Men first came to Britain probably before the Great Ice Age, who were called____ or the stone age men.
答案: 【cave men】
British recorded history began with the Roman Invasion.
The ancestors of the English people were the Normans.
The Anglo-Saxons were Christianized in the ____century.
______ best represented the Elizabethan Age.
答案: 【William Shakespeare】
____ lived in the 7th century and was a cowherd of a monastery at Whitby.
____ learned to compose poems in his dream.
Beowulf was wounded while fighting with______ and then died.
B:the Fire Dragon
答案: 【the Fire Dragon】
Romances were brought to England by the Normans.
Ballad is a story told in song, usually in ____ line stanzas, with the second and fourth lines rhymed.
Geoffrey Chaucer was the last important poet in the Middle English Literature.
Geoffrey Chaucer’s best known work today is The Canterbury Tales.
The Tabard Inn is in the southern suburbs of ____.
Only____ tales were written in The Canterbury Tales due to Geoffrey Chaucer’s death in 1400.
The General Prolgoue was written in____.
答案: 【heroic couplet】
The first theatre in London was called “The Theatre”, which was open to the public in 1576.
The most prominent dramatist of the University Wits was ____.
答案: 【Christopher Marlowe】
The Spanish Tragedy is the first ____ in English literature.
答案: 【revenge tragedy】
William Shakespeare was once the shareholder of the____ theatre.
____ is a play of youth and love and combines a tragic situation with comedy and gaiety.
D:Romeo and Juliet
答案: 【Romeo and Juliet】
____ is William Shakespeare’s longest play, and is considered among the most powerful and influential works of the world literature.
In the soliloquy “To be, or not to be, that’s the question”, ___ realizes his own weakness.
William Shakespeare’s sonnets were didicated to a Mr.____.
答案: 【W. H.】
In Sonnet 18, the poet compares his beloved to the ____ season
____ was the first Chinese translator to complete the translation of all William Shakespeare’s works by himself.
答案: 【Liang Shiqiu】