Published 12.05.2018 on subject Advanced Placement by Guest

"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by T.S. Eliot 1. The tone of this poem is
romantic longing.
wistful joy.
arrogant confidence.
bitter remorse.
weary resignation.
2. Prufrock was going to
visit a lady friend.
have an affair.
go to a funeral.
go to the library.
visit a lady friend and have an affair.
3. The opening epitaph of the poem in Italian suggests
Prufrock speaks because he is motivated to change his world.
Prufrock speaks to chastise his society.
Prufrock speaks because he is bubbling over with love.
Prufrock speaks to cleanse his mind of his estranged love.
Prufrock speaks because he is sure no one will hear him.
4. What kind of mood is created in lines 1–11?
one of romance
one of vibrancy
one of gloom
one of both romance and vibrancy
none of the above
5. The "yellow fog that rubs" suggests
a dirty window.
a total lack of direction.
something old and dirty.
a lack of time.
none of the above
6. All of the following are true of the poem except:
It utilizes allusions.
It utilizes stream of consciousness.
It utilizes the carpe diem philosophy.
It utilizes refrains.
It makes a commentary on modern society.
7. "I do not think they (mermaids) will sing to me" suggests
Prufrock is an archetypal representative.
Prufrock will never have commitment or fulfillment.
Prufrock will die at a young age.
Prufrock realizes he has a sexual problem.
both the second and fourth choices above
8. A theme of "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" is that
there is evidence of the disintegration of modern society.
many individuals of modern society exhibit indecision to act.
many individuals of modern society exhibit patience in acting at the right moment.
both the first and second choices above
both the second and third choices above
9. In lines 44 and 45, "Do I dare / Disturb the universe?" the universe refers to
his peers at the coffee house.
all the world.
his small social circle of middle-class acquaintances.
the relationship he has with the woman he loves.
both the third and fourth choices above
10. Lines 111–119 allude to Shakespeares Hamlet. Explain the allusion and the meaning it provides in Eliots poem.

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