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The tyger
william blake
- demi god
-how could same god make tiger and lamb?
London
William blake
- anti-city
-address social indjustices
She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways
Wordsworth
-pastoral
-about the enduring woman- Lucy
The world is too much with us
Wordsworth
-lyrial ballads
-celebrates nature
Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802
Wordsworth
-glorification of the city
A slumber did my spirit seal
Wordsworth
-lucy poem
Tintern Abbey
Wordsworth
-worship of nature
-writer grown since first experience
Kubla Kahn
Coleridge
-vivid dream
-imaginary
Rhime of the Ancient Mariner
Coleridge
-epic poem about guy that kills albatros
Ozymandias
Percy Shelly
-promethium overreacher
-cockiness= bad
To autumn
Keats
-glorification of nature
-most poets don't glorify autumn so it makes it unique
Ode to a Nightingale
Keats
-almost Gothic
- ephemeral beauty
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Keats
-art is better than real life
Dover Beach
Arnold
-beautiful easy calm meter
Pied Beauty
Gerard Manley Hopkins
-beauty in imperfections
-god is everywhere
The Second Coming
Yeats
-sphinx
-violence= beauty
-amoral
Leda and the Swan
Yeats
-random event can change history forever
-people don't always see the significance of their actions
-violent