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FLASHCARDS IN THE CANTERBURY TALES DECK (23):

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Geoffrey Chaucer is……of the ….century. His masterpiece is …….

one of the greatest English poets ,


14th.
The Canterbury Tales

2
In Three Young Men, Death and a Bag of Gold, the young men think they can
kill Death because…..

they are a little drunk

3
The social background of Middle English Literature is …

England was invaded and occupied by the Normans, who came from
Normandy, France

4
From 1066 to 1485 is the period of …

Middle English

5
The period of Middle English begins with…

The Norman invasion of 1066 and the subsequent conquest of the whole of
England

6
From 1066 until the 14th century, … largely replaced English in
ordinary literary composition.

French

7
Geoffrey Chaucer is … of the … century. His masterpiece is…

One of the greatest English poets


-14th
-The Canterbury Tales

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Geoffrey Chaucer was greatly influenced by …

Renaissance

9
The genres of the tales in The Canterbury Tales are

Moral stories/ stories in verse

10
Geoffrey Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales.....

in the 14th century in Middle English.

11
9. The Canterbury Tales is a collection of … stories told by … on their way to
… which is the … of English catholics.

24 - a group of characters who are pilgrims - visit the shrine of Canterbury


Cathedral - Holyland

12
The work of The Canterbury Tales is incomplete because

Chaucer died.

13
The theme of Three young men, death and a bag of gold is…

Greed for wealth is the root of all evils

14
The greatest contribution that The Canterbury Tales made to English literature
was in popularising the literary use of …

English rather than French or Latin

15
The historical event about England reflected in Three young men, death and a
bag of gold is …

The plague. During 14th century, 3 epidemics attacked England and killed
nearly half population of England

16
The moral from Three young men, death and a bag of gold is …

Not to be over greedy, to keep the friendship, loyalty and promises

17
*The contrast in Three young men, death and a bag of gold is… It is to
emphasize…

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Before and after finding the bag of gold - the destructive power of the gold
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In The Canterbury Tales, the pilgrims represent

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all the social levels of the hierarchical order of medieval society.(not sure)
The pilgrims represent a diverse cross section of fourteenth-century English
society ( all the classes in society, cover all the aspects of the society)

19
In The three young men, death and a bag of gold, after finding the gold, the
men decide that they carry it home by night because…

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They are afraid that people can see them and think they stole the gold

20
Analyze the avarice( tính hám lợi) and the evil in Three young men, death and
a bag of gold

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Greed for wealth: the change of the three young men before and after finding
a bag of gold
The evil: they kill each other

21
The three young men see the funeral of their friends when they

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are at an inn/ are making merry over a bottle of wine


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The old man is possibly .....because he traps the men to finding the gold
which kills them

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the death

Hamlet:

1
Shakespear’s comedies depict….

the endearing(=lovable) as well as the ridiculous sides of human nature

2
In Hamlet, Claudius sends Hamlet to England pretending…..

for the prince’s safety

(but in fact Hamlet is escorted by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern carrying


Claudius’ letter requiring Hamlet to be executed on his arrival)

3
3. The fact that Hamlet struggles with his doubts about whether he can trust
the ghost and whether killing Claudius is the appropriate thing to do is
the….conflict

internal

4
Renaissance is ............

a culture movement that began in Italy.


5
The Renaissance revived the great values of ......

the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations that had long been lost to Europe.

6
The spirit of Renaissance was

humanism.

7
The Renaissance was a “rebirth” of certain classical ideas which refer to

the values/achievement of ancient Greek and Roman civilizations that had


long been lost to Europe.

8
The cultural values that Renaissance revived from

certain classical ideas that had been long lost to Europe/ ancient Greek and
Roman civilization.

9
Renaissance is a cultural movement that began in Italy in

14th century and spread to the rest of Europe by 16th century.

10
William Shakespeare was.....

born in 1564 and died in 1616.

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Shakespeare’s great tragedies look deeply into ......

the springs of action in the human soul.

12
Shakespeare’s.....has perpetuated his greatness.

compassionate

13
Shakespeare’s comedies depict......

the endearing as well as the ridiculous sides of human nature.

