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Flashcards in Wednesday: Literature Deck (23):
1

This author wrote a play in which Nemov and Lyuba are the title prisoners in The Love-Girl and the Innocent

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

2

He wrote a cycle of novels including August 1914 and November 1916, collectively called the Red Wheel, while another of his novels focuses on Oleg Kostlogotov and other patients at an Uzbek hospital, Cancer Ward.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

3

He did not attend his Nobel ceremony out of fear that he would not be allowed home, but he was deported anyway after he wrote about the experience of zeks in forced labor camps

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

4

Name this Russian author of The Gulag Archipelago and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

5

The speaker of this poem yearns "to follow knowledge like a sinking star / Beyond the utmost bound of human thought" and observes that though "the long day wanes," "'Tis not too late to seek a newer world.

"Ulysses"

6

In the opening lines of this poem, the speaker voices his frustration at living "By this still hearth / among these barren crags" and doling "Unequal laws unto a savage race."

"Ulysses"

7

In the second stanza, the speaker introduces his son, who attempts to "by slow prudence to make mild / A rugged people."

"Ulysses"

8

he final stanza of this poem calls for mariners to join the speaker in his quest to "sail beyond the sunset" in "One equal temper of heroic hearts."

"Ulysses"

9

Ending with the speaker proclaiming that he is "strong in will / To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield," name this Tennyson poem about an aged hero of a Greek epic.

"Ulysses"

10

In one early scene of this novel, Sam and Andy excite the horses to delay a pursuit for their friend

Uncle Tom's Cabin

11

A character in this novel distributes locks of her hair as she dies, inspiring compassion in Ophelia

Uncle Tom's Cabin

12

In this novel, The protagonist becomes separated with his wife Aunt Chloe, but his fate turns when he saves Eva from drowning, impressing her father Augustine St. Clare.

Uncle Tom's Cabin

13

In this novel, the title character is beaten to death by Simon Legree.

Uncle Tom's Cabin

14

One of this writer's protagonists has a husband who is found dead on a sailboat and a sister who drives a car off a bridge

Margaret Atwood

15

A protagonist of this author is Iris Chase.

Margaret Atwood

16

A work by this author follows Snowman in a post-apocalyptic society which has seen much genetic modification

Margaret Atwood

17

In one early scene of this novel, Sam and Andy excite the horses to delay a pursuit for their friend

Uncle Tom's Cabin

18

A character in this novel distributes locks of her hair as she dies, inspiring compassion in Ophelia

Uncle Tom's Cabin

19

In this novel, The protagonist becomes separated with his wife Aunt Chloe, but his fate turns when he saves Eva from drowning, impressing her father Augustine St. Clare.

Uncle Tom's Cabin

20

In this novel, the title character is beaten to death by Simon Legree.

Uncle Tom's Cabin

21

One of this writer's protagonists has a husband who is found dead on a sailboat and a sister who drives a car off a bridge

Margaret Atwood

22

A protagonist of this author is Iris Chase.

Margaret Atwood

23

A work by this author follows Snowman in a post-apocalyptic society which has seen much genetic modification

Margaret Atwood