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Week 1 Assignment: Romantic Period, William Wordsworth
The readings for this week address the third learning objective: Produce an original opinion based on the materials read.
o Lyrical Ballads, Volume 1 (all) http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/8905
o Lyrical Ballads, Volume 2 (selected poems listed below)
-"We Are Seven"
-"Lines Written in Early Spring"
-"The Tables Turned"
-"Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey"
-"Strange fits of passion have I known"
-"She dwelt among the untrodden ways"
-"I wandered lonely as a cloud"
o "The Eolian Harp"
o "This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison"
o "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner"
o "Kubla Khan"
o "To William Wordsworth"
The forum for this week addresses the third learning objective: Produce an original opinion based on assigned literature and the fourth learning objective: Discuss major literary movements in English literature from the 18th century to the present.
After completing the assigned readings and reviewing the resources, discuss the reading of one of the assigned literary authors you believe best represents the Romantic period and why. Be sure to establish a few of the characteristics of Romantic literature and compare those characteristics to the work of the chosen literary author. Use examples from the literary author`s work to support your claims. Use quotes from the works of the literary author to support your claims. Information used from the readings and the literary author should be properly cited.
WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Student`s name Instructor`s name Course Date Wordsworth was in every way the pioneer of the Romanticism movement. In fact, the British Romanticism literary movement is in most cases traced to the Lyrical Ballads, a Wordsworth masterpiece collection of poems. Why was Wordsworth important?