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Literature 2314

Final Exam Review

Mrs. Warren's Profession Bernard Shaw; Written in 1893; Published in 1898.
The Importance of Being Earnest Oscar Wilde; Written/Performed in 1895; Published in 1899.
Vindication of the Rights of Woman Mary Wollstonecraft; Published in 1792.
Professions for Women Virginia Woolfe; Published in 1942.
The Subjection of Women John Stuart Mill; Written in 1860; Published in 1869.
The Daughters of the Later Colonel Katherine Mansfield; Written in 1920; Published in 1922.
The Garden Party Katherine Mansfield; Written in 1921; Published in 1922.
The Moment before the Gun Went Off Nadine Gordimer; Published in 1991.
One out of Many V.S. Naipaul; Published in 1971.
To Room Nineteen Doris Lessing; Published in 1963.
The Prophet's Hair Salman Rushdie; Published in 1981.
Araby James Joyce; Written in 1905; Published in 1914.
A Room with a View E.M. Forster (1908)
Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe; Published in 1958.
The Lady of Shallot Alfred Tennyson (Lord Tennyson); Written around 1831-1832; Published in 1832 & 1842.
Goblin Market Christina Rossetti; Written in 1859; Published in 1862.
The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point Elizabeth Barret Browning; Written in 1846; Published in 1848 & 1850.
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Written in 1797; Published in 1798.
Don Juan George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron); Published in 1819.
The Eve of St. Agnes John Keats; Written in Jan-Feb. 1819; Published in 1820.
Jabberwocky Lewis Carroll; Written in 1855; Published in 1871.
My Last Duchess Robert Browning; Written in 1842; Published in 1842.
The Bishop Orders His Tomb in St. Praxed's Church Robert Browning; Written in 1844; Published in 1845.
Ulysses Alfred Tennyson (Lord Tennyson); Written in 1833; Published in 1842.
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock T.S. Elliot; Written in 1910-1911; Published in 1915 & 1917.
Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey William Wordsworth; Written in July 1798; Published in 1798.
Preface to Lyrical Ballads William Wordsworth; Published in 1800 & 1802.
I wandered lonely as a cloud William Wordsworth; Written in 1804; Published in 1807.
My heart leaps up William Wordsworth; Written on Mar. 26, 1802; Published in 1807.
Ode: Intimations of Immortality Williams Wordsworth; Written in 1802-1804; Published in 1807.
The world is too much with us William Wordsworth; Written in Sept. 1802; Published in 1807.
Defense of Poetry Percy Bysshe Shelley; Written in 1821; Published in 1840.
Songs of Innocence: Introduction William Blake; Published in 1789.
The Lamb (Innocence) William Blake; Published in 1789.
The Little Black Boy (Innocence) William Blake; Published in 1789.
The Chimney Sweeper (Innocence) William Blake; Published in 1789.
Holy Thursday (Innocence) William Blake; Published in 1789.
Earth's Answer (Experience) William Blake; Published in 1794.
The Chimney Sweeper (Experience) William Blake; Published in 1794.
The Sick Rose (Experience) William Blake; Published in 1794.
The Tyger (Experience) William Blake; Published in 1794.
London (Experience) William Blake; Published in 1794.
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell William Blake; Written in 1790-1793; Published in 1790-1793.
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