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ENGL 201 Quiz: The Age of Reason/Revolutionary Period

  1. This author, in keeping with the seriousness of the themes of the “Declaration,” used a dignified, formal language belonging to the written rather than the commonly spoken language of the people.
  2. Treatise on religion was intended to be what he called “the theology that is true.”
  3. Became a printer and publisher before leaving home at 17 to go to Philadelphia to establish himself.
  4. The first poem was published in a Rhode Island newspaper.
  5. As co-editor of the Pennsylvania Magazine, he injected himself into American politics.
  6. Phillis Wheatley is considered the first African-American woman to publish a book of poetry.
  7. Which of Thomas Paine’s works was published during the actual fight for independence?
  8. Thomas Jefferson authored Autobiography.
  9. One of the reasoning behind the “Declaration of Independence” is the notion that civil government is founded on the idea of human equality, and not on monarchy and Aristocratic society in England.
  10. In this work, Thomas Paine used inspirational language to portray the military situation of the revolutionary war from an optimistic perspective.
  11. Phillis Wheatley’s “On Being Brought from Africa” addresses freedom from slavery, but does not explore themes of spiritual freedom.
  12. The quest for emancipation is the main idea featured in Thomas Jefferson’s “Notes on the State of Virginia.”
  13. Uses his 40yr old son as a mask or personae to indirectly offer advice to readers.
  14. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included tranquility.
  15. Even though his brother was jailed and forbidden to “print or publish,” this author later became a printer and publisher.
  16. Developed the ambition to read and write when he apprenticed in his older brother’s printing shop.
  17. An Act that lifted duties on imported tea by India Companies.
  18. Described Phillis Wheatley’s poetry as “elegant lines . . . the style and manner exhibit a striking proof of … poetical talents….”
  19. Works celebrate spiritual salvation.
  20. Authored “The American Crisis.”
  21. Advocated way to wealth practices that included the practice of industry
  22. The title page of the work of this author challenged and reversed some prejudices that existed during the Age of Reason.
  23. Benjamin Franklin authored The Autobiography.
  24. Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason was published before American Revolution.
  25. A major theme of Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography is the way to wealth.
  26. The clause too, reprobating the enslaving of the inhabitants of Africa, was struck out in complaisance to South Carolina and Georgia, who had never attempted to restrain the importation of slaves, and who, on the contrary, still wished to continue it. Our northern brethren also, I believe, felt a little tender under those censures; for though their people had very few slaves themselves, they had been pretty considerable carriers of them to others. This excerpt is from
  27. The clause too, reprobating the enslaving of the inhabitants of Africa, was struck out in complaisance to South Carolina and Georgia, who had never attempted to restrain the importation of slaves, and who, on the contrary, still wished to continue it. Our northern brethren also, I believe, felt a little tender under those censures; for though their people had very few slaves themselves, they had been pretty considerable carriers of them to others. This statement was written by
  28. American patriots adopted the theory of the source of government beginning with the people, justifying the American Revolution.
  29. Rationalists did not view human beings as free agents whose minds work as they themselves choose.
  30. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included frugality.
  31. During the Age of Reason, rationalists believed through reason that man could learn the laws of nature and place himself in harmony with the universe.
  32. Deism along with an intellectual rebellion against the Puritan religious orientation from the previous age are characteristics of the Age of Reason.
  33. In the “Declaration of Independence,” Jefferson uses dignified, formal language.
  34. “Common Sense” made the argument that American reconciliation with Britain was feasible.
  35. The Declaration of Independence appropriates some of the tenets or ideas derived from the Age of Reason or the Revolutionary period. Which tenet or idea does the underlined or highlighted part derive from (or allude to)? We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, and that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.
  36. The book of this author is an example of rag-to-riches literature that offered an optimistic American ideal.
  37. Was helped by Benjamin Franklin to migrate to New England.
  38. Wrote “The American Crisis,” a series of pamphlets published during the actual fight for independence that made possible the motivation and success of the Revolution.
  39. Which of Thomas Paine’s works was a discourse intended to be a religious revolution to subject major religions to scientific scrutiny and criticism?
  40. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included the fear of God.

