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Question 1: Philosophus Autodidactus by ________ (12th century)
AvicennismEarly Islamic philosophyAverroesIbn Tufail

Question 2: An example of didactic writing may be found in ________'s An Essay on Criticism (published 1711), which offers a range of advice about critics and criticism.
The DunciadJohn MiltonPoetryAlexander Pope

Question 3: ________ (1480s)
The Morall Fabillis of Esope the PhrygianThe Taill of the Uponlandis Mous and the Burges MousRobert HenrysonThe Taill of Schir Chanticleir and the Foxe

Question 4: Didacticism is an artistic philosophy that emphasizes instructional and informative qualities in literature and other types of ________.

Question 5: Works and Days, by ________ (700 BCE)
DemosthenesHesiodAncient GreeceHomer

Question 6: Some have suggested that nearly all of the best ________ is didactic.
NovelPoetryLiteratureLyric poetry

Question 7: ________, by Ovid (1 BC)
Elegiac coupletAugustusArs AmatoriaLatin

Question 8: ________, by Ayn Rand (1957)
Bibliography for Ayn Rand and ObjectivismObjectivist movementObjectivism (Ayn Rand)Atlas Shrugged

Question 9: A good example of didactism in music is the chant Ut queant laxis, which was used by Guido of Arezzo to teach ________ syllables.
SolfègeE (musical note)B (musical note)A (musical note)

Question 10: Contrarily, ________ called didacticism the worst of "heresies" in his essay The Poetic Principle (before 1850).
William BlakeJohann Wolfgang von GoetheEdgar Allan PoeE. T. A. Hoffmann


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