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Shakespeare’s last plays are called

dramatic romances

15
Shakespeare’s greatness lies in.......

his compassionate understanding of human.

16
In Hamlet, Shakespeare depicts the hero’s struggle with two opposing forces:

moral integrity and the need to avenge his father’s murder.

17
Background of Soliloquy One:

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After the ghost told Hamlet the truth and told him what to do and the ghost
disappeared, Hamlet is alone on the battlements in the castle and makes the
soliloquy.

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What makes Hamlet sure that Claudius killed his father is

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Claudius’s reaction to the staged murder by leaving in the middle of the


performance and Hamlet’s overhearing on Claudius’s plea forgiveness for
killing his brother and marrying his wife.

19
In Hamlet, Claudius sends Hamlet to England pretending for

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protecting Hamlet from being brought into the court.

20
The fact that Hamlet struggles with his doubts about whether he can trust the
ghost and whether killing Claudius is the appropriate thing to do is......

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the Internal Conflict.

21
In Hamlet, Claudius murders king Hamlet by......

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pouring poison into his ear while he is napping.


22
Brief explain the Moral Integrity in Hamlet:

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Moral Integrity refers to the fact that Hamlet faces a difficult situation in which
he has to realize his father’s commandment as the same time be a moral son
and nephew.

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Brief explain the Moral Corruption in Hamlet:

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Moral Corruption refers to the fact that Claudius kills his brother to take his
crown and marries his wife. The queen marries her husband’s brother in less
than 2 months after her husband’s death.

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Hamlet pretends to be mad because .........

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he wants to uncover the truth about his father's death and what happened ( he
wants to disguise his felling and enable him to observe the interactions in the
castle)

25
In Hamlet, Polonius is killed by....

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Hamlet when Hamlet is having a talk to the queen.


26
In Hamlet, Claudius attempts to get rid of Hamlet by ..

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sending Hamlet to England to be killed by English and arranging a fencing


match between Hamlet and Laertes.

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In Hamlet, Yorick’s Skull symbolizes....

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the inevitable disintegration of human body.

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In Hamlet, the ghost requires Hamlet to .....

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take revenge for his death and spare the Queen.

29
Explain these two lines
That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain;
At least, I am sure, it may be so in Denmark

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Hamlet exclaims disappointedly that his uncle is really a damned villain


although he seems to be a very polite by smiling all the time. Moreover,
Hamlet thinks that the Denmark are also villian. This refers that Hamlet is in
his complete pessimism.
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A paraphrases of :
O all you host of heaven! O earth! what else?
And shall I couple hell? O, fie! — Hold, my heart;
And you, my sinews, grow not instant old,
But bear me stiffly up. — Remember thee!

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Paraphrase: ah, all you up in heaven! And earth! What else? Shall I include
hell as well? Damn it! Keep beating, my heart, and muscles, don’t grow old
yet- keep me standing. Remember you !

31
Identify and analyze the literary technique used in:
And shall I couple hell? O, fie! — Hold, my heart;
And you, my sinews, grow not instant old,

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Literary technique: “heart, sinew” apostrophe because Hamlet talks to his


heart, his sinews as if they were humans.

32
Paraphrase the following lines from Hamlet’s soliloquy:
That one may smile, and smile, and be a villain;
At least, I am sure, it may be so in Denmark

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where’s my notebook? - it’s a good idea for me to write down that one can
smile and smile, and be a villain. At least it’s possible in Denmark.

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A paraphrase of
Yea, from the table of my memory
I'll wipe away all trivial fond records,
All saws of books, all forms, all pressures past,
That youth and observation copied there;
From Hamlet is

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Yes, I’ll wipe my mind clean of all trivials facts and memories and preserve
only your commandment there.
Hamlet promises to himself that he will forget all the trivial fond records of the
past, all the good things he had been learnt from the books and other people,
especially from his youth because all these things are different from what he is
suffering now. And from now, he just memorised what the ghost says

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The literary techniques of the underlined in
O all you host of heaven! O earth! what else?
And shall I couple hell? O, fie! — Hold, my heart;

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Are: - host of heaven: metaphor because the writer compare host of heaven
with the God without using “as, like”.
- O:
+ exclamatory word
+ Onomatopoeia because it is an imitation of the sound made by people who
are shocked and exclaim.
- “ heart”:Apostrophe because Hamlet talks to his heart.