Set 1

  1. This Revolutionary period writer undertook patriotic poetry by writing to George Washington.
  2. The title page of the work of this author challenged and reversed some prejudices that existed during the Age of Reason.
  3. The clause too, reprobating the enslaving of the inhabitants of Africa, was struck out in complaisance to South Carolina and Georgia, who had never attempted to restrain the importation of slaves, and who, on the contrary, still wished to continue it. Our northern brethren also, I believe, felt a little tender under those censures; for though their people had very few slaves themselves, they had been pretty considerable carriers of them to others. This statement suggests that
  4. Even though his brother was jailed and forbidden to “print or publish,” this author later became a printer and publisher.
  5. Phillis Wheatley adopts an ostensibly public voice in her poetry.
  6. Which of Thomas Paine’s works was a discourse intended to be a religious revolution to subject major religions to scientific scrutiny and criticism?
  7. Developed the ambition to read and write when he apprenticed in his older brother’s printing shop.
  8. Authored “Notes on the State of Virginia”
  9. Taxation that exacted tax on goods the colonists imported, such as paper, paints, glass, and tea shipped from England.
  10. Replaced Locke’s “life, liberty, and property” with “life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
  11. This author grew up in a fixed and prejudged position in society, but with a stroke of a pen, she became a poet and gained prominence and upward social mobility.
  12. Was characterized by Theodore Roosevelt as a “filthy little atheist.”
  13. The quest for emancipation is the main idea featured in Thomas Jefferson’s “Notes on the State of Virginia.”
  14. Authored “Notes on the State of Virginia”
  15. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included frugality.
  16. During the Age of Reason, rationalists perceived God deistically as First Cause, as the creator of the Universe, and as one who works through unchangeable laws of nature.
  17. Wrote an elegy on the death of Reverend George Whitefield.
  18. Rene Descartes propounded the idea of God as the “First Cause.”
  19. Isaac Newton suggested that the physical world is a mechanism that operates according to a system of natural laws that can be rationally understood through the application of scientific methods.
  20. The clause too, reprobating the enslaving of the inhabitants of Africa, was struck out in complaisance to South Carolina and Georgia, who had never attempted to restrain the importation of slaves, and who, on the contrary, still wished to continue it. Our northern brethren also, I believe, felt a little tender under those censures; for though their people had very few slaves themselves, they had been pretty considerable carriers of them to others.
  21. As co-editor of the Pennsylvania Magazine, he injected himself into American politics.
  22. First African-American woman to publish a book of poetry.
  23. This author, in keeping with the seriousness of the themes of the “Declaration,” used a dignified, formal language belonging to the written rather than the commonly spoken language of the people.
  24. During the Age of Reason, rationalists believed through reason that man could learn the laws of nature and place himself in harmony with the universe.
  25. Known as the greatest propagandist of the American Revolution.
  26. The main ideas/themes in “Notes on the State of Virginia” include:
  27. Phillis Wheatley’s “On Being Brought from Africa” addresses freedom from slavery, but does not explore themes of spiritual freedom.
  28. Embarked on a diplomatic mission to England where he received Phillis Wheatley.
  29. Rationalists did not view human beings as free agents whose minds work as they themselves choose.
  30. Became a printer and publisher before leaving home at 17 to go to Philadelphia to establish himself.
  31. Thomas Jefferson authored Autobiography.
  32. This author’s work(s) included prefatory notes by respectable people in Boston, such as His Excellency Thomas Hutchinson, Governor, 1771-1774.
  33. Wheatley’s poetry was influenced by Puritan beliefs and included Neo-classical themes.
  34. A popular quotation from this work by Thomas Paine that almost everybody memorized was “these are the times that try men’s souls.”
  35. Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography is a deeply personal guide to life for his son and does not address his involvement in the French and Indian War or his diplomatic mission to England.
  36. One of the reasoning of the “Declaration of Independence” is “self-evident” natural and inalienable rights.
  37. Deism along with an intellectual rebellion against the Puritan religious orientation from the previous age are characteristics of the Age of Reason.
  38. A major theme of Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography is the way to wealth.
  39. Thomas Paine’s Age of Reason was published before American Revolution.
  40. Commonly regarded as the greatest propagandist of the American Revolution.

