EN 206 Final Study Guide
EN 206 Final Study Guide EN 206
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1. Who does Dickens dedicate Hard Times to? 1. Thomas Carlyle 2. How does Dickens describe Coketown in a 2. red and black buildings look like “the painted simile? face of a savage” 3. How does Dickens describe the chimneys in 3. “interminable serpents” Coketown? 4. What problem does Stephen Blackpool turn to 4. How to get rid of his wife so he can be with Josiah Bounderby for help with? Rachel 5. What is the old shaft that Stephen Blackpool 5. Old Hell falls into? 6. Wealthy member of Coketown who lives based 6.Thomas Gradgrind on a philosophy of rational, no imagination 7. Marries Bounderby out of obligation to her 7. Louisa father 8. Oldest son of Gradgrind, apprentice at 8. Tom Bounderby's bank in Coketown 9. Taken in my Grandgind when her father goes 9. Sissy Jupe missing, serves as a contrast to Louisa 10. Worker in Bounderby’s factory, in love with 10. Stephen Blackpool Rachel though he is already married 11. Who are the two explorers from The Man Who 11. Daniel Dravot and Peachey Carnehan Would be King? 12. Where do the explorers go to make 12. Kariristan themselves kings? 13. Which man tries to marry a Kaﬁri girl, which 13. Dravot leads to the downfall of both Kings? 14. master story teller in Heart of Darkness who is 14. Marlow skeptical of Imperialism 15. Chief of the Inner Station of Heart of Darkness 15. Kurtz 16. Where was Joseph Conrad born? 16. The Ukraine 17. Fascist author who was a big supported of 17. Ezra Pound Mussolini 18. What classical work does Eliot reference in 18. Paradise Lost, John Milton The Waste Lands? 19. The dealer of symbols in The Waste Lands 19. Madame Sosostris 20. what group does Virginia Wolfe belong to? 20. Bloomsbury group of artist 21. In Mrs. Dalloway, what weekend event does 21. the weekend at Bourton Clarrisa real? 22Veteran of war that returns with shell shock 22. Septimus Warren Smith 23. Main character of Mrs. Dalloway 23. Clarrisa Dalloway 24. What year was Joyce’s Ulysses published? 24. 1922 25. What year was Pound’s In A Station of the 25. 1913 Metro published? 26. What year was Elliott’s The Waste Land 26. 1922 published 27. What year was Yeats published? 27.1916 28. What is Joyce’s The Dead about? 28. a story about Irelands tradition past and the merger with the coming modernization 29. Who is the main character in The Dead? 29. Gabriel, a modern cosmopolitan man 30. How does WH Alden deﬁne poetry? 30. “memorable Speech” 31. Where does Phillip Larkin work? 31. Hull University as a librarian 32. Characteristics of Larkin’s work 32. Disillusioned, wry, ﬂippant tone
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