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Hamlet’s tragedies look deeply into.......

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the springs of action in the human soul.


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Why does Hamlet hesitate to kill Claudius?

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Because he wants to have more time to find evidence. Moreover, it’s not easy
for him to kill his uncle and to hurt his mother’s feeling

37
Why was Hamlet doubtful?

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It’s just the Ghost’s story


FLASHCARDS IN ROBINSON CRUSOE DECK (26):

1
In Robin Crusoe the victim (Friday) shows his gratitude for saving his life by
….

kneeling down every ten or twelve steps in token of acknowledgement

2
One of the writers of Enlightenment you have learnt is…

Daniel Defoe

3
Daniel Defoe is considered as one of …

The founders of English novel/ the earliest practitioners of the novel helping
popularize the genre in Britain and even one of the founders of English novel

4
The novel Robinson Crusoe is regarded as…

One of the first novels in English

5
*Robinson Crusoe is a novel of isolation because…

it is about a sea-man who get stranded (mắc kẹt) on a deserted island for 28
years

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Robinson Crusoe was written by...in...during the cultural movement of…

Daniel Defoe - 1719 - Enlightenment

7
Robinson Crusoe embodies the spirit of the age of enlightenment through…

The character of Robinson Crusoe who is adventurous, enterprising and


reason-controlled

8
One of the symbols of Robinson Crusoe is Crusoe’s Bower, which
symbolizes…

The changes in Robinson’s attitude towards his life on the desert island

9
Robinson Crusoe stayed on the deserted island for…

28 years, 2 months and 17 days

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*Self-awareness in Robinson Crusoe refers to the fact that…
Robinson is always conscious of himself and his situation. For example, he
keeps a journal of his daily activities, he grows rice, corn...

11
Crusoe suffers a storm at sea near Yarmouth, foreshadowing…

His shipwreck years later

12
Robinson’s first… trip is financially successful, so he plans another, leaving
his early profits in the care of a friendly…

Trading- widow

13
In Robinson Crusoe, Crusoe gets married after he...and before he…

Donates a portion to the widow and his sister


- revisits his island and Brazil

14
“I set my gun at the foot of my ladder”. The literary technique of the underlined
is… because…

Metaphor- the writer compares the function of the foot of a human with the
function of the bottom part of the ladder without using “like” or ”as”

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The literary technique used in “ he stood trembling, as if he had been taken
prisoner” is … because…

Simile- the writer compares the victim “ stood trembling” with the fact that he
had been taken prisoner using “ as if ”

16
The literary technique used in “ i lay still in my castle”, “ i made nothing of it”

“castle” ( the specific) referring to “home” (the general) is a case of


synecdoche

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*The Ambivalence of Mastery in Robinson Crusoe refers to…

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Robinson’ mastery over all the hardships which is positive, over his fellows
which is negative ( not sure)

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*Analyze the Ambivalence(sự mâu thuẫn) of Mastery in Robinson Crusoe

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the conflict in Robinson’s mind as to contacting human beings

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Robinson Crusoe established himself as a plantation owner in Brazil during
his... trading voyage.

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Second

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In Robinson Crusoe, the victim (Friday) shows his gratitude for saving his life
by…

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Swearing to be Robinson’s slave forever

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In Robinson Crusoe, Friday is killed when …

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Some savages( kẻ man rợ, hoang dã ) attack the ship on the way to Brazil

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In Getting a human companion, the pursuers are … and the pursued is…

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Cannibals- Friday

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In Getting a human companion, the first thing Robinson does when he gets to
the beach to rescue the victim is …

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Saying “hello” to the victim to attract his attention

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The … Robinson finds on the beach one day is the symbol of…

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Footprint- the conflict in Robinson’s mind as to contacting human beings

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Robinson Crusoe called a fictional autobiology because....
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it is not the adventure of Daniel Defoe

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One of the symbols of Robinson Crusoe is Bower, which symbolizes
the...........

