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Q: The Neoclassicists viewed man as a being who existed within certain boundaries; the Romanticists saw man as capable of limitless achievements. True False
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User: The Neoclassicists viewed man as a being who existed within certain boundaries; the Romanticists saw man as capable of limitless achievements. True False

Weegy: True.
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User: The Romantics are known for cynicism, optimism, and melancholy. True False

Weegy: false
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User: Which of the following images is found in Elizabeth Barrett Browning's "Sonnet 43"? candlelight and sunshine quill and ink raindrops none of these

Weegy: Candlelight and sunshine
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User: Tennyson juxtaposes cold, gray stones, which symbolize grief or sadness, and the fisherman's children playing, which symbolizes carefree happiness, in "Crossing the Bar." True False





Weegy: False.
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User: Victorian conduct was based on the virtues of self-reliance, industriousness, temperance, piety, propriety, and moral simplicity. True False

Weegy: True
Expert answered|Fanboy|Points 1771|

User: In "London, 1802," Wordsworth addresses Lucythe famous English poet, William Shakespeareultimate goalthe famous English poet, John Milton; this is called synechdocheallusionmetaphorapostrophe

Weegy: apostrophe
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User: According to the Romanticist's perspective, a poet creates a poem by _____. following certain rules of writing being as objective as possible waiting for inspiration meditating on an experience

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