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What new title does Macbeth receive early in Act one?

Thane of Cawdor

2

Lady Macbeth calls on supernatural powers to

Unsex me here

3

What does lady Macbeth say she would do with her child if she had to?

Dash its brains out

4

What is going on at Macbeth's Castle while the murders are killing Banquo?

A feast

5

What does the first apparition tell Macbeth?

Beware Macduff

6

What does the second apparition tell Macbeth?

None of women born shall harm Macbeth

7

What does the third apparition tell Macbeth?

That he will fall when Birnam wood comes to Dunsinane

8

What is the best vision that the witches show Macbeth?

Procession of eight kings

9

What happens to lady Macduff?

She is killed

10

What does Lady Macbeth's gentlewomen tell the doctor she see's every night?

Lady Macbeth sleep walking

11

What motion does Lady Macbeth go through as the doctor and the gentlewomen watch?

Washing her hands

12

Who becomes the kind of scotland at the end of the play?

Malcolm

13

"stars hide your fires/let hot light see my black and deep desires."

-Imagery

-Macbeth

14

"This castle hath a pleasant seat; the air/nimbly and sweetly recommends itself..."

-Irony

-Duncan

15

"...why do you dress me/in borrowed robes?"

-Imagery

-Macbeth

16

"will all great Neptune's Ocean wash this blood/clean from my hand? NO, this my hand will rather/the multitudinous seas incarnadine./ making the green one red."

-Allusion

-Macbeth

17

"Here's the smell of the blood still. All the perfumes/of Arabia will not sweeten this little hand..."

-Imagery

-Lady Macbeth

18

"Now does he feel his title/hang loose about him, like a giant's robe/upon a dwarfish theif."

-Imagery

-Macduff

19

"Fair is foul and foul is fair"

-Paradox

-Witches

20

"Come, seeking night/scarf up the tender eye of pitiful day,/and with thy bloody and invisible hand i cancel and tear to pieces that great bond/which keeps me pale."

-Imagery

-Macbeth

21

"Double, double toil and trouble/fire burn and cauldron bubble."

-Witches

22

"Tis safer to be that which we destroy/than by destruction dwell in doubtful joy."

-Lady Macbeth

23

"It will have blood, they say; blood will have blood."

-Macbeth

24

I smeared the faces of Duncan's guards with blood

Lady Macbeth

25

I killed Duncan

Macbeth

26

At the beginning of the drama, i am king of Scotland

Duncan

27

The tragic flaw in my character is ambition

Macbeth

28

I killed the bloody grooms.

Macbeth

29

In order to conceal their number's, i ordered my soldiers to bear before them boughs.

Malcolm

30

I went to England to join forces with Malcolm

Macduff

31

I convinced the 2 murderers that Banquo was their enemy as well as mine.

Macbeth

32

My father named me prince of cumberland.

Malcolm

33

I commit suicide

Lady Macbeth

34

I killed Macbeth

Macduff

35

According to Utopia, a king can lose his majesty by

Treating his subjects badly

36

Which idea does Utopia communicate with the rhetorical question "where will you find more quarreling than among beggars."

Making people poor destroys peace in a kingdom

37

From Elizabeth's speech, you can draw the conclusion that she believes she owes her life and honor first to

God

38

Elizabeth goes among her soldiers as they prepare for battle to

Show her desire to protect her realm

39

In her speech, Elizabeth says she does not appear, "for my recreation". This author of Utopia would agree with this statement because he believes that

Rulers should avoid pleasures when people suffer

40

In the Prince, the author believes that when rulers ignore reality, what ought to be done, they

Bring about their own ruin

41

In the Prince, what perspective does the author reveal about people when he describes the qualities and vices found in a prince?

No one has only good qualities so vice must be accepted.

42

In the Prince, the author argues that fear of punishment controls people better than love. The author is using this statement to support the claim that

It is safer for a prince to be feared than loved.

43

In the Prince, what does the author say a prince should always avoid doing to his people?

Taking away their property

44

The scriptural writing in Ecclesiastes follows the rulers of a maxim by

Describing truths about life

45

What guidance is the maxim in Ecclesiastes most likely trying to give?

Experiencing both good and bad in life is natural

46

The descriptions of green pastures and still waters in psalm 23 help you make the inference that

The lord will take care of the speaker

47

The rod and the staff mentioned in Psalm 23 most likely brings comfort to the speaker because they are

tools a shepherd uses to herd his sheep

48

Ecclesiastes is different from Psalm 23 because

Psalm 23 describes the Lord

49

Which message can you infer that the Parable of the Prodigal son is communicating when the younger son is hungry enough to eat the swine's food?

Doing wrong results in pain and misery

50

The father runs to embrace his sinful son at the end of the Parable of the Prodigal Son. This allegorical event stands for the abstract idea of

Forgiveness

51

The older son in the Parable of the Prodigal Son argues that he deserves a feast by

Saying he has always obeyed his father

52

What does the father in the Parable of the Prodigal Son say is the proper emotional response when someone who was lost is found?

Gladness

53

From the feast in the Parable of the Prodigal Son you can make the inference that you should

Accept sinners who are sorry

54

The message in Eccclesiates and the Parable of the Prodigal Son are similar because each

Describes changes that people go through during their lifetimes.

55

In "How Soon Hath Time", Milton feels time has stolen his opportunity to

Achieve much during his youth

56

What truth does Milton's youthful appearance hide in "How Soon Hath Time?"

He is close to full manhood

57

What stage of life has the speaker reached in "How Soon Hath Time?"

Young Adulthood

58

Clarify lines 3-4 of "How Soon Hath Time" in modern words. "My hasting days...blossom snow'h"

I age quickly but do not look old

59

Milton uses figurative language in line 1 of "When I Consider How My Light is Spent" too convey his sad emotions about

Being blind

60

What does Milton compare to day-labor in the figurative language in line 7 of "When I Consider How my Light is Spent?"

