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Romantic Poetry
My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold (35)... W…
Frost At Midnight (100)... Samuel Taylor…
She Walks in Beauty (114)... Lord Byron
On This Day I Complete My Thirty-Sixth…
-Love of life and capacity to take pleasure in simple joys... -P…
-So quiet that it was disturbing... -Baby is blank slate... -Wants…
-Comparing women to nature ... -Contrast between light and dark…
-Encourages the revolution though he is incapable of fighting…
My Heart Leaps Up When I Behold (35)... W…
-Love of life and capacity to take pleasure in simple joys... -P…
Frost At Midnight (100)... Samuel Taylor…
-So quiet that it was disturbing... -Baby is blank slate... -Wants…
11 terms
Romantic Poetry
Interest in the common man and childhood
Strong senses, emotions, and feelings
Awe of nature
Celebration of the individual
Romantics believed in the natural goodness of humans which is…
Romantics believed that knowledge is gained through intuition…
Romantics stressed the awe of nature in art and language and…
Romantics often elevated achievements of the misunderstood, h…
Interest in the common man and childhood
Romantics believed in the natural goodness of humans which is…
Strong senses, emotions, and feelings
Romantics believed that knowledge is gained through intuition…
26 terms
Romantic poetry
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
William Wordsworth:
William Blake
Percy Bysshe Shelley
"Kubla Khan," The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "The Aeolian…
"Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" and "The Wor…
The Chimney Sweeper," "Tyger, Tyger," "The Lamb," "Little Boy…
"Ode to the West Wind," Ozymandias," "To a Skylark" married o…
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"Kubla Khan," The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "The Aeolian…
William Wordsworth:
"Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" and "The Wor…
Romantic Poetry
Pantheistic
Beauty of Supernatural
Championing Individual
Importance of Nature
Caring for nature, celebrate life, God is nature and life the…
Something existed beyond physical world. Spirit would have un…
Ordinary people now become subject of language. Free itself f…
Nature is powerful. Ca refresh soul, gave nature human qualit…
Pantheistic
Caring for nature, celebrate life, God is nature and life the…
Beauty of Supernatural
Something existed beyond physical world. Spirit would have un…
10 terms
ROmantic Poetry
William Blake
William Blake
William Blake
Robert Burns
The Echoing Green
The Lamb
The Tyger
To A Mouse
William Blake
The Echoing Green
William Blake
The Lamb
Romantic Poetry
This Lime Tree Bower my Prison
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
The Lamb
The Tyger
Coleridge
Coleridge
Blake
Blake
This Lime Tree Bower my Prison
Coleridge
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Coleridge
10 terms
Romantic Poetry
Themes of romantic poetry
The year romantic poetry started and t…
Theme of the world is too much with us
The world is too much with us
Nature, Imagination, Common man, Personal Expirience
1798
Nature
buying and selling
Themes of romantic poetry
Nature, Imagination, Common man, Personal Expirience
The year romantic poetry started and t…
1798
36 terms
romantic poetry
most popular american poet; first one…
first mature american romantic poet
dismisssed by modern poets for writing…
followed the deist philosophy
henry wadsworth longfellow
william cullen bryant
henry longfellow
william cullen bryant
most popular american poet; first one…
henry wadsworth longfellow
first mature american romantic poet
william cullen bryant
21 terms
Pre-romantic/ romantic poetry
Blake
Burns
Wordsworth
George Gordon aka Lord Byron
Holy thursday
To a mouse/ Auld Lang Syne
Tintern Abbey/ world is too much with us/ My heart leaps up
She walks in beauty/ when we two parted
Blake
Holy thursday
Burns
To a mouse/ Auld Lang Syne
Romantic Poetry
"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
"The Solitary Reaper"
"The World Is Too Much With Us"
"On a Ruined House in a Romantic Count…
William Wordsworth
William Wordsworth
William Wordsworth
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud"
William Wordsworth
"The Solitary Reaper"
William Wordsworth
Romantic poetry
described as "mad, bad, and dangerous…
had an opium addiction
married the writer who later wrote Fra…
wrote about a haunted sailor
Lord Byron
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
described as "mad, bad, and dangerous…
Lord Byron
had an opium addiction
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Romantic poetry
When did the romantic period take place?
Describe the romantic journey:
Who were the first American poets to r…
romantic poetry was written for the __…
Approximately 1800-1860
-on the country side (heavy emphasis on nature)... -There is a p…
Fireside poets
common
When did the romantic period take place?
