author does not appreciate the beauty of the urn. The author does not appreciate the beauty of the urn.
He praises it because it has everlasting beauty, and it only needs to know its own beauty to contribute a purpose to life.
He admires the different scenes pictured on the urn.
He praises the urn because it is so unique.
He praises it because it reminds him of his own life.
To the speaker and all other humans that it meets
The the images on the urn
He has tasted the melodies before
Because melodies unheard are more meaningful to the spirit
Because he the urn sings to his soul
He is dea
Reveal the speakers dark side towards nature
Bring the urns stationary images to life
To illustrate how the urn originates from ancient Greece
To display his sexual frustration towards the two lovers
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