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Romantic Period

This category will have a list of important works during this period.

William Wordsworth William Wordsworth (1770-1850), British poet, credited with ushering in the English Romantic Movement with the publication of Lyrical Ballads(1798)along with Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Romanticism This movement came to be a new way of viewing -man and his relationship to his environment.Time-line-1798-1850
Mary Shelly Frankenstein-Gothic/1818
Elements of Gothic novels Castle setting/ suspenseful atmosphere/ancient proficiency/omens,portents,visions/supernatural/High even overwrought emotion/women in distress/metonymy of gloom and horror.
Vocabulary linked to Gothic. mystery,fear,terror,sorrow,surprise,haste, sorrow,anger,largeness,darkness
Lord Byron Don Juan 1819-1824
Nathaniel Harthorne The Scarlet Letter;House of Seven Gables;The Blithdale Romance
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