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100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Lo...
A 100 Which of the two poems did Longfellow write near the end of his life?
A 100 What is “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls”
A phrase that appears in both of Longfellow’s poems (“The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” and “Psalm of Life”) A 200
What is footprints on the sands of time A 200
The beach A 300
What is the setting of the poem “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” A 300
What image does Longfellow use in “Psalm of Life” to depict a person who has fallen on hard times? A 400
What is a shipwrecked and forlorn brother (or sailor) A 400
How does Longfellow illustrate Emerson’s quote, “Speak what you think now in hard words and tomorrow speak what tomorrow t...
What is Longfellow contradicts himself on his view on a person leaving a mark on the world in his two poems.  A 500
What word did the raven repeat? B 100
What is nevermore B 100
The month in which the story takes place? B 200
What is December B 200
Upon what does the raven perch upon entering the room? B 300
What is the bust of Pallas B 300
Name two of the allusions the poet uses in the poem B 400
What are (name two):  the bust of Pallas, Aidenn (the garden of Eden), Night’s Plutonian Shore, balm of Gilead B 400
What was happening in Poe’s personal life as he wrote this poem? B 500
What is Virginia was dying of tuberculosis B 500
C 100 What is the name of the spirit that rules over everything?
C 100 What is the Oversoul
According to Emerson in “Self-Reliance,” every man  arrives at this conviction C 200
What is “envy is ignorance and imitation is suicide.” C 200
“ The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation between man and the ___...
What is “vegetable” C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
What does Emerson refer to himself as when he is in nature observing it but not disturbing it? C 400
What is a transparent eyeball C 400
Emerson’s comment on foolish consistency C 500
What is “it is the hobgloblin of little minds.” C 500
Who tortured whom during the Spanish Inquisition D 100
The Catholic Church tortured heretics D 100
Name three means of torturous death that the speaker’s captors had planned for him D 200
What are the pit, the pendulum, and the heated walls closing in D 200
How did the speaker escape death by the pendulum? D 300
What is he rubbed the meat on the bandage and the rats ate through it, freeing him D 300
What was the serge mentioned in the story? D 400
What is the bandage that the prisoner was wrapped in D 400
Who rescued the speaker from death? D 500
Who is General LaSalle D 500
Tom carries this around to try to get out of the bargain he made with the devil E 100
What is a Bible E 100
What does Tom find wrapped in an apron in the tree when he goes looking for his wife? E 200
What are a heart and liver E 200
What does the devil first suggest Tom do with the money the devil is giving him? E 300
What is outfit a slave ship E 300
What nickname does Tom call the devil when he meets him in the forest? E 400
What is Old Scratch E 400
When he is talking to his wife after the first meeting with the devil, what convinces Tom that the meeting was real? E 500
Mrs. Walker tells Tom that Absalom Crownishield had died that day and Tom had been sitting on a fallen tree with his name ...
“ The faultfinder will find faults even in _______” F 100
What is paradise F 100
Finish this quote: “Things do not change; ____ ________.” F 200
What is “we change” F 200
Finish this quote:  “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let ______.” F 300
What is alone F 300
July 4, 1845 F 400
What is the date that Thoreau went into the woods to live alone F 400
Mrs. Bullington’s favorite “Walden” quote F 500
What is “Our life is frittered away by detail” F 500
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  1. 2. THIS IS Jeopardy
  2. 3. With Host... Your Mrs. B
  3. 4. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Longfellow The Raven Emerson Pit and Pendulum Devil/ Tom Walker Walden
  4. 5. A 100 Which of the two poems did Longfellow write near the end of his life?
