9. How is a Spenserian sonnet different from a Petrarchan sonnet?
a.) A Spenserian sonnet is always written as part of a sequence.
b.) A Spenserian sonnet deals with love and the natural world.
c.) A Spenserian sonnet has a different rhyme scheme.
d.) A Spenserian sonnet has a different number of lines.
10. What does the speaker mean in this line from Raleigh’s “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd”?
But could youth last and love still breed…
a.) As people get older, love fades.
b.) Young people do not know the meaning of love.
c.) Love will outlast time.
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d.) Only young people are able to love completely.
11. What is the theme of Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 29”?
a.) The speaker must learn to live with his disappointments.
b.) The memory of the speaker’s beloved makes up for all of life’s troubles.
c.) Life's greatest disappointment is to live alone.
d.) Even a hopeless love is better than any other experience.
12. What does the speaker mean in the final couplet of Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 116”?
If this be error, and upon me proved, / I never writ, nor man ever loved.
a.) If you think I am mistaken in this, then I am not a writer or nobody ever fell in love.
b.) What I've said is not a mistake because I am a writer and men have fallen in love.
c.) I may be mistaken in what I've said, but I am still a writer and men still fall in love.
d.) You don't have to believe me, but you must believe I am a writer and that men fall in love.
13. What is the speaker’s motivation in Donne’s “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning”?
a.) to tell his beloved he is dying but not to mourn him
b.) to assure his beloved that distance cannot weaken their love for each other
c.) to reassure his beloved that, although he must leave, he will return
d.) to reassure his beloved that he will never forget her, but he must leave
14. Which of these lines from Donne’s “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” is a conceit?
a.) “As stiff twin compasses are two; / thy soul the fixed foot . . .”
b.) “Moving of the earth brings harms and fears . . .”
c.) “But we by a love, so much refined, / That our selves know not . . .”
d.) “'Twere profanation of our joys / To tell the laity our love.”
15. What is the main idea of Donne’s “Holy Sonnet 10”?
a.) Believers die but awaken again to eternal life.
b.) Death helps people appreciate their lives.
c.) Death is a beautiful ending to life.
d.) Death is rightfully feared by sinners.
16. Which is the best statement of the theme of Milton’s “When I Consider How My Light Is Spent”?
a.) No matter what happens, people cannot give up on dreams.
b.) A person does not have to achieve great things to serve God.
c.) God’s angels care for people who cannot care for themselves.
d.) God expects all believers to serve him with respect.
17. Which idea of Milton’s is conveyed by lines 213–216, when the narrator explains that God left Satan “at large to his own dark design, / That with reiterated crimes he might / heap on himself damnation, while he sought / Evil to others”?
a.) God forgives the sins of everyone.
b.) Evil deeds will be punished in the end.
c.) Satan’s actions are the result of free will.
d.) Satan’s motivation is revenge against God.