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Wordsworth and Coleridge were identical in their personalities and poetic styles. True False
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User: All sonnets have fourteen lines. True False

User: The philosophy of Romanticism manifested itself in a concern for the rights and dignity of the individual. True False

User: Wordsworth and Coleridge were identical in their personalities and poetic styles. True False

Weegy: FALSE
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User: Milton went blind and worried that he would be unable to use his gift for writing. These fears are reflected in "On His Blindness." True False

Weegy: True
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User: Jonathan Swift wrote for the causes of England. True False

Weegy: Is it true Jonathan Swift wrote to further the Tory cause? ... FALSE - Mark Twain is Samuel Clemen's pseudonym. Jonathan Swift is Jonathan Swift. [ ]
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User: "Don Juan" comments upon the hypocrisies and pretensions of the world. True False

Weegy: True. "Don Juan" comments upon the hypocrisies and pretensions of the world.
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User: Shelley's life was contrary to the ideas he explored in his poetry. True False

Weegy: False
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User: In his poetry, Keats attempted to _____. discuss society's ills and advocate reform achieve emotional restraint and imaginative discipline resolve conflicts between scientific theories and religious beliefs introduce cynicism and emphasis on the melancholy mind

Weegy: It's D. introduce cynicism and emphasis on the melancholy mind
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User: The Victorian era's most prevalent contrast was between _____. prosperity and poverty industrialization and benefits of the past scientific theory and religious beliefs revolution and the status quo

Weegy: (D)revolution and the status quo
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User: The first serious work of the Romantic movement was a collection of poems called _____. Pilgrimage Biographia Literaria "Tintern Abbey" The Lyric Ballads

Weegy: The answer is: The Lyric Ballads by Wordsworth and Coleridge.
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User: John Milton's Paradise Lost _____. was written before he became blind explores the mysteries of heaven and hell is autobiographical is considered a sub-par attempt at epic-writing

Weegy: John Milton's Paradise Lost: B.explores the mysteries of heaven and hell.
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User: One excerpt of Gulliver's Travels is a satire in which the Houyhnhnms' example _____. causes Gulliver to be patient with people's problems improves Gulliver's character helps Gulliver to accept himself as he is causes Gulliver to hate himself and other humans

Weegy: (C)helps Gulliver to accept himself as he is
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User: A woman poet of the Victorian era was _____. Mary Ann Evans Charlotte Bronte Elizabeth Barrett Browning Christabel

Weegy: (C)Elizabeth Barrett
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User: Why is "My Last Duchess" considered a dramatic monologue?

Weegy: "My Last Duchess" is a great example of dramatic dialogue, a poetic form used to narrate and dramatize Victorian concerns. [ As a convention, each dramatic monologue should include: a fiction speaker/audience, a symbolic setting, talismanic props, dramatic gestures, an emphasis on speaker's, subjectivity, a focus on dramatics, problematics of irony/non-irony, and involved reader's role-playing. ]
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User: Describe the Byronic hero.

Weegy: Please let us know what you did not like with our answer.
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User: The rhythm pattern of all sonnets is an unaccented syllable followed by an accented syllable. True False

Weegy: False. This is a common template for the sonnet, but by no means the only one.
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User: The purpose of a tragedy is to evoke and then relieve or cleanse the audience's emotions. True False

Weegy: The answer is True.
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User: In addition to being a poet, Coleridge was also a critic, an essayist, and a playwright. True False

Weegy: False.
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User: The topic sentence of a paragraph is a general statement that summarizes the contents of the paragraph. True False

User: All poetry is rhyming verse. True False

Weegy: False. Haikus don't. Freeform poetry doesn't. Poetry can be anything you want it to be.
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User: The setting of a short story includes time, place, cultural aspects, and characterization. True False

User: Notwithstanding the influence of Classical and foreign drama, Church plays were the first step in the development of English drama. True False

Weegy: It is TRUE that notwithstanding the influence of Classical and foreign drama, Church plays were the first step in the development of English drama.
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