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SALTEnglishLitTest7

Preparation for English Let Test on Restoration/18th Century

QuestionAnswer
Wrote A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life William Law
Which Wesley traveled across England for 65 years on horseback holding great revivals? John
Who are the main characters described in A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life? Julius and Miranda
Which preacher was England's most popular, and the most powerful figure in the English revivals? George Whitefield
What treatise most strongly influenced the Evangelical revival in England? A Serious Call to a Devout and Holy Life
Which nonconformist pastor was influenced greatly by Isaac Watts? Philip Doddridge
At which university did the Wesleys form the "Holy Club"? Oxford
Who wrote hymns that were published at the end of his journalistic articles? Joseph Addison
Which movement started out as mocking the group for the regularity of their meetings and orderly manner of conduct? Methodists
Who first preached and then had his congregation sing a hymn that he had composed from the text of his sermon? Philip Doddridge
Who was a great revival leader and the founder of Methodism? John Wesley
Who published the first Baptist hymnal in 1787? John Rippon
Which Wesley wrote many of our greatest hymns? Charles
If a song is written in this meter, it can be sung to the tunes of "Amazing Grace," "O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing," and "Gilligan's Island." common meter
Who was known as the Father of English Hymnody? Isaac Watts
Which hymn, written by Augustus M. Toplady, was repeated over and over by Prince Albert on his death bed? Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me
Who gave up his wicked life at sea to be a preacher and hymn writer? John Newton
What type of poetry is characterized by warmth of expression, a sense of mystery, a delight in wonder, a love for nature, an interest in the past, and a concern for simple country folk? Pre-Romantic
Who is remembered both as a hymn writer and pre-Romantic poet? William Cowper
Which poet led the way from Classicism to Romanticism? Thomas Gray
Who was the mystical poet and artist who presented profound ideas in a simple, childlike way? William Blake
Who acted as William Cowper's spiritual advisor in Olney? John Watts
Which poem by Robert Burns uses an extended apostrophe (words addressed to an inanimate object as if it were a person)? Sweet Afton
Who was considered Scotland's greatest poet? Robert Burns
Stoke Poges, a village in Buckinghamshire, was the inspiration for which poem? Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Who wrote a poem about a sofa that turned into a poem about nature? William Cowper
Which Irish poet, novelist and playwright was encouraged and even rescued from financial ruin by Samuel Johnson? Oliver Goldsmith
Who wrote a short book of poetry to pay for a trip to the West Indies? Robert Burns
From which poem is this classic line pulled: "The best laid schemes o' mice an' men Gang aft a-gley" To a Mouse
Who was willing to die as a martyr over the doctrine of justification by faith? George Whitefield
Which author's work is used as a preface to Robert Burns's "The Cotter's Saturday Night"? Thomas Gray
Who wrote the famous line "God moves in a mysterious way"? William Cowper
Who was educated at Cambridge University and served as spiritual advisor to John and Charles Wesley? William Law
According to Matthew Henry, what is the best time to have your devotions? morning
In Robert Burns's poem "To a Louse," what is the idea of "O wad some Pow'r the giftie gie us To see oursels as others see us!"? hypocrisy
David Garrick said that which preacher could make an audience weep simply by enunciating the word Mesopotamia? George Whitefield
What does "auld lang syne" mean? old times
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