A. It is a dramatic monologue.
B. Like earlier Romantic lyrics, it takes a natural setting as an occasion for philosophical reflection.
C. It has a melancholic tone. D. It envisions Christianity as eternal.
A. Women should wear more makeup in order to attract husbands.
B. Women should make sure to receive an education in order to secure their own futures. C. Women should take pains to remain generous, modest, and capable.
D. Women should be given the right to vote immediately.
A. The poet’s changing relationship to nature as fount of meaning and significance
B. The falsity of human art as opposed to the immediate truth of nature
C. The failure of the poet when a youth to imagine his future
D. The utter rejection of youthful folly in favor of mature rationality
A. Darwin’s work echoed Victorian thought with its emphasis on struggle while disrupting Victorian faith by decentering humans.
B. Darwin’s work was almost universally accepted from its first appearance.
C. Darwin’s work had little initial influence on Victorian society and culture.
D. Almost all religious authorities rejected Darwin’s work completely.