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changes in Robinson’s attitude towards his life on the island


FLASHCARDS IN GULLIVER’S TRAVELS DECK (25):

1
Some similarities between Gulliver’s travels and Robinson Crusoe are

+ they are adventurous


+ they are practical-minded and reason-controlled
+ they rarely show any deep emotion
+ they are the first narrators
+Both works were written in the age of Enlightenment

2
Jonathan Swift is considered …

One of the greatest masters of English prose and one of the most
impassioned satirists of human folly and pertension

3
Lemuel Gulliver is …

A practical-minded Englishman trained as a surgeon who takes to the seas


when his business fails

4
Setting of the excerpt

Time: after staying for sometime in the country of Lilliput, Gulliver gained so
far on the emperor and his court with his gentleness and good behavior
Place: in the court of Lilliput

5
As a form of fiction, Gulliver’s travels is … and its literary genre is …

The greatest satire by the greatest prose satirist in the English language -
satire

6
What is the message of Gulliver’s travels ?

The fact that Gulliver simply secedes(rút ra khỏi) from human society upon the
conclusion of the story implies that there is plainly no hope for human society
and that human nature is so corrupt and malevolent (hiểm ác ) that there is no
possibility of reformation (sự cải cách)

7
After staying in England with his wife and family for … , Gulliver undertakes
his … sea voyage which takes him to Brobdingnag.

Two months - next ( second)

8
By the war between Lilliput and Blefuscu, Jonathan Swift satirizes …

That the two neighboring empires of Lilliput and Blefuscu with their foolish
causes which are differences on how to break egg for the frequent conflicts
and wars between them hint at England and France

9
In Lilliput, the ministers are often required to perform in diversions to make
sure that …
They have not lost their faculty

10
Gulliver’s rejection of human society is showed in the fact that …

In the fourth voyage, he shuns the generous Don Pedro as a vulgar Yahoo.
He concludes his narrative with a claim that the lands he has visited belong by
rights to England, even though he questions the whole idea of colonialism.

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By the two diversions that Gulliver observes in Lilliput the writer satirizes …

The small mind of Lilliput’s Emperor and the way English people get the high
positions in the court not by intellectual quality but by performing some
physical skills and especially by going on all fours.

12
Gulliver wants to stay with the Houyhnhnms, but he is banished because …

He is very much like a Yahoo

13
The diversion of rope dancing and jumping is dangerous, as shown in the fact
that …

It is often attended with fatal accidents

14
Why do the chief ministers in Lilliput often have to perform in diversions?

The chief ministers themselves are commanded to show their skills and to
convince the emperor that they have not lost their faculty.
They want to have great employments and high favour of the emperor at
court.

15
The rope dancing and jumping is dangerous because …

It is often attended with fatal accidents

16
Gulliver’s experiences with various flawed societies foreshadow ........

His ultimate rejection of human society in the fourth voyage

17
Gulliver becomes a national resource of Lilliput by …

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Helping Lilliput to defeat Blefuscu

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The first winner of the stick leaping and creeping is rewarded with … which he
uses to put around his … as a symbol of …

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Blue coloured silk - the high position in the court

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The land below Laputa is called …., whose scientific researches are …

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Balnibarbi - totally insane and impractical

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Gulliver’s travels has managed to survive as two books in one: one is … , the
other is …
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A fanciful children’s tale - a trenchant( rõ ràng, sắc bén) satire of the fallacies
of human nature

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Lemuel Gulliver arrives in Lilliput on his … voyage after …

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First - a shipwreck and awakes to find himself a prisoner of a race of 6-inch


tall people

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The Luggnaggians and the Struldbrug are …

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Senile( suy yếu, già) immorals

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On his fourth journey, Gulliver arrived in a land populated by Houyhnhnms,
who … and by Yahoos, who …

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Rational-thinking horses - are ugly-looking human being


Or are the master of the country - are the servants of the country
Or rule - serve the Houyhnhnms

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The emperor of Lilliput had a mind one day to entertain in Gulliver with several
of country shows because …
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He thinks that those diversions are something intellectual and the most
amusing. He is very proud of these diversions.

