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72 Cards in this Set

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first popular Victorian novelist
Dickens
physical background of a work
setting
John Milton wrote
Paradise Lost
"The paths of glory lead but to the grave"
Thomas Gray, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
an earlier popular ballad
Bonnie Barbara Allen
the first anglo-saxon literature
poetry
the founder of English literature
Venerable Bede
two lines rhyming together
couplet
wrote Amazing Grace
Newton
wrote Hamlet
Shakespeare
wrote the Cantebury Tales
Geoffery Chaucer
ridicule of human folly
satire
a teaching by Karl Marx
neo-orthodoxy
Faerie Queen was written by
Spencer
wrote the Book of Martyrs
Foxe
John Bunyan wrote
Pilgrim's Progress
the Pearl Poet wrote
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
the invisible man was written by who, and belonged to what series
Chesterton
and the Father Brown Mysteries
Moore wrote
Utopia
Bunyan wrote
Pilgrim's Progress
Swift wrote
Gulliver's Travels
classic love song
pastoral
book published by Wordsworth and Coeleridge
Lyrical Ballads
wrote My Utmost, and Glorious of a Morning Sky
Chambers
a fourteen lined poet
sonnet
"beauty is true,
true beauty"
Keats, Ode on A Graecian Urn
a play that ends happily
comedy
England's first poet-lauriat
Johnson
works were shaped by an overpowering idea
Keats
"Tis better to loved and lost than to never have loved at all"
Tennyson, In Memoriam
God seen as nature
pantheism
Pride and Prejudice
written by Jane Austen
"Tiger, Tiger burning bright"
Blake, Tiger
greatest epic in English literature
Paradise Lost
English national epic
Beowulf
first essayist in English literature
Bacon
speech by one character alone
soliliquy
apostle to the skeptics
Lewis
Conrad wrote
Heart of Darkness
characterized a great mark of modern fiction
secularism
struggle between forces
conflict
Yeats wrote what
Second Coming
Joyce is known for his
stream of conciousness
the Deserted Vilage is written by
Goldsmith
most influential economist
John Keynes
Daniel Defoe wrote
Robinson Crusoe
Richardson wrote
Pamela
"Shall i compare thee to a summer day"
Shakespeare, Sonnet 43
didn't speak english until he was 21
Conrad
first developed in North America
short story
native of Poland
John Conrad
during the first world war he stationed troops in Africa
Chambers
First English poet
Caedmon
greatest master of languages since Milton
Joyce
the main character is known as
protagonist
first person described in the prologueof Cantebury Tales
Knight
expressed almost entirely throughout poetry
Romanticism
the anglo-saxon poets were called
Scops
a satire on communism
Animal Farm
calls his novels fables
Golding
"If winter comes can spring be far behind"
Shelley, Ode to the West Wind
wrote Hidden Years of Nazareth
Morgan
Spurgeon wrote
Treasury of David
central idea of a work
theme
reached its highest peak in the Elizabethan period
drama
"Water, water everywhere nor a drop to drink"
Coelridge, The Rim of Ancient Modern
an anglo-saxon metaphor
kenning
example is whale road
unrhymed iambic pentameter
blank verse
the poet of nature
Wordsworth
type of Elizabethan song
Madriol
the Prince of Preachers was
Charles Spurgeon
Scotland's greatest poet
Burns