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It is plowed over by the land owner
What happens to the mouses home in "to a mouse"
In to a mouse the poets attitude toward the mouse is one of___
Both vulnerable to tragedy
According to the speaker in "To a mouse" how are humans and mice alike?
You are not alone
But mousie thou art no thy lane.
What does the louse symbolize in "to a louse"
In blakes poem the lamb what idea does the lamb symbolize?
God made us w/ intent to protect us
What is the central idea of the "the lamb"
What type of modern writing does Frankenstein resemble?
A waking dream
In "introduction to Frankenstein" what mental state does Mary Shelly say she was in when she thought of the idea for Frankenstein?
Which is a favorite aim of the romantic poets that Mary Shelly also had in writing Frankenstein?
According to the intro to Frankenstein what was a key element in the gothic novel?
She's going to be inspired.
When I placed my head on a pillow I did not sleep
A thrill of fear ran through her
What details from Frankenstein would lead you to predict that it would be a successful ghost story?
She respects and admires him
What can you infer about shelleys feelings for her husband?
Incessant rain confined her to her house, she found ghost stories
What statement of shelleys help you predict the situation might lead to writing ghost stories.
The vision inspired the story
After listening to the Convo with lord Byron about dr. Darwin she could not sleep and saw a terrifying vision. What does this suggest?
Found himself in the arms of who he had deserted
What detail from shelleys Frankenstein suggest that ghost stories should encourage ethical conduct?
Her story is better
Shelley says she was "annoyed by the platitudes of prose" what prediction might you make about the story from this statement?
What element of gothic novels unites it with romantic tradition.
Mary Shelley saw Frankenstein as the product of her _____
Uplifting power of nature
Summerize the predominant theme of "lines composed a few miles above tintern abbey"
Wordsworth image "of some hermits cave where by his fire the hermit sits alone" could be said to reflect the romantics rejection of the neoclassical emphasis on ________
In"Tintern Abby" wordsworth describes his second visit to the Abby as more _______ than the first
"Tintern Abby" is a poem that celebrates the power of ________
A sense sublime of something who's dwelling is the light of setting sun
Which lines in "Tintern Abby" most directly express wordsworths interest in the discovery of the mystical or the supernatural through nature
Can't describe what he was like when he was young
"I cannot paint/ what then I was...
Talks about narrators emotions of a landscape
How is "Tintern Abby" easy to recognize as a Romantic poem?
It is disorienting
In "the tiger" what do "the forests of the night" suggest?
What is the central theme of the tiger
Frenzied quest for wealth
What is Wordsworth main subject in "the world is too much with us"
The power of mind
At the end of "the world is too much with us" what romantic belief does Wordsworth demonstrate by his example
In "London, 1802" what does, " oh! Raise us up return to us again; and give us manners, virtue, freedom, power.
Life in England has become stale
What does Wordsworth mean by these words from "London, 1802"
"England....is a fen/ of stagnant waters"
On what occasion does the mariner tell his story? Why do you think Coleridge chose this occasion for the poem?
It is a good omen.
They shoot the bird down.
What contradictory connections does the crew make between the albatross and the weather? What does the mariner do to the albatross?
The crew is mad at him for killing the bird.
Why does the Mariner wear the albatross around his neck?
They die, it disconnected him.
What happened to the mariners shipmates? What might this symbolize about the effect of guilt on an individuals perceptions of and relations with other?
He is forgiven if his crime
Why does the albatross fall from the mariners neck?
He has to tell this tale. Leaves him a sadder and wiser man.
What is the mariners lifelong penance? How does this story affect the listener?
Hither to work is weal
Find a phrase from "rhyme of the ancient mariner" that contains alliteration?
Sanctity of Gods creature.
What is the central theme of "rhyme of the ancient mariner"
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