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Gulliver’ experiences with various flawed societies foreshadow.....

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his ultimately rejection of human society in fourth voyage
FLASHCARDS IN THE SOLITARY REAPER DECK (14):

1
In “The Solitary Reaper”, Wordsworth describes in the…person how he is
amazed and moved by a ….who sings as she …in a solitary field.

first,
Scottish Highlands girl,
reaps grain

2
“The music in my heart I bore,
Long after it was heard no more” are the….two lines in The Solitary Reaper.
They express…..

final,
the soothing effect of beautiful memories on human thoughts and feelings

3
Romantic age and Enlightenment age are quite opposite because …

Romantic age emphasized emotion while Enlightenment emphasized reason


and rationalism
4
The common topics of English Romanticism are…

Nature and ordinary people

5
William Wordsworth is a … of the … age. He maintained that poetry should be
written in …

Poet- Romantic- more ordinary language and simpler form so that all classes
might appreciate it

6
“ The solitary reaper” is one of the best known works by.., whose great theme
is…

William Wordsworth- the world of simple, natural things, in the countryside or


among people

7
Setting:

Time: during the harvest time


Place: on the field in Scotland, located in the valley surrounded by hills on a
highland.

8
“ The solitary reaper” is one of the best known works by.., who…

William Wordsworth- grew up in a rustic society and spent a great deal of time
playing outdoors, in what he would remember as a pure communication with
nature

9
“ The solitary reaper” is a picture of words. The picture refers to…

physical and spiritual beauty of the girl

10
In “ The solitary reaper” Wordsworth is impressed by ...

the natural landscape and the ordinary working people

11
The possible topics of the reaper girl’s song in “ The solitary reaper”, are …

far-off battles and natural sorrow, pain or loss

12
In “ The solitary reaper” the poet compares the voice of the reaper with...

Any chant of the nightingale to weany travellers


( the voice of two birds : nightingale and cuckoo bird

13
In “ The solitary reaper”, Wordsworth describes chiefly the .... of the highland
lass

Finest qualities of mind and character

14
The literary technique used in “ Whate’en the theme the Maiden sang - As if
her song could have no ending” is…..because....

hyperbole
it emphatically makes the point that the maiden was singing so passionately
and with pleasure

FLASHCARDS IN OLIVER TWIST DECK (20):


1
Realism emphasized

the depiction of subjects as they appeared in everyday life

2
The genre of Oliver Twist is

children’s story, novel of social protest

3
Nancy (in Oliver Twist ) is murdered for

disclosing Monk’s plans to Oliver’s guardians

4
London bridge symbolizes

Nancy’s attempt to escape from the evil world to return to the good world

5
Oliver Twist has a happy ending because

the good are rewarded while the evil are punished

6
The disencouraging atmosphere in At the Criminal Lair is showed in

violent actions, rude words and gloomy facial expression.

7
Monks (in Oliver Twist) plotting with Fagin to destroy the reputation of Oliver
because
he is Oliver’s paternal half brother, he wants to ensure that his half brother is
deprived of his share family inheritance

8
In Oliver Twist, in the midst of corruption and degradation, Oliver remains

his righteousness

9
At the end of Oliver Twist, Fagin

was arrested and condemned to the gallow.

10
In Oliver Twist, Nancy is killed by...because

Sikes
she discloses Monks’ plans to Oliver’s guardians.

11
A writer of English realism is ...who

-Charles Dickens
-was one of the most popular English novelists of the Victorian era and a
fierce critic of the poverty of social stratification of Victorian society.

12
Realism took place in Europe and America during the second half of the 19th
century emphasized

the depiction of subjects as they appeared in everyday life

13
Charles Dickens was born in ...and died in...He fiercely criticized ...
1812....1870
the poverty and social stratification of Victorian society.

14
The failure of Charity in Oliver Twist refers to the fact that

the British government’s attempts to establish a system of workhouses to


support the poor; however, the poor work hard with little food and comfort
while managers give themselves a lot of food without working.