Approximately 1800-1860
Describe the romantic journey:
-on the country side (heavy emphasis on nature)... -There is a p…
Romantic poetry
Shelley
Wordsworth
Keats
Coleridge
Most radical in his political and social views
Named poet laureate
Does very young of tuberculosis
Wrote the rime of the ancient mariner
Shelley
Most radical in his political and social views
Wordsworth
Named poet laureate
Romantic poetry
"Bright star, would I were stedfast (c…
" Pillow'd upon my fair love's ripenin…
"She walks in beauty, like the night…
The Romantics highlighted the healing…
Bright star by John Keats
Bright star by John Keats
She walks in beauty by Lord Byron
Context
"Bright star, would I were stedfast (c…
Bright star by John Keats
" Pillow'd upon my fair love's ripenin…
Bright star by John Keats
11 terms
Romantic Poetry
the Lamb
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
To a Mouse
The Chimney Sweeper Songs of Experience
author: William Blake ... attitude: naive/innocent... structure: 1s…
author: Thomas Grey... attitude: gloomy, melancholy, somber... stru…
author: Robert Barnes... attitude: remorseful... structure: lyric p…
author: William Blake... attitude: upset, solemn, bitter, angry…
the Lamb
author: William Blake ... attitude: naive/innocent... structure: 1s…
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
author: Thomas Grey... attitude: gloomy, melancholy, somber... stru…
94 terms
Romantic Poetry
The questions of Romanticism
Romantics were looking for
The time period of the Romantic Era
Romanticism was during the Age of...
1. What can people learn from nature?... 2. Is emotion stronger…
truth and beauty
1798-1832
Revolution
The questions of Romanticism
1. What can people learn from nature?... 2. Is emotion stronger…
Romantics were looking for
truth and beauty
12 terms
Romantic Poetry
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
Ode on a Grecian Urn
I wandered Lonely as a Cloud
The Solitary Reaper
Keats
Keats
Wordsworth
Wordsworth
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
Keats
Ode on a Grecian Urn
Keats
Romantic Poetry
Interest in the common man and childhood
Strong senses, emotions, and feelings
Awe of nature
Celebration of the individual
Romantics believed in the natural goodness of humans which is…
Romantics believed that knowledge is gained through intuition…
Romantics stressed the awe of nature in art and language and…
Romantics often elevated achievements of the misunderstood, h…
Interest in the common man and childhood
Romantics believed in the natural goodness of humans which is…
Strong senses, emotions, and feelings
Romantics believed that knowledge is gained through intuition…
15 terms
Romantic Poetry
recompense
roused
presumption
anatomize
payment in return for something
stirred up
audacity
to dissect in order to examine structure
recompense
payment in return for something
roused
stirred up
Romantic Poetry
Allegory
Allusion
Alliteration
Internal Rhyme
Poem with hidden meaning
Indirect Reference
Repeating letter or sound
Rhyme in the middle and end
Allegory
Poem with hidden meaning
Allusion
Indirect Reference
8 terms
Romantic Poetry
"Thanatopsis"
"Eldorado"
"The Tide Rises, the Tide Falls"
"The Cross of Snow"
Willian Cullen Bryant
Edgar Allan Poe
Henry Wadsorth Longfellow
Henry Wadsorth Longfellow
"Thanatopsis"
Willian Cullen Bryant
"Eldorado"
Edgar Allan Poe
19 terms
romantic poetry
ballad meter
ballad poetry
chiasmus
elegy
the meter common in English ballads consisting chiefly of iam…
tells a story, often of love, betrayal, or death, in a songli…
a statement consisting of two parallel parts in which the sec…
a sorrowful poem or speech
ballad meter
the meter common in English ballads consisting chiefly of iam…
ballad poetry
tells a story, often of love, betrayal, or death, in a songli…
Romantic Poetry
romanticism
main idea of romanticism
1st generation poets
William Wordsworth
developments in the art, literature, music, and philosophy in…
individuality, follow ideals instead of rules
- supported the French Revolution at the beginning, but then…
- 1770-1850 ... - British poet... - 1st generation... - lost his paren…
romanticism
developments in the art, literature, music, and philosophy in…
main idea of romanticism
individuality, follow ideals instead of rules
31 terms
Romantic Poetry
Romantic Period
Revolution and Reaction
The Reign of Terror
British Reaction
(1789-1832) nearly all the attitudes and tendencies of the 18…
-French Revolution began July 14, 1789 with the storming of t…
-1792: France declared war against Austria and Prussia... -Jacob…
-Britons turned against violence of Reign of Terror... -fear of…
Romantic Period
(1789-1832) nearly all the attitudes and tendencies of the 18…
Revolution and Reaction
-French Revolution began July 14, 1789 with the storming of t…
13 terms
Romantic Poetry
Wordsworth... (major)
Blake... (major)
Coleridge... (major)
Byron... (minor)
God is nature; every description of nature is followed by his…
