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Question 1

The World is Too Much with Us
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Appeared in Year: 2013

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The impact of the French Revolution on the English romantic poets.

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  • There would be no exaggeration if one says that the Romantic Movement (1770 - 1850) evolved with the evolution of the French Revolution (1789 - 1799) in the background. The major themes of the Revolution came out to be the dignity of common man and voicing the human spirit.
  • With the abolition of monarchy, all the people had a sigh of relief and star…

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Question 2

The World is Too Much with Us
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Appeared in Year: 2014

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Democratization of poetry during the Romantic Movement.

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Democratization of Poetry and the Romantic Movement

  • The Romantic Movement I English literature was influenced by the French Revolution. Both evolved simultaneously. Social transformation occurred on the lines of the Revolution. The themes of the French Revolution included – abolition of monarchy, a better say for a common man and respect for the hum…

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