15
The negative effects of the industrialism on 19th-century England is shown in
Oliver Twist by the fact that

a small number of British people did not enjoy the benefits of industrialism.
They were criminalized, become the bottom of the society

16
By describing Bill Sikes’s physical appearance and clothing, Charles Dickens (
in At the Criminal Lair)...character

indirectly describes

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The major conflict in Oliver Twist is

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Oliver’s righteousness versus the social environment encouraging thievery


and prostitution

18
Oliver run away from Mr Sowerberry because

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he was mistreated and bullied by mrs Sowerberry and another apprentice
named Noah.

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Realism is

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the cultural movement taking place in Europe and America during the second
half of the 19th century.

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Oliver Twist is the first novel of

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English realism
FLASHCARDS IN LORD OF THE FLIES DECK (32):

1
….writes Lord of the Flies in early 1950s, based on his experience with the
real-life violence and…..of ….

->William Golding,
-brutality,
-World War II

2
During their first days on the deserted island the children’s life is well
organized in that they elect Ralph as their new leader, work together toward 2
common goals…., erect shelters, gather food and water, keep the fire. They
use the ….as a symbol of authority
-to have fun and to be rescued by maintaining a constant fire signal,
-conch

3
In Lord of the Flies, the human instinct descending into savagery, violence,
and chaos is shown in the fact that …..

->they begin to lose discipline, laziness and hedonism(chu nghia khoai lac)

4
The message of Lord of the Flies is: All humans have a dark side that can
cause a breakdown of society’s ethical standards if this dark side …one’s
reasoning and right thinking.

->overcomes

5
William Golding is …., who was…. in 1983.

->one of the most acclaimed writers of the second half of the twentieth
century,
- awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature

6
Briefly, Lord of the Flies is about……

->a group of English schoolboys left on a tropical island after their plane is
shot down during a war

7
Lord of the Flies is told from the point of view of the third person because ….

->the narrator stands outside the story to describe the characters and their
actions. The narrator knows all the minds of the characters
8
William Golding is one of the most acclaimed writers of …..

->the second half of the 20th century

9
William Golding was awarded …in 1983.

->the Nobel Prize for Literature

10
In Lord of the Flies, Simon is killed …

->because he tries to approach the boys, convey them the messages about
the beast, but the boys are at peak of savagery and they mistake Simon for
the beast.

11
Analyse the human civilized instinct in Lord of the Flies

The human civilized instinct is showed when the boys live together at first.
They work together towards common goals. They play together and work to
erect shelters, gather food and water, keep the fire alight. They use the conch
as a symbol of authority and obey the leader.

12
The setting place of Lord of the Flies is a…

->deserted tropical island

13
One of the themes of Lord of the Flies is …
->civilization vs. savagery, which means the struggle of the boys between
civilizing instince-the impulse (su thoi thuc) to seek rules, behave morally, and
act lawfully-and the savage instinct –the impulse to seek brute(suc vat) power
over others, act selfishly, scorn(khinh bi) moral rules, and indulge in violence.

14
The signal fire in Lord of the Flies symbolizes ….

->the boy’s wish to come back to the civilized world

15
Modernism is marked by …

A break with the sequential, developmental, cause-and-effect presentation of


the “reality” of the realist fiction, toward a presentation of experience as
layered, allusive, discontinuous.

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Modernism is flourished in …

The first decades of the 20th century

17
Modernism emphasized

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social and historical change

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A common motif in Modernist fiction is an …

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Alienated individual, dysfunctional individual trying in vain to make sense of a
predominantly urban and fragmented society.

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The characteristics of Modernism and Post Modernism are..

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-searching for new forms


-breaking with past deliberately

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William Golding was awarded the … in 1983

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Nobel Prize for literature

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William Golding is one of the most acclaimed writers of …

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The second half of 20th century

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… wrote Lord of the Flies in early 1950s, based on his experience with the
real-life violence and brutality of …

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William Golding - world war II

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Lord of the Flies is written by … , an English writer of … century.

