Homework Schedule Definitions & Key Themes of Romanticism Authorial Context in the Romantic Era Writing an Essay Introduction on the Romantics Exemplar Essay on the Sublime https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OiRWBI0JTYQ&list=PLwaLIaLu8wcxR40SjvHa3KGMrLcYyAuLH&index=1 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2-EA6doUf4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=InpMnEPiQZA Podcasts Podcast: Revolutions, Rebels and Romantics (Part 1) Podcast: Revolutions, Rebels and Romantics (Part 2) Podcast: Romanticism Podcast: The Enlightenment
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A compendium of useful links, exemplar material, resources and home learning: William Blake: 'Holy Thursday' Innocence Annotated Poem Radio 4 Podcast: In Our Time 'Songs of Innocence and Experience' GetRevising: Criticisms for William Blake GetRevising: William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience notes
'The Tyger' Annotated Poem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0lmQHdYYqQk&t=6s
Explore the ways change is presented in Intimations of Immortality by William Wordsworth and one other poem of your choice. Both Romantic poets William Wordsworth and John Keats ruminate on the essential nature of change in our lives in their poetry through the symbolic representation of Nature in the seasons; sense of ageing and [...]
Romanticism: Our home study schedule Week 1: Read ‘Pastoral Poetics’ for William Blake. Highlight and make notes ready for discussion. Read the introduction of The Cambridge Introduction to British Romantic Poetry p1-16 Week 2: Read ‘A few lines written about Tintern Abbey’ ahead of analysis Read and annotate Growth of the Classical in [...]
Write about the significance of Nature in the poem, and the speaker’s relationship with Nature: In regards to William Wordsworth and his poetry, including ‘Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey’, nature is one of the most prevalent and significant themes, an overriding thread used to highlight his spirituality, personal traumas and socio-political [...]
‘Compare and contrast Keats and Shelley’s presentation of life and death in their poetry’ Through their poetry, both John Keats and Percy Shelley present the themes of life and death, reflecting their personal philosophies and state of mind during the social and political context of the Romantic era. In particular, Keats’ ‘To Autumn’ and [...]