A. They all belonged to the Oxford Movement
B. They were all painters
C. They were all Victorian Novelists
D. They all belonged to the Pre- Raphaelite SchoolB.
A. The seven deadly sins
B. The seven types of sin that keep people from heaven
C. The three components of the perfect confession
D. The eight beatitudes
A. Lucy Terry
B. William Wells Brown
C. Harriet Wilson
D. Harriet Jacobs
A. The Church moved away from using Latin.
B. The trend of educational reforms was reversed.
C. England returned to its pre-feudal state.
D. The primary language became French
A. John Clare
B. John Keats
C. Robert Burns
D. A and C only
A. Lord Byron and John Clare
B. William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge
C. John Keats and William Blake
D. Lord Byron and William Blake
A. How nature can render someone good
B. How nature can corrupt someone
C. Eternal youth
D. A dark voyage into madness
A. Homer’s The Iliad
B. Homer’s The Odyssey
C. Virgil’s The Aeneid
D. Sophocles’s Antigone