English III: 2nd Semester--Author Information, Works, and Eras
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challenged fundamental traditions and conventions of the past
guided by emotion and intuition
responded to World War II
directly incorporated Darwinism within literature
depicted everyday life
presented reality of the everyday including the negative aspects
guided by rationalism
responded to the civil war
"Leaves of Grass"
"Hope is the Thing with Feathers"
"Narrative of the Life of __________, an American Slave"
"The Law of Life"
"The Call of the Wild"
"A Story of an Hour"
What author challenged conventional form with free verse?
What author participated in the Klondike Gold Rush?
What author was the first millionaire author in America?
What author challenged conventional content with unique images and metaphors?
What author became a U.S ambassador?
What author challenged conventional form with compressed poetry?
What author worked on a whaling ship?
What author challenged conventional content with vulgar topics?
What author never married and became a recluse?
What authors poems were published after their death?
What author independently went out in public unattended?
What author was inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson?
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