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Memory Work for Marking Period 3


Three [3] credits are required.                 Last date accepted    ___________________________

Memory work may be done at any time beginning right now. It is due by the last date. Do not wait until the last minute. If you are absent, your memory work is not in. You should not ask to give memory work late. Should you be hospitalized the last 2 weeks before memory work is due, you call me or get you parents to call and I will come and take your memory work where you are.  Handouts are posted in the room and available on the web page.

Renaissance [cont.]


John Donne

1 “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” 36 ll.  2 credits

2 “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” any 4 consecutive stanzas 16 ll.

3 “Death Be Not Proud” [AKA “Holy Sonnet 10”] 14 ll.

4 “Song”   27 ll.  Handout

5 “The Bait”   1-26  2 credits handout 

           In Prentice Hall

39.  “Song”     ll. 1-20

40.   “ Song”    ll. 21-40

Ben Jonson

6. “On My First Son”   12 ll.

7. “On My First Daughter”  12 ll.    handout

8. “Song: To Celia”   16 ll.

9. “Song: Still to Be Neat”  12 ll.

Robert Herrick

10. “Delight in Disorder”   14 ll.

11. “To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time”  16 ll.

12. “The Argument of His Book” 14 ll.  handout

Sir John Suckling

13. “Out Upon It!”  [AKA “The Constant Lover”]  16 ll.

14. “Why So Pale and Wan, Fond Lover?”  [AKA “Song”] 15 ll.

Richard Lovelace  

15. “To Lucasta on Going to the Wars” 12 ll.

16. “To Althea, from Prison”  32 ll.   2 credits

John Milton

17. “ On His Blindness”   14 ll.

18. “On Shakespeare”   16 ll.

Andrew Marvell

19. “To His Coy Mistress”  46 ll.  3 credits

John Dryden

20. From MacFlecknoe   30 ll.  2 credits


The Romantic Period (1798-1832)

William Blake

21. “The Tyger”    24 ll.

22. “The Lamb”    20 ll.

23. “The Chimney Sweeper (Innocence)”  24 ll. 2 credits

24. “A Poison Tree”    16 ll.

English IV