God is humanity; complex emotions with simple subjects; natur…
God is God; supernatural, mystery and magic; dreamlike trance…
unconventional and eccentric; wild (slept around); iconic her…
Wordsworth... (major)
God is nature; every description of nature is followed by his…
Blake... (major)
God is humanity; complex emotions with simple subjects; natur…
36 terms
Romantic Poetry
Wordsworth
Wordsworth
Blake
Blake
beauty and grandeur of nature
memory, growth, nature is an inspiration
otherworldly presences
seemingly simple metaphors that end up being more complex
Wordsworth
beauty and grandeur of nature
Wordsworth
memory, growth, nature is an inspiration
16 terms
Romantic Poetry
stanza
open poem
closed poem
enjambment
a group of poetic lines corresponding to paragraphs in prose
a type of structure or form in poetry characterized by freedo…
a type of form or structure in poetry characterized by regula…
a line having no end punctuation but running over to the next…
stanza
a group of poetic lines corresponding to paragraphs in prose
open poem
a type of structure or form in poetry characterized by freedo…
11 terms
Romantic Poetry
Recompense
Sordid
Stagnant
Visage
payment in return for something
dirty
motionless
face
Recompense
payment in return for something
Sordid
dirty
39 terms
Romantic Poetry
Characteristic of Romantic Movement
Characteristic of Romantic Movement 2
Characteristic of Romantic Movement 3
Characteristic of Romantic Movement 4
it was a reaction to industrial revolution b/c it celebrated…
It was a reaction of French revolution in its values of indiv…
it often involved a sense of longing for something that hadn'…
It celebrated the folk culture of England and its surrounding…
Characteristic of Romantic Movement
it was a reaction to industrial revolution b/c it celebrated…
Characteristic of Romantic Movement 2
It was a reaction of French revolution in its values of indiv…
Romantic Poetry
Recompense
Sordid
Stagnant
Visage
payment in return for something
dirty
motionless
face
Recompense
payment in return for something
Sordid
dirty
Romantic Poetry
Wordsworth
Blake
Coleridge
Byron
1st generation poet who believed God was nature and incorpora…
1st generation poet with a lot of emotion, very artistic
1st generation poet who wrote a lot about the supernatural du…
2nd generation poet who was not religious, a realist and used…
Wordsworth
1st generation poet who believed God was nature and incorpora…
Blake
1st generation poet with a lot of emotion, very artistic
romantic poetry
pindaric ode
horatian ode
romantic meditative ode
sublime
complex stanzas, divided into sets of three: strophe, antistr…
calm, meditative, colloquial; homostrophic (consistent stanza…
describes particular outdoor scene; involves extended meditat…
the controlling principle behind the sublime is fear
pindaric ode
complex stanzas, divided into sets of three: strophe, antistr…
horatian ode
calm, meditative, colloquial; homostrophic (consistent stanza…
Romantic Poetry
Historical Events
Subjectivity
Love of Nature
Spontaneity
Industrial Revolution... Age of Enlightenment... French Revolution…
an expression of the inner urges of the soul of the artist-fr…
the beauties of the outdoors; carries us away from the suffoc…
the spontaneous overflow of emotions and feelings
Historical Events
Industrial Revolution... Age of Enlightenment... French Revolution…
Subjectivity
an expression of the inner urges of the soul of the artist-fr…
19 terms
Romantic Poetry
Romantic Age
Personification
Imagery
Simile
1798-1837
the act of giving human qualities to animals or inanimate obj…
words that appeal to the senses, used to create an image in t…
comparison between two unlike things using like or as
Romantic Age
1798-1837
Personification
the act of giving human qualities to animals or inanimate obj…
Romantic Poetry
Resolution and Independence
Simon Lee
Anecdote for Fathers
Tintern Abbey
Iambic Pentameter
Ballad
Ballad
Blank verse
Resolution and Independence
Iambic Pentameter
Simon Lee
Ballad
29 terms
romantic poetry
wordsworth
blake
byron
coleridge
-nature=holy... -how nature makes him feel... -growth... -memory... -beau…
-religious, but questions it... -seemingly simple metaphors with…
-foreign scenes and customs... -not big on religion or transcend…
-can be completely fantastical or completely normal... -religiou…
wordsworth
-nature=holy... -how nature makes him feel... -growth... -memory... -beau…
blake
-religious, but questions it... -seemingly simple metaphors with…
18 terms
Romantic Poetry
Dialect
Symbol
Lyric poetry
Ode
The language and particularly the speech habits of a specific…
A word, image, or idea that represents something else.
Expresses the personal thoughts and feelings of a single spea…
Type of lyric poetry that is serious and often intensely emot…
Dialect
The language and particularly the speech habits of a specific…
Symbol
A word, image, or idea that represents something else.
