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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-590

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586 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE Had any similar attempt been made by Charles It and with what results On what charge were the seven bishops tried XL-Cngliif iLttrrature What were the effects produced upon English Literature in general in the reign of James Show these effects more specifically by reference to Bacon's Advancement of Learning and his Novum Organon Mention the chief dramatic writers of this and the sue- ceeding reign What minor poets flourished during the same era Mention the more important subjects of their writings Give brief sketch of Milton's life arranging his chief writings under the different periods when they were composed Show by references to his four great poems composed before 1640 the changes which had taken place in his political and his poetical principles Give brief analysis of the monody on Lycidas How was the poet occupied between 1640 and the Restora- tion Mention some of his chief productions during this interval What was the general character of English prose during this time How was it affected by the cultivation of oratory in the pulpit and in Parliament 10 Write down and paraphrase the first aphorism of Bacon's Novum Organon XII -dfrrntj Language an& Literature Translate into French The English are very fond of their fine country they call it "Old England" and Merry England and think it the finest land that the sun shines upon And the Scots are also very proud of their own country with its great lakes and mountains and in the old language of the country they call it "The land
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