Pastoral Poetry

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Who wrote Paradise Lost ?
John Milton
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'Humid Flowers that b breathed their morning incense'
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'Pleasant task'
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'Labour grows luxurious by restraint'
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'Tending to wild'
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'God hath assigned us'
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'Labour as to debar us when we need refreshment' -who says this ?
PARADISE LOST - Adam
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'Solitude sometimes is best society'
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'Sly assault'
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'Conjugal love'
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'shades thee' -who is protecting who ?
PARADISE LOST - Adam protecting Eve
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'her husband...who guards her,or with the worst endures'
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What poem did Thomas Gray write?
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Knell of parting day'
Elegy written in a country churchyard
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'lowing herd wind slowly o'er the lea'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'leaves the world to darkness and to me'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'solemn stillness'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'drowsy tinklings'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'ivy mantled tower'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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Quote an animal in Elegy written in a country church yard...
'Mopeing owl'
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Who has a 'solitary reign' also what poem?
The owl in Elegy written in a country churchyard
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'Each in his narrow cell forever laid'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Rude forefathers of the hamlet sleep'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'No more shall rouse them from their lowly bed'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Let not ambition mock their useful toil'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'destiny obscure'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Short and simple annals of the poor'
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'pomp of pow'r'
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'inevitable hour'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Paths of glory lead but to the grave'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'neglected spot'
Elegy written in a country church yard
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'Far from the madding crowd's ignoble strife'
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'The voice of nature cries'
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Who wrote 'ode to Evening' ?
William Collins
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'Beetle winds his small but sullen horn'
Ode to Evening
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'His play circlet' - What is this talking about?
Ode to Evening
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'pensive pleasures sweet'
Ode to Evening
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'dewy fingers draw the gradual dusky veil' - veil of what?
The veil of night - Ode to Evening
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'elves who slept in flowers the day'
Ode to Evening
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'Sallow autumn fills thy lap with leaves'
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'spring shall pour his show'rs'
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Who wrote 'The deserted Village'?
Oliver Goldsmith
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'Where health and plenty cheered the laboring swain'
The deserted village
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'Dear lovely bowers of innocence and ease'
The deserted village
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'smiling spring'
The deserted village
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'I loitered on the o'er thy green...I paused on every charm'
The deserted village
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'I blest the coming day'
The deserted village
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'Whispering lovers'
The deserted village
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'many a pastime circled in the shade'
The deserted village
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'dancing pair'
The deserted village
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'mistrustless of his smutted face'
The deserted village
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'Bashful virgin's side long looks of love'
The deserted village
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How does Goldsmith creat a sudden chnage of tone in hinting towards lust within the village?
Lack of rhyme-The deserted village
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'These were thy charms-but now these charms are fled'
The deserted village
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'Amidst thy bowers the tyrants hand is seen'
The deserted village
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'desolation saddens all thy green'
The deserted village
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'choaked with sedge's,works it's weedy way'
The deserted village
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'spoilers hand'
The deserted village
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What happens to the 'Bold peasantry'? What poem is this mentioned?
they are 'Destroyed' - The deserted village
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'England's griefs began'
The deserted village
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'Labour spread her wholesome store'
The deserted village
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'Just gave what life required but gave no more'
The deserted village
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'His best companions innocence and health and his best riches,ignorance and health'
The deserted village
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'Rememberance wakes with all her busy train, swells at my breast, and turns the past to pain'
The deserted village
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'In all my grief -and God has given my share'
The deserted village
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'Pride attends us still'- Who's pride is this
Pride of the peasants- The deserted village.
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'Book learned skill'
The deserted village
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'Youth of labour'
The deserted village
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'Heaven commences ere the world be past'
The deserted village
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What two people are described in the deserted village?
The Parson and the School Master
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How is the parson described in the deserted village?
a 'Pious man' The deserted village
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Who does the Parson help in the deserted village ?
'The broken soldier' The deserted village
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'The village all declared how much he knew' - Who is this talking about?
The school master The deserted village
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'The man of wealth and pride,takes up a space that many poor supplied'
Tintern Abbey
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'A garden, and a grave'
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'Poisonous fields'
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'Blazing suns'
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'rattling terrors of the vengeful snake'
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'faithful love'
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What poem did William Wordsworth write?
Tintern Abbey
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'Five years have passed'
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'Wild secluded scene'
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What is the present setting of Tintern Abbey?
'Here, under a dark sycamore' Tintern Abbey
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'My purer mind'
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'Become a living soul'
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'I bounded o;er the mountains'
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Nature is 'an appetite;a feeling and a love'
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'-That time is passed'
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'The anchor of my purest thoughts,the nurse,the guide,the guardian of my heart, and soul of my moral being'
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'Nature never did betray'
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'That after my wanderings,many years of absence...this green pastoral landscape,were to me more dear'
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