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Question 1: ________'s poem Philomela contains some rhyme but is very free.
Thomas ArnoldPoetryArthur Hugh CloughMatthew Arnold

Question 2: In France, a few pieces in ________'s prose poem collection Illuminations were arranged in manuscript in lines, rather than prose.
Arthur RimbaudTotal Eclipse (film)Georges IzambardLe Bateau ivre

Question 3: Free verse is a form of poetry which refrains from meter patterns, ________, or any other musical pattern.
French poetryMedieval poetryEnglish poetryRhyme

Question 4: ________, who based his verse approach on the Bible, was the major precursor for modern poets writing free verse, though they were reluctant to acknowledge his influence.
American poetryUnited StatesWalt WhitmanRalph Waldo Emerson

Question 5: One form of free verse was written by ________ in a long poem called Jubilate Agno, written sometime between 1759 and 1763 but not published until 1939.
A Song to DavidChristopher Smart's asylum confinementThe HilliadChristopher Smart

Question 6: In 1922 ________ voiced his reservations in the essay 'Humdrum and Harum-Scarum.' Robert Frost later remarked that writing free verse was like "playing tennis without a net".
John MasefieldGerard Manley HopkinsRobert BridgesAlfred Waterhouse

Question 7: ________, Coventry Patmore, and T. E. Brown all wrote examples of unpatterned rhymed verse.
Christina RossettiElizabeth SiddalWilliam Michael RossettiDante Gabriel Rossetti

Question 8: However, in English the sort of cadencing that we now recognize as a variety of free verse can be traced back at least as far as the ________.
Authorized King James VersionGeneva BibleRevised Standard VersionDouay-Rheims Bible







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