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William Golding - 20th

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Analyze the human civilized instinct in Lord of the Flies

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Civilization refers to the fact that during the first day on the island, the boys
work together toward erecting a shelters, gathering food and water and
keeping the fire going to hopefully alert passing ship

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Briefly, Lord of the Flies is about …

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a group of boys who survive the plant crash and are stranded on the deserted
tropical island

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In Lord of the Flies, Simon is killed because …

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he conveys the message that he encountered the Lord of Flies in the forest
glade to the boys on the island. They fall on him and kill him savagely

27
Jack runs away from the meeting because …
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he feels very embarrassed and ashamed when he tries to persuade the boys
that Ralph is not a proper leader but the boys keep silent means they don’t
agree to the vote Ralph out of the leadership

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At the end of Separation Jack runs away from the … into a...

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meeting
British naval officer…

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“Dived into the forest” in “until he dived into the forest Ralph watched him” is
used as a literary technique of … because …the action of ....

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metaphor
there is a comparison between
“driving” and the action of “moving into the forest” using like or as

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In Lord of the Flies the human instinct descending into savagery, violence,
and chaos is shown in the fact that …

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the boys begin to lose their discipline and indulge in laziness and hedonism

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The signal fire in Lord of the Flies symbolizes …

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the boys’ wish to return to the civilized world.

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22. At the end of Lord of the Flies, the boys are rescued by …who...

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a passing ship who … are British naval officers

BEOWULF

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England was invaded in the 5th century by……, who came from ….

Anglo Saxon,
Germany and Denmark

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Old English Literature was written in…, from … to…

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Anglo Saxon language,


450 A.D to 1066

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The Renaissance revived the great values of….
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the ancient Greek and Roman civilizations that had long been lost to Europe.

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By simply stating that a character is shy/selfish, the writer directly.......

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makes statement about character’s personality ( direct characterization )

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Before the occupation of the Romans, England was inhabited by......

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the Celts

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Before the Anglo-Saxons, ....had invaded and occupied England for 4
centuries.

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the Roman

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After the Roman withdrawal, England was invaded and occupied by.....

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the Anglo-Saxons
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England was invaded in the 5th century by

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the Anglo-Saxons, who came from Germany and Denmark .

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Old English Literature was written in the ....., from 450 A.D to 1066

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Anglo-Saxon language

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The Old English, or...is the basis of ........

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Anglo-Saxon language
Modern English.

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Old English literature was....

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chiefly orally made, dominated by poetry over prose and anonymous ( it is


hard to tell who wrote the stories)

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Beowulf is written in England but it is about Denmark and Sweden
because........
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its content took place in Denmark and Geatland. When the Anglo-saxon
invaded and occupied they brought literature with them to England in which
the story was written.

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History of English literature began with........

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the arrival of the Anglo-Saxons.

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The epic Beowulf is anonymous because it was told by word of mouth so
we.........

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don’t know exactly who wrote it.

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.... is sometimes called “England’s national epic” , the setting time of Beowulf
is around 500 A.D and earlier and the place setting is Denmark and Geatland.

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Beowulf

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Beowulf’s overarching conflict is.....

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between close-nit warrior societies and the various menaces that threaten
their boundaries.

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From Beowulf we draw many details of .......

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Anglo-Saxon social life and warrior society.

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In Beowulf the relationship between the leader, or king, and his warriors was
defined in terms of.......

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provision and service.

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The three battles in Beowulf are fought between....

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Beowulf with Grendle, Beowulf with Grendle’s Mother and Beowulf with the
Dragon.

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Beowulf dies from ......he has received when he fights a dragon.

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the wounds

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Beowulf comes from ......to help ........get rid of........

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southern Sweden
Hrothgar
the monster

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Beowulf kills Grendle’s mother with.....

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a sword.(A mighty sword from Grendle’s mother armory)

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Beowulf comes to help ....on..........together with .....

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Hrothgar
a good ship
the warriors of the bravest.

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In Beowulf, the dragon attacks Beowulf’s country because..........

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a slave steals a golden cup from dragon’s lair.

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The Roman occupation of Britain basted for.......
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4 centuries

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In Beowulf, instead of pairs of lines joined by rhyme, Anglo Saxon poets
typically used ......

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alliteration

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Grendle attacks Hrothgar’s men because ......

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he is angered by the singing feasts.

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Grendel is ...........

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an outcast from society