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Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, you will be introduced to the Romantic era of literature and its key themes.

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10 Questions

Q1.
What is a theme in literature?
Correct answer: A big idea
A language technique
A structural technique
Themes don't exist in literature
Q2.
What key Romantic theme does this symbolise?
An image in a quiz
Correct answer: Childhood
Imagination
Nature
Oppression
Revolution
Q3.
What key Romantic theme does this symbolise?
An image in a quiz
Childhood
Imagination
Correct answer: Nature
Oppression
Revolution
Q4.
What key Romantic theme does this symbolise?
An image in a quiz
Childhood
Imagination
Nature
Correct answer: Oppression
Revolution
Q5.
What key Romantic theme does this symbolise?
An image in a quiz
Childhood
Imagination
Nature
Oppression
Correct answer: Revolution
Q6.
What key Romantic theme does this symbolise?
An image in a quiz
Childhood
Correct answer: Imagination
Nature
Oppression
Revolution
Q7.
Fill in the missing word: oppression is the cruel or unfair treatment of people by those in __________.
control
love
nature
Correct answer: power
Q8.
Which of the following is a form of oppression?
Love of nature
Revolution
Romance
Correct answer: Slavery
Q9.
How did the Romantics view children?
As happy
Correct answer: As innocent
As rude
As small
Q10.
What revolution inspired many Romantic works?
Factory Revolution
Correct answer: Industrial Revolution
Natural Revolution
Romantic Revolution