  5. 6. A 100 What is “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls”
  6. 7. A phrase that appears in both of Longfellow’s poems (“The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” and “Psalm of Life”) A 200
  7. 8. What is footprints on the sands of time A 200
  8. 9. The beach A 300
  9. 10. What is the setting of the poem “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” A 300
  10. 11. What image does Longfellow use in “Psalm of Life” to depict a person who has fallen on hard times? A 400
  11. 12. What is a shipwrecked and forlorn brother (or sailor) A 400
  12. 13. How does Longfellow illustrate Emerson’s quote, “Speak what you think now in hard words and tomorrow speak what tomorrow thinks in hard words, again, though it contradict everything you said today”? A 500
  13. 14. What is Longfellow contradicts himself on his view on a person leaving a mark on the world in his two poems. A 500
  14. 15. What word did the raven repeat? B 100
  15. 16. What is nevermore B 100
  16. 17. The month in which the story takes place? B 200
  17. 18. What is December B 200
  18. 19. Upon what does the raven perch upon entering the room? B 300
  19. 20. What is the bust of Pallas B 300
  20. 21. Name two of the allusions the poet uses in the poem B 400
  21. 22. What are (name two): the bust of Pallas, Aidenn (the garden of Eden), Night’s Plutonian Shore, balm of Gilead B 400
  22. 23. What was happening in Poe’s personal life as he wrote this poem? B 500
  23. 24. What is Virginia was dying of tuberculosis B 500
  24. 25. C 100 What is the name of the spirit that rules over everything?
  25. 26. C 100 What is the Oversoul
  26. 27. According to Emerson in “Self-Reliance,” every man arrives at this conviction C 200
  27. 28. What is “envy is ignorance and imitation is suicide.” C 200
  28. 29. “ The greatest delight which the fields and woods minister is the suggestion of an occult relation between man and the __________________.” C 300
  29. 30. What is “vegetable” C 300
  30. 31. DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
  31. 32. What does Emerson refer to himself as when he is in nature observing it but not disturbing it? C 400
  32. 33. What is a transparent eyeball C 400
  33. 34. Emerson’s comment on foolish consistency C 500
  34. 35. What is “it is the hobgloblin of little minds.” C 500
  35. 36. Who tortured whom during the Spanish Inquisition D 100
  36. 37. The Catholic Church tortured heretics D 100
  37. 38. Name three means of torturous death that the speaker’s captors had planned for him D 200
  38. 39. What are the pit, the pendulum, and the heated walls closing in D 200
  39. 40. How did the speaker escape death by the pendulum? D 300
  40. 41. What is he rubbed the meat on the bandage and the rats ate through it, freeing him D 300
  41. 42. What was the serge mentioned in the story? D 400
  42. 43. What is the bandage that the prisoner was wrapped in D 400
  43. 44. Who rescued the speaker from death? D 500
  44. 45. Who is General LaSalle D 500
  45. 46. Tom carries this around to try to get out of the bargain he made with the devil E 100
  46. 47. What is a Bible E 100
  47. 48. What does Tom find wrapped in an apron in the tree when he goes looking for his wife? E 200
  48. 49. What are a heart and liver E 200
  49. 50. What does the devil first suggest Tom do with the money the devil is giving him? E 300
  50. 51. What is outfit a slave ship E 300
  51. 52. What nickname does Tom call the devil when he meets him in the forest? E 400
  52. 53. What is Old Scratch E 400
  53. 54. When he is talking to his wife after the first meeting with the devil, what convinces Tom that the meeting was real? E 500
  54. 55. Mrs. Walker tells Tom that Absalom Crownishield had died that day and Tom had been sitting on a fallen tree with his name on it in the forest E 500
  55. 56. “ The faultfinder will find faults even in _______” F 100
  56. 57. What is paradise F 100
  57. 58. Finish this quote: “Things do not change; ____ ________.” F 200
  58. 59. What is “we change” F 200
  59. 60. Finish this quote: “A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let ______.” F 300
  60. 61. What is alone F 300
  61. 62. July 4, 1845 F 400
  62. 63. What is the date that Thoreau went into the woods to live alone F 400
  63. 64. Mrs. Bullington’s favorite “Walden” quote F 500
  64. 65. What is “Our life is frittered away by detail” F 500
  65. 66. The Final Jeopardy Category is: “ Thanatopsis” Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
  66. 67. What is the meaning of the word “thanatopsis” Click on screen to continue
  67. 68. What is vision of death Click on screen to continue
  68. 69. Thank You for Playing Jeopardy! Game Designed By C. Harr-MAIT
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