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The book is the Norton Anthology of English Literature package II tenth edition

The book is the Norton Anthology of English Literature package II tenth edition
1. Cite one distinctive characteristic of the literature of the Romantic period and then discuss at least two texts you were assigned from that period, showing how those texts underscore and display that characteristic.  Please choose two separate authors you have read for this course, one text from each. Do not pick an author  or texts we have not read. Keep in mind that you should quote appropriately from the texts you choose.
Readings from the Romantic period:
June 26:  Wordsworth 
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH 270
William WordsworthLinks to an external site.
Tintern Abbey todayLinks to an external site.
We Are Seven  278
Lines Written in Early Spring 280 
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey 288
Strange fits of passion have I known 305
She dwelt among the untrodden ways 305
Three years she grew 306
I wandered lonely as a cloud 334
My heart leaps up 335
Ode: Intimations of Immortality 337
June 27: Coleridge
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE 441
Samuel Taylor ColeridgeLinks to an external site.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner 448
Kubla Khan 464
June 28: 
Shelley 
Byron, Shelley, and Keats
PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY 763
Percy Bysshe ShelleyLinks to an external site.
Ozymandias 790
OzymandiasLinks to an external site. (an analysis of the poem)
Ode to the West Wind 806
To a Sky-Lark 849
July 1: JOHN KEATS 950
John KeatsLinks to an external site.
On First Looking into Chapman’s Homer 953
On Seeing the Elgin Marbles 955
Endyminion 955
La Belle Dame sans Merci 972
On La Belle Dame sans Merci 
Ode on a Grecian Urn 979
To Autumn 1000
2. Using specific examples from Blake’s poems, define “innocence” and “experience.” I’m looking for you to think about how Blake sees innocence and experience, but you may expand your discussion beyond that context as long as you refer to specific examples from the poetry. https://muw.instructure.com/courses/22352/pages/the-ballad
WILLIAM BLAKE, Norton Anthology 122
/www.poetryfoundation.org/poets/william-blake

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