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The common format of Cavaliers for poetry was "Roses are red, violets are blue"

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The Cavalier Poets called themselves

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Robert Herrick served an apprenticeship as a

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To whom did Carew pay the tribute as the poet who "ruled as he thought fit The universal monarchy of wit'?

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Cavalier poets wrote poems for publicity.

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The happiest expression of Herrick's powers may found in his

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Which of the following Cavalier Poets wrote both Secular as well as Religious Poems?

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John Suckling was born in

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Robert Herrick turned to the classical lyric for

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Which of the following was NOT a role model of Cavalier Poets?

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Cavalier Poets were known as "Royalists"

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Suckling died in

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Carew produced a mixture of classical influence of Jonson with the metaphysical influence of Donne suited to the atmosphere of the Court of

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"Pleasure" was the main theme of Cavalier Poetry

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Richard Lovelace was born in

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Which poem of Lovelace uses imagery that is as much Petrarchan as metaphysical?

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Richard Lovelace suffered imprisonment

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Cavalier Poets were aristocrats

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Cavalier Poets lived at the court of Charles II

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John Suckling was educated at

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