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Papers On Poetry
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A Chance Encounter: Interpretations of First and Second Generation Romantic Poets
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A 7 page overview of the writing styles of five first and second generation Romantic poets, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Keats, Shelly and Byron. Provides a fictional account of a meeting between the men where they encounter a young girl in the woods. Curious as to the reasons for her presence and saddened by her rapid departure each man mentally plans a poem to relate the experience. The girl returns and chooses the man whose poem was the most accurate. Written in the form of a story, this paper gives the student insight as to the differences and similarities between the five poets. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Death And Grieving In Wordsworth's Poems
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A 5 page paper analyzing two of Wordsworth's poems in Lyrical Ballads: 'We are Seven,' and 'Anecdote for Fathers' in terms of their logical sequence. The paper concludes that 'We Are Seven' logically follows 'Anecdote,' because the second poem builds and expands on the theme of the grieving process introduced in the first. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Hallmarks of Romanticism in Wordsworth’s “Strange Fits of Passion”
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A 5 page paper defining the influence of Romanticism in Wordsworth’s poem “Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known.” The paper shows how the poem depends on an awareness of the presence of two realms operating simultaneously: the everyday world of the material, and the secondary world of the ethereal. Bibliography lists five sources.
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The Cult of the Child in Wordsworth's Romanticism
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A 16 page paper on this seminal Romantic poet's fascination with the theme of childhood. The paper points out that this cult of the child was an important feature of Romanticism, and reflected the popular belief that children and primitives were morally pure, all others having been corrupted by society. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
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