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Scottish drunk, folk poems, (romantic)
Robert Burns
"To a Mouse"
"To a Louse"
Burns
A Red, Red Rose
Burns
Auld Lang Syne
Burns
The Fornicator: a new song
Burns
had an affair with prince of wales, poetry of passion, revival of sonnet,
popular in literary and social circles (wordsworth)
Mary Robinson
"January, 1795"
Mary Robinson
"Sappho and Phaon Sonnets"
Mary Robinson
"The Haunted Beach"
Mary Robinson
"London's Summer Morning"
Mary Robinson
doesn't use rhetorical flourishes in fear of being emotional, men and women perpetuate stereotypes, men and women should use equal form
Mary Wollstonecraft
A Vindication for the Rights of Women
Mary Wollstonecraft
real starter of the romantics, lyrical ballads begins romantic era, huge focus on nature, "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings", "emotion recollected in tranquility"
William Wordsworth
"Simon Lee"
Wordsworth
"We are Seven"
Wordsworth
"Lines written a few miles above tintern abbey"
wordsworth
lived in wordsworth's shadow, greater focus on supernatural, used opium, focus on nature and truth in it.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
This Lime Tree Bower my Prison
Coleridge
Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Coleridge
Kubla Khan
Coleridge
Frost at Midnight
Coleridge
Dejection: an ode
Coleridge (pathetic fallacy)
pathetic fallacy
what's going on emotionally is inflicted by the environment (coleridge)
Biographia Literaria
Coleridge
extravagante, egocentric, flamboyent, died young, second wave of romanticism, held celebrity status, created heroes that could be seen as him, started vampire trend
Lord Byron (George Gordon)
"She walks in beauty"
Lord Byron
So We'll go no more a-roving
Lord Byron
Manfred
Lord Byron
friends with Lord Byron, classically trained, independently wealthy, second wave of romantics
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Hymn to an Intellectual Beauty
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ozymandias
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ode to the West Wind
Percy Bysshe Shelley
To a Sky-lark
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Cloud
Percy Bysshe Shelley
focus on female historical figures
Felicia Hemans
"The Wife of Asdrubal"
Felicia Hemans
"Indian Woman's Death Song"
Felicia Hemans
died young at 26, response to art and nature, champions the innocence and youth of romanticism, new criticism
John Keats
On First Looking Into Chapman's Homer
Keats
The Eve of St. Agnes
Keats
La Belle Dame Sans Merci
Keats
Ode to a Nightingale
Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Keats
Letter to George and Thomas Keats
Keats
the idea that history doesn't just happen randomly; we are getting better and better and progressing (tennyson) a very victorian way of thinking
telos
"dombey and son"
dickens
"hard times"
dickens
"condition of the working class in england"
engels
"London Labour and London Poor"
Henry Mayhew
very popular and public figure, wrote for a long period of time, spokesperson for his age, usually not the poet speaking but a historical figure
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Mariana
Tennyson
Lady of Shalott
Tennyson
The Lotos-Eaters
Tennyson
Ulysses
Tennyson (dramatic monologue)
The Charge of the Light Brigade
Tennyson
Crossing the Bar
Tennyson
Locksley Hall
Tennyson
correspondant of Dickens, published "household words," many novels set in industrial north concerning women's rights, treatment of factory workers, etc.
Elizabeth Gaskell
Our Society at Cranford
Elizabeth Gaskell
A Scandal in Bohemia
Arthur Conan Doyle
Dover Beach
Arnold
The Blessed Damozel
Rosetti
An Artist's Studio
Rosetti
wrote as someone else, all are dramatic monologues, does not express his own views, but characters
Robert Browning
Porphyria's Lover
Browning
My Last Duchess
Robert Browning
Soliloquey of the Spanish Cloister
Browning
The Bishop orders his tomb at St. Praxed's Church
Browning
Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came"
Browning