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Unit V: The Romantics
Historical background, pp. 423-427.
After you have finished reading the historical survey, please take the background quiz for the unit.
- "Introduction" (Songs of Innocence), p. 429.
- "Introduction" (Songs of Experience), p. 429.
- "The Lamb" (Songs of Innocence), p. 430.
- "The Tyger" (Songs of Experience), p. 430.
- "Holy Thursday" (Songs of Innocence), p. 431.
- "Holy Thursday" (Songs of Experience), p. 431.
- "The Divine Image" (Songs of Innocence), p. 433.
- "The Human Abstract" (Songs of Experience), p. 433.
- "Proverbs of Hell" (The Marriage of Heaven and Hell), p. 434.
- "A New Jerusalem" (Milton), p. 435-6.
- "To a Mouse", pp. 439-440.
- "John Anderson, My Jo", p. 440.
- "A Red, Red Rose", p. 441.
- "Auld Lang Syne", p. 441.
- You can find a selection of Burns' other poems here at the Poetry Archive site.
Mary Wollstonecraft, from A Vindication of the Rights of Woman, pp. 444-446. If you are interested, you can find the whole text of the Vindication here at the Wiretap site.
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