19 terms

Romanticism Final

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Declaration of Independence
Thomas Jefferson
The Rights of Man
Thomas Paine
Walden
Hendry David Thoreau
280: I felt a funeral, in my Brain
465: I heard a fly buzz- when I died-
668: "Nature" is what we see
712: Because I could not stop for death-
754: My life had stood- a Loaded Gun-
1129: Tell all the truth but tell it slant-
Emily Dickinson
Song of Myself
Walt Whitman
Where I lived and what I lived for
Henry David Thoreau
The Rime of The Ancient Mariner
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Marraige of Heaven and Hell
William Blake
Lines written a few miles above the Tintern Abbey
William Wordsworth
Ozymandias
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ode to a Gracian Urn
John Keats
She Walks in Beauty
&
Darkness
Lord Byron
"for everything that lives is holy"
Blake
"beauty is truth, truth beauty"
Keats
"because I could not stop for death, he kindly stopped for me"
Dickinson
"Good is Heaven. Evil is Hell"
Blake
"The cut worm forgives the plow"
Blake
"Divine am I inside and out, and I make holy whatever I touch or am touch'd from"
and
"I am big... multitudes?"
Whitman
"The fox provides for himself, but God provides for the Lion"
Blake