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English Literature CLEP III (Victorian)

Fill in the missing titles and author names. Most of the material is from Barron's EZ-101 Study Keys: English Literature
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Period
Title
Type
Author
Answer
Victorian (1833 - 1886)
"The Eagle", "Idylls of the King", "In Memoriam", "The Charge of the Light Brigade" , "Ulysses" (poem)
Poetry
 
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Victorian (1841)
"On ____ and ___-_____"
Essay, collection of lectures
Thomas Carlyle
On Heroes and Hero-Worship
Victorian (1842)
"Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister", "Porphyria" and "My Last Duchess"
Poetry
 
Robert Browning
Victorian (1847)
"Jane Eyre"
Bildungsroman Gothic Novel
Published as "Currer Bell", real name: _____ _____
Charlotte Bronte
Victorian (1847)
"Wuthering Heights"
Romantic, Gothic Novel
Published as "Ellis Bell", real name: ____ ______
Emily Bronte
Victorian (1847)
"Vanity Fair"
Satirical social commentary
 
William Makepeace Thackeray
Victorian (1847 & 1848)
"Agnes Grey" and "The Tenant of Wildfell Hall"
Socially critical novels, early feminist
Published as "Acton Bell", real name: ___ _____
Anne Bronte
Victorian (1850)
"The _____ ________"
Romantic, pre-raphaelite poem
Pre-raphaelite Poet: Dante Gabriel Rossetti
The Blessed Damozel
Victorian (1850 & 1851)
"Sonnets from the Portuguese" and "Aurora Leigh"
Love sonnets; epic blank verse early feminist poem (respectively)
 
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Victorian (1850 & 1853)
"David ______" and "______ House"
Socially critical novels
Charles Dickens
David Copperfield and Bleak House
Victorian (1859)
"The _____ in ____"
Mystery novel (one of the first)
Wilkie Collins
The Woman in White
Victorian (1859 & 1863)
"On Liberty" and "Utilitarianism"
Essays, philosophy and ethics
 
John Stuart Mill
Victorian (1859-1872)
"Adam Bede", "Silas Marner" and "Middlemarch"
Realist novels
Mary Ann Evans, better known as: _____ _____
George Eliot
Victorian (1860)
"Unto This Last"
Essay, economics and social justice
 
John Ruskin
Victorian (1861-1868)
"On Translating Homer", "Essays in Criticism", and "Culture and Anarchy"
Literary and cultural criticism
 
Matthew Arnold
Victorian (1862)
"Goblin Market"
Narrative poem, early feminism, children's poetry
Pre-Raphaelite Poet: ______ ______
Christina Rossetti
Victorian (1865 & 1871)
"_____ the ______ ____"
Anti-victorian symbolic children's books
Charles Dodgson, better known as Lewis Carroll
Through the Looking Glass
Victorian (1876)
"The Wreck of the Deutschland"
Ode published in 1918
Jesuit Priest: _____ ____ _____
Gerard Manley Hopkins
Victorian (1891)
"Tess of the D'Urbervilles"
Pastoral tragic novel
 
Thomas Hardy
Victorian (1895)
"The ______ of ______ _______"
Farcical comedic drama
Oscar Wilde
The Importance of Being Earnest
Victorian (1895 & 1898)
"The Time Machine" and "The War of the Worlds"
Sci-fi with social criticism
 
H.G. Wells
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