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Test 11 review

Reveiw for Test 11 on Monday 18th

QuestionAnswer
"It's nothing against you to fall down flat, but to lie there- that's disgrace?" is from what story "How Did You Die?"
"Loose me from tears, and make me see aright how each hath back what once he stayed to weep." is from what story. "Tears"
"Tell me not, in mournful numbers, life is but an empty dream?" is from what story? "A Psalm of Life"
"But from the earth, this grave, this dust, my God shall raise me up, I trust!" is from what story? "Even Such Is Time"
"And the Son of God, who had died for men, bending from the stars, put the hand that had been nailed to the cross on bbing life and held on the staunch." is from what story? "If I Live till Sundown"
"I hear the signal, Lord-I understand. The night at they command comes." is from what story? "Evensong"
"And he shakes his feeble head, that it seems as if he said, "They are gone!" is from what story? "The Last Leaf"
Who wrote "Little Women?" Louisa May Alcott
Who wrote "Nothing Gold Can Stay?" Robert Frost
Who wrote "The Pilgrimage?" George Herbert
Who wrote "A Psalm of Life?" Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
In "Even Such Is Time," the speaker trusts he shall be raised up by Whom? God
How high was the boy's temperature in "A Day's Wait?" 102 degrees F
"On the Vanity of Earthly Greatness," speaks of what animals? mastodons and the grizzly bear
Who was constantly by Beth's side in "The Valley of the Shadow?" Jo
What does Beth dof or the school-children who pass her window? She makes mittens, needleworks and scrapbooks
What comforting item does Beth find in the copy of Pilgrim's Progress? a poem written by Jo
In "We Are Seven," how many of the girl's siblings are dead? 2
In "The Interlopers," what did Ulrich and Georg quarrel over? a piece of land
Who was "The Last Leaf" in Oliver Wendall Holmes's poem? an old man (Major Melville)
In "The Interlopers, what were the men pinned under? a fallen tree
At the end of the story, who came to answer the men's cries for help? wolves
Why was sundown important to the soldier? The surgeon said that he would probably survive if he could live until sundown.
What illness did Johnsy have? pneumonia
What was Mr. Behrman's masterpiece? the leaf he painted on the vine
Who died at the end of the story? Mr. Behrman
To what does "The Pilgrimage" compare death? a chair
In "Tears," is life said to be long or short? short
At the end of :Evensong," what kind of attitude does the speaker display? an attitude of acceptance and trust
What does "How Did You Die?" emphasize more, the results of one's actions or the attitude behind those actions? the attitude
Created by: Mrs. Howie