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#11: Coffeehouses were centers for (A) literary activity (B) political debates © entertainment (D) all of the above.

#11: D

#12: After viewing the London Fire on September 2, 1666, Samuel Pepys (A) mailed a letter to his father (B) left town (C) went back to bed (D) buried his cheese.

#12: C

#13: In John Bunyan's “The Pilgrim's Progress”, the purpose of Help is (A) to send Christian to the Slough of Despond (B) to argue with Christian's motives (C) to tempt Christian into sin (D) to aid Christian.

#13: A

#14: In “Gulliver's Travels”, the Houyhnhnm's conducted society based on (A) reason and logic (B) emotion and sensibility (C) competition and warfare (D) the English system of government.

#14: A

#15: In “An Essay on Criticism” Pope discusses rules for (A) political revolutions (B) social behavior (C) government policy (D) writing poetry.

#15: D

#16: “The Rape of the Lock” (A) is based on American Folklore (B) is about the real theft of a young lady's curl (C) is a serious heroic epic (D) praises the common man.

#16: B

#17: To his poem “Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard”, Thomas Gray (A) condemned poverty (B) praised the aristocracy (C) used free verse (D) criticized the poor.

#17: A

  • British Literature - ,

    I know #12 is incorrect. The question asks what he did after viewing the fire on September 2nd. The answer is 'C' went back to bed. On September 4th, he buried his cheese.

  • British Literature - ,

    the answer to number 13 would be wrong its d.

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