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all of these questions are about world literature, please read these questions carefully.

I do not have a specific require about the word limit, all you need to do is answering these questions and let me know what your means, if you can use one or two vocabulary to let me understand, that is fine.

these questions are all about romanticism.

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Romanticism Study Guide 1. In what areas was Romanticism a reaction against the Enlightenment 2. Know the major themes of Romanticism, such as the importance of Nature or Individualism 3. Know the difference among a sonnet, a lyric, and an ode 4. What is the three-and-or-four-part organization that many of the longer Romantic poems employ? 5. Blake: a. Read all the poems. Why are some of his poems called Songs of Experience and why are some called Songs of Innocence? b. Be prepared to explain “London” c. Be prepared to explain the two “The Chimney Sweeper” poems 6. Wordsworth: a. Read “We Are Seven,” “Tintern Abbey,” and What does each poem reflect about the Romantic sensibility? 7. Coleridge: a. Read “Rime of the Ancient Mariner,” and “Frost at Midnight.” b. What is the Romanticism in “Rime”? What are the major images/symbols? 8. Keats a. Be able to explain these lines: “Bold lover, never, never canst thou kiss, / Though winning near the goal—yet, do not grieve; / She cannot fade, though thou hast not thy bliss, / For ever wilt thou love, and she be fair!” b. “Beauty is truth, truth beauty,”—that is all / Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” 9. Dickinson a. Why does she capitalize some of her nouns? b. Know these various images: Slant of Light, Fly, the King, the Carriage, the Hour of Lead, the Distance on the look of Death. 10. Douglass a. Know his family relationships b. c. d. e. The turning point of his life as a slave What is / are the thing(s) Douglass considers important His jobs. His natural talents. What is Romantic about his life? ...
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