If thou must love me

Ever wondered how complicated it was to be a woman in love in the Victorian Era? Well, this series is your chance to find out. Join us as we explore the life and writings of Elizabeth Barrett-Browning.

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If Thou Must Love Me: Quiz

Before you leave class today, answer the following questions.

Q1.How many children were there in the Barrett family?

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Q2.Barrett-Browning was unhappy that her father was a slave owner

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Q3.Barrett-Browning wrote sonnets about her love for Robert Browning because

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Q4.Barrett-Browning called her sonnets 'Sonnets from the Portuguese' because

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Q5.What lost love does Barrett-Browning now give Robert Browning?

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

If Thou Must Love Me: Quiz

Before you leave class today, answer the following questions.

Q1.How many children were there in the Barrett family?

1/5

Q2.Barrett-Browning was unhappy that her father was a slave owner

Select one (1) boxes

2/5

Q3.Barrett-Browning wrote sonnets about her love for Robert Browning because

3/5

Q4.Barrett-Browning called her sonnets 'Sonnets from the Portuguese' because

4/5

Q5.What lost love does Barrett-Browning now give Robert Browning?

5/5

Lesson summary: If thou must love me

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