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Henry Newbolt: Quiz

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Question 1: His contemporaries there included ________.
Western Front (World War I)Douglas Haig, 1st Earl HaigHundred Days OffensiveWorld War I

Question 2: The title is taken from a quotation by ________ and means 'the torch of life'[1].
LucretiusEpicureanismPhilodemusCatius

Question 3: Newbolt attended Queen Mary's Grammar School, Walsall, and ________, from where he gained a scholarship to Clifton College, where he was head of the school (1881) and edited the school magazine.
Caistor Grammar SchoolQueen Elizabeth's High SchoolQueen Elizabeth's Grammar School, HorncastleQueen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Alford

Question 4: It refers to how a future soldier learns ________ in cricket matches in the famous Close at Clifton College:
StoicismPlatoAristotleEmpiricism

Question 5: He is best remembered for Vitaï Lampada, a lyrical piece used for propaganda purposes during the ________.
Caucasus CampaignWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideWorld War I

Question 6: Works by Henry Newbolt at ________
Project Gutenberg AustraliaAmazon KindleGoogle BooksProject Gutenberg

Question 7: Sir Henry John Newbolt, CH (6 June 1862 – 19 April 1938) was an English ________.
Lyric poetryPoetryNovelLiterature

Question 8: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Public domainCopyright infringementCopyrightIntellectual property

Question 9: Henry John Newbolt was born in ________, Wolverhampton (then located in Staffordshire, but now in the West Midlands), son of the vicar of St Mary's Church, the Rev.
BirminghamSolihullBilstonDudley

Question 10: After his father's death, the family moved to ________, where Henry was educated.
West BromwichBrownhillsWalsallBloxwich







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