View lecture: English Romantic Poets ï‚· Reading assignments: o Read introduction â€œRomantic Poets and their Successorsâ€ pp. 896-899. o Read about British poets and their poems: Blakeâ€™s â€œThe Tygerâ€ (pp. 904-908; p.913), Wordsworthâ€™s â€œThe World Is Too Much with Usâ€ (pp. 919-922; p. 933), Shelleyâ€™s â€œOde to the West Windâ€ (pp. 969-971; pp. 973-975), Browningâ€™s â€œMy Last Duchessâ€ (pp. 1011-1012; p. 1016-1017), and Tennysonâ€™s â€œUlyssesâ€ (pp. 1001-1003; pp. 1009-1010).
1. Write and submit a summary of one of the poems read this week. (180 WORDS)
2. Analyze how man’s selfish desires are part of the dramatic monologues read this week. (300 WORDS)
3. How is nature depicted in this weekâ€™s poetry? Choose two poems from this week and analyze their ideas about nature. (300 WORDS)
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