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AP English Poetry

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Molly Zimmer

on 13 March 2011

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Transcript of AP English Poetry

Romantic Period 1798-1832 French Revolution very influential
Ruling class of England threatned by events and tries to repress efforts to organize
Industrial Revolution British writers respond new climate
no longer have faith in science and reason because of tyranny and factories
Writers revive sonnet, ode, and write with Byronic Hero
Write of Imagination, Emotion, and Nature Romantic Period Writers Edmund Burke
Thomas Paine
Charlotte Smith
George Gordon-Lord Byron
Sir Walter Scott
William Wordsworth
William Blake William Wordsworth Poems: I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud
To a Skylark
London 1802
To a Butterfly
The World Is Too Much Facts: William Wordsworth Lived in Lake District
Near Gasmere Lake in "Dove Cottage"
Parents Died, Lived with sister for a while
Worked with Coleridge and wrote "Lyrical Ballads" I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud Tone- Lighthearted, happy, bright
Literary Devices- Rhyming, imagery I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud Wordsworth writes of a scene full of Daffodils he
sees near his home. He describes the emotions he
feels from the scene. Describing a beautiful scene in
nature.
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