The notion of a permanent, divinely ordained natural order offers a good deal of comfort to those aware of flaws in actual social arrangements.
The powers of the mind were emphasized as people “turned to the Roman past for models.”
Deism encouraged the logicality of the universe and the separation of ethics from religion.
The classical past provided an emblem of stability.
Pope says an Indian’s soul was never taught to stray by what? (Essay on Man)
In what does our error lie? (Essay on Man)
In pride, in reasoning pride
Pope believes that to invert the laws of order is to sin against what? (Essay on Man)
the eternal cause (130)
To reason right is to what? (Essay on Man)
to submit (164)
Pope believed that the “bliss of Man” is not to act or WHAT beyond mankind? (Essay on Man)
Pope compares the limits of human perception to the microscopic eye of what insect? (Essay on Man)
a fly (194)
For Pope, breaking the Great Chain would unbalance the earth and make it fly from what? (Essay on Man)
Dorine says Tartuffe passes for a saint to Mdm. Pernelle but is actually a what?
Dorine says that Orgon has let Tartuffe rule his what?
Orgon says that Dorine’s “monstrous impudence/must be chastised with one good…” what? (Tartuffe)
“slap in the face” (131)
Tartuffe declares that love for eternal things cannot destroy our love of what?
“earthly beauty.” (59)
Tartuffe declares that when beholding Elmire’s “heavenly charms” his heart does what?
Tartuffe says that “if Heaven is all that holds you back,” he can easily remove what?
“that little hindrance.” (98)
For Tartuffe, what “is not sin at all”?
“secret sinning.” (125)
How many years have passed wince the speaker’s experience at Wye River? (Tintern Abbey)
The speaker felt that “beauteous forms…pass[ed] even into…[his] purer mind / with…” (Tintern Abbey)
With tranquil restoration (31)
“We see into the life of things…with an eye made quiet” by what? (Tintern Abbey)
the power of harmony, and the deep power of joy (48-49)
From remembering the experience on the Wye River, what “revives again”? (Tintern Abbey)
“the picture of the mind” (61) the sense of present pleasure, and pleasing thoughts of the future.
From these memories, “there is life and food” for what? (Tintern Abbey)
“for future years.” (64-65)
What shall the mind become “for all the lovely forms”? (Tintern Abbey)
a mansion (140)
What shall be the “dwelling place / For all sweet sounds and harmonies”? (Tintern Abbey)
the memory (141)
What is that the speaker knows “hath past away…from earth”? (Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
What is “our birth…but …” what? (Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
“..a sleep and forgetting..” (V)
What does Wordsworth call our “Soul”? (Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
“our life’s Star” (V)
What “lies about us in our infancy”? (Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
Heaven (V) because God is our home
:Shades of the _________ begin to close / Upon the growing boy.”(Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
“prison house” (V)
What “cons another part”? (Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
the little Actor (VII) “As if his whole vocation / Were endless imitation”
“Full soon thy Soul shall have her _________ ________”(Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
“earthly freight” (VIII)
“Delight and liberty…[is] the _________ _________ of children.”(Ode on Intimations on Immortality)
“simple creed” (IX) creed=faith, belief
Ulysses has decided to drink his life to what?
“to the lees” (to the bottom of the barrel)
How does Ulysses describe his son’s labor to make mild a rugged people?
“slow prudence” (overly cautious)
In what is Telemachus “centered”? (Ulysses)
“in the sphere of common duties”
What “closes all”? (Ulysses)
Beyond what does Ulysses want to sail?
beyond the sunset, until he dies
“Though much is taken, ___________ ___________.” (Ulysses)