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1What is the Duke arranging in “My Last Duchess”?

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2What is the rhyme scheme of “My Last Duchess”?

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3How is Porphyria killed?

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4When is “Porphyria’s Lover” set?

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5What makes “Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister” a soliloquy?

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6Who is the speaker’s primary adversary in “Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister”?

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7In which country did Browning spend a great deal of time (other than England)?

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8What season does the poet describe in “Home-Thoughts from Abroad”?

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9In “The Bishop Orders His Tomb...” where does the Bishop say the lapis for the tomb is hidden?

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10Why is the Bishop so concerned with his tomb?

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11To which well-known family does Fra Lippo Lippi’s patron belong?

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12What kind of art does Fra Lippo Lippi produce?

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13What kind of meter is “A Toccata of Galuppi’s” written in?

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14Which city is described in “A Toccata of Galuppi’s”?

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15Which Shakespeare play inspired “Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came”?

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16What is Roland’s final action?

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17What does the poet find in his walk across the moor in “Memorabilia”?

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18Which late poet has the stranger in “Memorabilia” met?

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19What crime has Andrea del Sarto committed?

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20Which of the following painters is NOT someone to whom Andrea compares himself?

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21What is the Campagna?

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22The tone of the poem “Two in the Campagna” can best be described as:

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23Which preeminent nineteenth-century scientist does Caliban question in his soliloquy?

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24How many stressed syllables does a pentameter line contain?