To what extent is the Romantic poet, in the words of Wordsworth, ‘a man speaking to men’? Remember that your answer must discuss at least one poem. Discuss the relationship between imagination and knowledge or insight in
two or more Romantic texts. Romantic poems often include figures who are identified as poets. How do
such poems characterise ‘the poet’? How important is ‘the past’ to Romantic selfhood. You might want to
consider the importance of memory in Romantic poetry. Lyric poems are characterised by the use of the lyric ‘I’ as ‘narrator’. Discuss the relationship between this ‘narrator’ and other people OR the ‘narrator’ and the natural world in two or more Romantic lyric poems. Are Romantic writers attracted to nature because it is pure, unchanging and/or not affected by human activity?
7. Compare and contrast two or more Romantic texts that use the concept of
the ‘Sublime’. One of these texts must be a poem.
8. How do Romantic period texts represent working-class people and/or
9. How do two or more Romantic texts respond to the violence of the French
10.Discuss the meaning of freedom for Romantic writers.
13.‘His helpmate was a comely matron, […] / Whose heart was in her house.’
Wordsworth, ‘Michael’. Discuss representations of women in Romantic
14.Do Romantic writers challenge gender inequality?
15.Discuss the relationship between Gothic literature and Romanticism in the Romantic period.
16. What evidence is there in the literature of the period that writers had a sense of themselves as part of a movement known as ‘Romanticism’?
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