Using his writing talent

61

What belief does Milton convey in "When I Consider How my Light is Spent" by using figurative language that compares his blindness to a yoke that farm animals wear when they pull loads?

His new purpose is to bear blindness

62

"When I Consider How my Light is Spent" what do the thousands of angels do and why?

Rush around the world at God's command

63

What is a way to serve God that Milton can fulfill in "When I Consider How my Light is Spent?"

Standing still and waiting

64

What aspect of Milton's life do both poems address?

Talent

65

In Paradise Lost, Reread 25-26. "I may assert...of God to men." The speaker is saying that this poem will

Explain the workings of God to humans

66

What does the speaker say motivates Satan to go to war with God to conquer Heaven?

Pride

67

Satan suggests that he and Beelzebub travel to the "dreamy plain" so they can

Bring all the rebels angels together

68

The speaker argues that God allows Satan to exist in order to

Show how God will change evil into good

69

What allusion most helps the author describes the fiery conditions in hell?

Mount Etna

70

Which excerpt shows Satan's arrogance and confidence in himself?

"A mind not to be changed by place or time"

71

Satan claims the one benefit of being in Hell is to be sure of

Ruling instead of serving

72

In Pilgrim's Progress, who are the creators of the first Vanity Fair

Beelzebub and other demons

73

The author emphasizes that the town of Vanity is an allegory that stands for the real world by naming its streets after

Nationalities

74

The author's purpose in describing the blessed one's leaving the fair without buying anything is most likely to

Give an example of how to avoid temptation

75

What moral message does Bunyan convey when a chariot takes the allegorical character Faithful to the celestial city?

Faithful people are rewarded and valued in the celestial city

76

According to Of Studies, where do studies serve as an ornament

Conversation

77

What does the author call those men who use their studies

Wise

78

In his essay Of Studies, Bacon uses the aphorism about how to read books to explain the

Way to approach books of differing importance

79

In the aphorism about the ways to read books in the essay Of Studies, the author caopares reading to

Eating food

80

You can tell that Bacon believes that reading is an important part of self development when he directs you to

read to weight and consider

81

Why might people today disagree with Bacons opinion in Of Studies that reading make the a full man?"

People today have many sources of information other than books

82

Bacon says in Of Studies that mathematic can help someone whose mind wanders because

Solving mathematic problems requires a focused mind

83

Of Marriage and Single Life, which type of people should have the greatest interest in the future?

People with children

84

Shows the selfishness of single men when he explains that

Most are fugitives

85

What skill does marriage teach a man, according to Of Marriage and Single Life?

Tenderness

86

Of Studies and Of Marriage and Single Life are similar because each

Emphasizes the importance of education

87

Bacon's aphorism charity in Of Marriage and Single Life

Give away money rather than supporting a family

88

Of Studies and Of Marriage and Single Life are similar because each focuses on

How a man may understand himself

89

The Rape of the Lock, The beginning of Canto 3 describes Hampton as the scene of

Nasty gossip

90

According to the narrator, what is Hampton Court?

A social gathering place for high society

91

The rhyme in the heroic couplet in lines 13-14("one speaks the...Indian Screen") is humorous because it

Makes the queen as important as a screen

92

"Belinda now, whom thirst...with conquests yet to com..." These lines explain that Belinda longs to

Beat two men at cards

93

Reread the elevated language in lines 59-60 " for lo!...and the mill turns round" What does the description of the items help you visualize?

The table set with cups and spoons

94

Belinda shouts in lines 53-54 because she is

Excited that she has won the card game

95

What other than desire causes the Baron to cut the lock?

Coffee vapors

96

Why does Ariel retire?

He sees the Belinda loves a human

97

Supernatural beings interfere in human activities in the mock epic when

Sprites blow back Belinda's hair

98

Reread lines 101-102, the peer now...;to divide." which statement best paraphrases the elevated language?

The Baron opens and closes scissors on the hair

99

Which phrase best describes Belinda's reaction to the Baron's action?

Vengeful fury

100

The poem uses exaggeration for comic effect when Belinda threatens the Baron with

A hairpin

101

What does the speaker compare the lock of hair to in line 185-188?

A sudden star

102

How can you tell that the Baron has romantic feelings for Belinda?

He hopes to burn olive in cupid's flame

103

A modest proposal, what does the author say is the occupation most Irish mothers?

Begging

104

One way that the author supports his proposition is by noting that using poor Irish children in this manner will result in an increase in

Married couplets

105

The author tries to persuade the rich to accept his idea by describing the

Money the landlords will make

106

Why does Swift refuse to consider young boys as a replacement for version?

Their meat is too tough

107

How does Swift explain that his plan will help landlords?

Tenants will now have something valuable

108

Swift's refusal to listen to other, rational ideas shows that

Other ideas have been ignored and the problem is now of vital importance

109

Candide, you can tell that Candide likes Miss Cunegune because he

Falters when talking to her

110

Why does Candida consider Pangloss the greatest philosopher in the whole world?

The province is Candide's world and pangloss is the greatest philosopher of the province

111

Which conclusion can you draw about the Baron based on his treatment of Candide?

He is authoritarian and can be cruel

112

The men in blue ask Candide to join them for a drink to

Trick him into becoming a soldier

113

The first indication of the soldier's plan for Candide is their

Question about his size

114

You can draw the conclusion that Candide is innocent of the world when he

Accepts money and drinks from soldiers

115

What does his Bulgarian Majesty do when he meets Candide

He rescues Candide from his fate

116

Voltaire exaggerates the military's use of force when

The regiment of two thousand men line up to form the gauntlet