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Unrequited love: Quiz


Question 1: This chivalrous ideal is both lampooned and glorified in ________.
Miguel de CervantesUnited KingdomDon QuixoteSpain

Question 2: ________ : "I Can't Make You Love Me"
Bonnie RaittBonnie Raitt discographyJackson BrowneJames Taylor

Question 3: In this, as in the literary tradition of ________ (which was, at least by convention, regularly adulterous, but not typically brought to physical consummation), the longing for the beloved spurs the lover towards physical, moral and/or spiritual perfection.
Romance (love)Chemical basis for loveCourtly loveStorge

Question 4: Charles Dickens' novel ________
The Old Curiosity ShopThe Pickwick PapersA Tale of Two CitiesGreat Expectations

Question 5: ________'s novel The Great Gatsby
Zelda FitzgeraldThe Ice PalaceF. Scott FitzgeraldTender Is the Night

Question 6: A universal feeling, by some estimates affecting 98% of all people during their lifetimes,[1] unrequited love has naturally been a frequent subject in ________.
Popular culture studiesWestern culturePopular cultureGlobalization

Question 7: ________ wrote a poem inspired by his life-long unrequited love for his best friend Moses Jackson:
PoetryAlfred Edward HousmanEnglandA Shropshire Lad

Question 8: The Moody Blues: "________"
Hiroshima (song)Fading ShadesNights in White SatinSuch a Shame

Question 9: Nonetheless, the literary record suggests a degree of euphoria in the ________ associated with unrequited love, which has the advantage as well of carrying none of the responsibilities of mutual relationships.
CompersionCasual relationshipJealousyLimerence

Question 10: ________' poem "Anna, Thy Charms" catches it succinctly:
Samuel Taylor ColeridgeGeorge Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronRobert BurnsMary Shelley

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