A. a renewed secularism in the twentieth century
B. modern literary criticism
C. late “nineteenth-century and early” twentieth-century satirical drama
D. the surrealist movement
A. William Blake
B. Lord Byron
C. William Wordsworth
D. John Keats
A. The knight is religious.
B. The knight is submissive to his lad.
C. The knight is dedicated to his feudal lord.
D. The knight is blond, tall, and elegant.
A. Sir Thomas Wyatt
B. William Shakespeare
C. Earl of Surrey
A. Father of Free verse
B. Father of american poetry
D. Father of American Liteature
A. villain tragedy
B. poetic tragedy
C. heroic tragedy
D. revenge tragedy
A. Jason and Isolde
B. General History of Virginia
C. Declaration of Independence
D. Journal of an Expedition
A. a French revolutionary
B. a Greek or Roman mythological figure
C. a monster fabricated in a laboratory
D. All would have been appropriate protagonists for a Romantic literary text.
A. It seeks to diminish the distance between society and nature.
B. It seeks to amplify the distance between society and nature.
C. It plays with the relationship between the social, natural, and supernatural worlds.
D. It evokes the beauty of a pastoral scene.