Restoration Satire Quiz

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Dryden's "Absalom & Achitophel" alludes to the Biblical

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"Mac Flecknoe" is a/an

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In "Absalom & Achitophel" the character of Achitophel refers to

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"Mac Flecknoe" is a personal satire. It is dedicated

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In Dryden's "Mac Flecknoe" Mac means

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In "Absalom & Achitophel" the Biblical character Saul refers to

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In "Absalom & Achitophel" Dryden attacked

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In what year did the Restoration period begin?

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"All human things are subject to decay And, when fate summons, monarchs must obey" These lines occur in

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Which of the following is called the Father of English criticism?

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The slogan "follow nature" can be applied to

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The age of Dryden is called

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Dryden's Mac Flecknoe has been written in

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During Augustan Age ... came to be regarded as an essential quality of English Literature.

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Neo-Classical Age is also called

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James, the Duke of York was a/an

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In "Absalom & Achitophel" David in Old Testament allegorically refers to

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In this line taken from Dryden's "Mac Flecknoe", 'this aged Prince' refers to

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Which of the following has not been authored by John Dryden

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Each line of a heroic couplet is

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Who was king during the Restoration period?

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