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The Christina Rossetti Poems Quiz

In this quiz you will have to guess Christina Rossetti's poems from a range of her works. 10 Questions.

 
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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''The wicked, quaint fruit-merchant men''?

  • Goblin Market
  • Winter: My Secret
  • Remember
  • A Birthday

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Weep not; O friends, we should not weep''?

  • To My Mother
  • My Dream
  • My Friend
  • My Mother

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''To know he still is warm though I am cold''?

  • Remember
  • Mix a Pancake
  • After Death
  • Up Hill

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''You tell me of our future that you plann'd''?

  • Remember
  • Winter: My Secret
  • Goblin Market
  • The Three Enemies

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Our God, Heaven cannot hold Him, nor earth sustain''?

  • A Dirge
  • Dream Land
  • In the Bleak Midwinter
  • Echo

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''That opening, letting in, lets out no more''?

  • A Daughter of Eve
  • De Profundis
  • Echo
  • No, thank you, John

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Sixty, and no more in it''?

  • The Rose
  • By Way Of Remembrance
  • How Many Seconds?
  • The Half Moon

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Or you may guess''?

  • Winter: My Secret
  • A Birthday
  • Goblin Market
  • Remember

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Yea, beds for all who come''?

  • Dream Land
  • The Thread of Life
  • Up Hill
  • A Birthday

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Which Christina Rossetti poem features the line ''Bring them together to love one another'', the title of the poem is also the first line of the poem?

  • Motherless Baby and Babyless Mother
  • Remember
  • Up Hill
  • A Better Resurrection

 

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