Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is...
An anonymous alliterative verse.
A romantic poem.
Divided into 5 fits.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight (fit 1) is named...
The three temptations.
The rite of passage.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight is settled in...
New Year's Day
New Year's Eve
In the Fit 1...
The Green Knight arrives to the court and firstly challenges Sir Gawain.
The Green Knights proposes a Christmas Game.
Sir Gawain kills the Green Knight.
In the Christmas Game....
The Green Knight would be hit by his own axe, and in exchange, he would do the same in Autumm
The Green Knight would be hit by his own axe and, in exchange, he would do the same after a year and a day.
The Green Knight would kill the King Arthur if he wins.
The Fit 2 is named....
The Three temptations.
In this fit, Sir Gawain...
prepares himself to go in search of the Green Knight.
meets Bertilak and his wife.
Bertilak proposes Sir Gawain...
a deal in which he would die if he does not accomplish his part.
a deal with one condition: he must stay at home while he is hunting.
a deal with one condition: when Bertilak went out to hunt and Sir Gawain stayed at home, they will have to share their achievements of the day.
The Fit 3 is named:
The three temptations.
The Death of Sir Gawain.
The first day in the Bertilak's castle...
Bertilak's wife sleeps with Sir Gawain.
Bertilak's wife steals a kiss from Sir Gawain.
Bertilak's wife proposes Sir Gawain to escape with him.
In the third day in the castle...
Bertilak's wife sleeps with Sir Gawain.
Bertilak's wife offers Sir Gawain a love token.
Bertilak's wife gives Sir Gawain a glove.
Bertilak's wife gives Sir Gawain a ring.
Bertilaks wife steals 3 kisses from Sir Gawain.
Bertilak's wife gives Sir Gawain a girdle.
In the Fit 4...
New Year's Eve arrives.
New Year's Day arrives.
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight meet up.
The girdle is...
supposed to protect him.
Blue and white.
Green and guilded.
When Sir Gawain and the Green Knight met...
The Green Knight strikes Sir Gawain' s neck thrice.
The Green Knight tries to strike Sir Gawain's neck thrice.
The Green Knight kills Sir Gawain in the third attempt.
The Green Knight makes a superficial cut in Gawain's neck.
The Green Knight's real identity is...
The Green Knight shed blood in Gawain's neck in the third day because...
He slept with Bertilak's wife.
He didn't accomplish his part of the deal.
He didn't accomplish his part of the deal in the third day.
Astrophil and Stella is written by....
Astrophil and Stella was composed in...
Astrophil and Stella is a sonnet sequence composed by...
In the sonnet 1...
Astrophil explains his motivation for composing the sonnet sequence.
Astrophil hints that Stella is in love with him.
Astrophil describes how easy is writing for him.
The author finds inspiration in...
his own pain.
other poet's works.
In the sonnet, there is a conflict between...
passion and reason.
Astrophil and Stella.
Astrophil and Stella's father.
the second poem to analyse is...
The sonnet 2.
The sonnet 20.
The sonnet 8.
The sonnet 11.
In this sonnet, there is a mention to the classical tradition with the appearance of...
Cupid travels to Astrophil's side because...
the hearts of the British people were soft, unlike the Turkish's ones.
he was bored in Grece.
Cupide felt cold in the new climate and sought a warm place to be near.
Astrophil describes his love for Stella as a force of nature because...
Is natural to be in love with such a beautiful woman.
He has no control over Cupid's actions.
It is so devastating as a hurricane.
The Metaphysical Poetry belongs to the
Reacting against the deliberately smooth and sweet tones of much 16th C. verse, the metaphysical poets adopted...
a style full of wit and puns of words.
a style that is energic, uneven and rigorous.
a style which mainly abroaded classical themes.
________, who mainly wrote direct poems, sometimes used common language, is one of the most acclaimed representatives of this particular literary movement.
Batter my heart consists on...
The 1st stanza starts with....
In the second stanza, Donne progresses to....
the original sin.
sins that he wanted to commit, but he didn't.
sins that he has brought others to.