Set 2

  1. Words such as “inalienable,” “annihilation,” “usurpations,” and “invariably” are examples of the formal language used by Thomas Jefferson in “The Declaration of Independence.”
  2. Which of Thomas Paine’s works was a discourse intended to be a religious revolution to subject major religions to scientific scrutiny and criticism?
  3. Advocated 13 down-to-earth get-ahead-in-life virtues.
  4. The clause too, reprobating the enslaving of the inhabitants of Africa, was struck out in complaisance to  South Carolina and Georgia, who had never attempted to restrain the importation of slaves, and who, on the contrary, still wished to continue it.  Our northern brethren also, I believe, felt a little tender under those censures; for though their people had very few slaves themselves, they had been pretty considerable carriers of them to others. This statement was written by________
  5. First African-American woman to publish a book of poetry.
  6. Rationalists did not view human beings as free agents whose minds work as they themselves choose.
  7. Benjamin Franklin’s success as a writer is in part due to his use of formal language rather than the plain style and language of the common people.
  8. Thomas Paine was co-editor of the
  9. Viewed America as an Edenic place of new beginnings and regeneration.
  10. Similar to Anne Bradstreet, Phillis Wheatley adopted a poetic voice that is personal and private.
  11. Regarded as a model of the self-made man; shared his rags-to-riches story in his Autobiography.
  12. Rene Descartes propounded the idea of God as the “First Cause.”
  13. Rene Descartes propounded a philosophy with the insistence that the only thing one cannot doubt is one’s own existence.
  14. Wrote “The American Crisis,” a series of pamphlets published during the actual fight for independence that made possible the motivation and success of the Revolution.
  15. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included order and justice.
  16. Commonly regarded as the greatest propagandist of the American Revolution.
  17. Wrote “To His Excellency General Washington,” which was praised by Washington.
  18. This work by Thomas Paine motivated independent fighters and stirred a spirit and passion of patriotism
  19. Thomas Jefferson describes Wheatley’s poetry as “elegant lines…exhibiting striking proof of … poetical talents.”
  20. Works celebrate spiritual salvation.
  21. The Declaration of Independence appropriates some of the tenets or ideas derived from the Age of Reason or the Revolutionary period. Which tenet or idea does the underlined or highlighted part derive from (or allude to)? When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
  22. His Autobiography was written in 1771
  23. Wrote an elegy on the death of Reverend George Whitefield.
  24. Authored “Notes on the State of Virginia”
  25. His father was a Quaker; his mother was Anglican.
  26. In this work, Thomas Paine urged his audience to undertake revolutionary action to create a new democratic society.
  27. Imitating the style of Paine’s “Common Sense,” Jefferson used the language of the common people when drafting the Declaration.
  28. A major theme of Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography is the way to wealth.
  29. The quest for emancipation is the main idea featured in Thomas Jefferson’s “Notes on the State of Virginia.”
  30. As co-editor of the Pennsylvania Magazine, he injected himself into American politics.
  31. Referred to by June Jordan as a “Miracle.”
  32. One of the reasoning behind the “Declaration of Independence” is “self-evident” natural and inalienable rights.
  33. In his Autobiography published in 1829, he discusses some of the changes made in the draft version of the declaration before it was approved.
  34. Advocated way to wealth practices that included the practice of industry
  35. Wrote an inspirational essay that Washington read to troops during the American Revolution.
  36. Thomas Jefferson envisioned America as an Edenic place of new beginnings and regeneration.
  37. In this work, Thomas Paine outlined the rewards of victory and the consequences of defeat.
  38. Thomas Jefferson authored Autobiography.
  39. An Act that lifted duties on imported tea by Indian Companies.
  40. The 13 virtues of self-improvement course that Benjamin Franklin expounded on included chastity.

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