Romantic Poetry
1798
Burns
Blake
First Gen
1832
To a mouse, to a louse
Clod and Pebble, Lamb and Tiger
Wordsworth and Coleridge
1798
1832
Burns
To a mouse, to a louse
32 terms
romantic poetry
what did the romantics reject
what did the romantics admire
what were "the more modern sensibiliti…
how did the early romantic writers res…
classical forms, reason
beauty of nature, emotions and imagination, individual spirit
the energy and character of growing America: glories of the i…
they responded to the Puritan age of reason and focused more…
what did the romantics reject
classical forms, reason
what did the romantics admire
beauty of nature, emotions and imagination, individual spirit
15 terms
Romantic Poetry
London 1802
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Composed on Westminister Bridge
She walks in Beauty
Wealth has forfeited hapiness... Wordsworth wants to return to…
Connects to imagination... Reflection on how nature brings joy…
The peace that comes from London ... Wordsworth
Compares beauty with the night... Lord Byron
London 1802
Wealth has forfeited hapiness... Wordsworth wants to return to…
I wandered lonely as a cloud
Connects to imagination... Reflection on how nature brings joy…
romantic poetry
William Blake
William Wordsworth
Saumel Taylor Coelridge
Lord Bryon
The Tyger
Tintern Abbey
Kublah kahn
she walks in beauty
William Blake
The Tyger
William Wordsworth
Tintern Abbey
9 terms
Romantic poetry
My heart leaps up
Lines Composed on Westminster Bridge
I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud
On the Extinction of the Venetian Repu…
My heart leaps up when I behold ... A rainbow in the sky:... So wa…
Earth has not anything to show more fair: ... Dull would he be o…
I wandered lonely as a cloud ... That floats on high o'er vales…
Once did She hold the gorgeous east in fee;... And was the safeg…
My heart leaps up
My heart leaps up when I behold ... A rainbow in the sky:... So wa…
Lines Composed on Westminster Bridge
Earth has not anything to show more fair: ... Dull would he be o…
59 terms
Romantic Poetry
fowler
plashy
illimitable
rude
bird hunter
marshy, wet
boundless
roughly made
fowler
bird hunter
plashy
marshy, wet
16 terms
Romantic Poetry
To a Mouse
To a Louse
The Lamb
The Tyger
Robert Burns
Robert Burns
William Blake
William Blake
To a Mouse
Robert Burns
To a Louse
Robert Burns
8 terms
Romantic Poetry
Imagination
Nature
Symbolism and Myth
Feelings and Intuition
supreme faculty of the mind
work of art created by God
human ways of relating in expressions
necessary supplement of reason
Imagination
supreme faculty of the mind
Nature
work of art created by God
22 terms
Romantic Poetry
Sonnet 18
Sonnet 73
Sonnet 116
The romantic period
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Autumn vs. the end of life
William Shakespeare
Human adventure, passion, delight, emotion, supernatural
Sonnet 18
But thy eternal summer shall not fade
Sonnet 73
Autumn vs. the end of life
Romantic Poetry
Free verse
Cadence
Rhyme
Parallelism
Poetry that does not conform to regular meter or rhyme scheme
The natural, rhythmic rise and fall of language as it is norm…
The repetition of vowel sounds in accented syllables and all…
The repetition of words or phrases that have similar grammati…
Free verse
Poetry that does not conform to regular meter or rhyme scheme
Cadence
The natural, rhythmic rise and fall of language as it is norm…
Romantic Poetry
The questions of Romanticism
Romantics were looking for
The time period of the Romantic Era
Romanticism was during the Age of...
1. What can people learn from nature?... 2. Is emotion stronger…
truth and beauty
1798-1832
Revolution
The questions of Romanticism
1. What can people learn from nature?... 2. Is emotion stronger…
Romantics were looking for
truth and beauty
33 terms
Romantic Poetry
Romanticism
Industrial Revolution
The Romantic Age
Two Generations of Poets: 1st Generation
1780-1830... Departure from Age of Reason... daring, individual, im…
1750-1850... poor working conditions in cities... Romantic writers…
sense of the uniqueness of the individual... deep personal earne…
1786-1805... Blake, Burns, Wordsworth, Coleridge
Romanticism
1780-1830... Departure from Age of Reason... daring, individual, im…
Industrial Revolution
1750-1850... poor working conditions in cities... Romantic writers…
Romantic Poetry
John Keats
Lord Byron
William Blake
William Wordsworth
"When I have fears that I may cease to be"... "To Autumn"... "On fi…
"When we two parted"... "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"... "So we'll g…
"Songs of Innocence"... "The Lamb"... "Songs of Experience"... "The Ty…
"I wander'd lonely as a cloud"(Daffodils)
John Keats
"When I have fears that I may cease to be"... "To Autumn"... "On fi…
Lord Byron
"When we two parted"... "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"... "So we'll g…
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