FInally, the poem concludes with...
the sin of fear.
The sin of lust.
The sin of anger.
The use of words such as 'done', or 'more', adds useful information about the poem.
Batter my Heart
belongs the the collection 'Holly Sonnets'
was written around 1618.
is a single poem, not included in any collection.
Batter my heart represents...
a quarrel with his wife.
his conflict between secular and religious love.
the image of God as his saver.
The poetic voice begins...
admiting to love God.
asking God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost to enter agressively and violently his heart.
saying that he would like to be imprisoned by God.
In the first part of the sonnet,
the poetic voice personifies God.
The poet compares himself with a captured town.
The poet states that he believe in God's goodness.
In the second part of the poem...
the poet admits to be sick of Gos's word, contradicting all he said previously.
the poet admits to love God and wants God to love him in return.
the poet expresses to be tied to God's enemy: reason (Satan)
Finally, through the use of double meanings, he paradoxically states that...
he wants to be metaphorically imprisoned by God.
he wants to be freed by God.
Macbeth belongs to...
Early Modern theatre.
the longest comedy written by Shakespeare.
the longest tragedy written by Shakespeare.
the shortest comedy written by Shakespeare.
the shortest tragedy written by Shakespeare.
tells the story of an Irish soldier who comes back from war and becomes king.
tells the story of an English poet who is obligued to go on war.
tells the story of a Scottish general who becomes king.
Macbeth mainly represents...
the comical story of a corrupted general who wants to rule the world.
the tragic fate of a good character corrupted by ambition.
how power rules daily life.
In Macbeth's personality,
we cannot see any evolution.
we can see a marked evolution.
'Her ayes are open but her sense is shut' represents metaphorical darkness.
washes her face in order to purify her sins.
rubs her hands as an act of purification.
Oroonoko is published in...
Her author, Aphra Behn, is presumably the first English woman who earns her living by her pen. That's why...
she was beloved by anybody.
she was proclaimed a Laureate Poet.
she was accused of being a whore.
Oroonoko is a story of...
The idea of 'noble savage', appearing through the novella, means...
an individual unexposed to the corrupted influenzes of civilization.
a savage who is offered lands and slaves, which are accepted at the end of the novel.
a person who is so savage as noble.
The novella is narrated by a masculine voice.
There is a conflict between...
the self and the other.
the rich and the poor.
the coloniser and the colonised.
women and men.
white and black.
the English and the native language.
civilization and brutality.
Oroonoko is portrayed as...
a current negroe.
a special negroe.
'A modest proposal, for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland from being a burden for their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the public' is published in...
'A modest proposal, for preventing the children of poor people in Ireland from being a burden for their parents or country, and for making them beneficial to the public' is considered by some...
an insult to the society.
The targets of criticism of the novel are...
English colonization of Scotland.
English exploitation of Ireland.
Benevolent humanitarism and social projectors.
Irish landlord, in particular Irish Catholics.
Ode on a Grecian Urn is from...
The 19th Century.
The Romantic period.
The victorian period.
The 20th Century.
In the first stanza...
the poet describes a landscape.
the poet describes an urn.
the poet realizes that he is immortal.
The urn is presented as...
a magical object.
an unravished bride.
the last feature of civilization in nature.
The poet loves the melodies he is listening to.
A strong idea of the poem is that art changes through time.
The poet thinks that the best part of being in love is...
respect, earned through the pass of time.
hook up your lover with you.
In the poem, there is an abruptly change when....
the urn breaks down.
appears an animal sacrifice in the urn.
the poet's lover appears.
Kubla Khan is written by...
This poem is settled in...
a natural heaven on earth.
the Garden of Heaven.
Kubla Kahn is...
a Chinese militar.
a Mongol leader.
Coleridge was known to be addicted to
It is said that...
Coleridge composed this poem when he woke up from an opium dream.
Coleridge composed this poem in a dream, which was interrupted by a business man.
Coleridge composed this poem in a dream, and he tried to write it when he woke up.
Jane Eyre was written by...
the Bronte Sisters.