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Wordsworth's early work is considered typical of the Romantic era. His later works are not because _____. 1.he had become disillusioned and his works not longer reflected the Romantic ideals 2.he
began to emphasize rigid 3.structure 4.both of these none of these
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User: Wordsworth's early work is considered typical of the Romantic era. His later works are not because _____. 1.he had become disillusioned and his works not longer reflected the Romantic ideals 2.he began to emphasize rigid 3.structure 4.both of these none of these

Weegy: he began to emphasize rigid structure
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User: Beauty plays which of the following roles in "Tintern Abbey"? 1.inspiration 2.divine presence 3.both of these 4.none of these

Weegy: divine presence
ephraimzRN|Points 2073|

User: Score: Lucy from Wordsworth's "Lucy" poems was most likely _____. 1.Wordsworth's wife, Lucy Shelley 2.Wordsworth's daughter 3.a composite character 4.none of these

Weegy: Some professionals believe Lucky Shelly was created after his sister. However, other professional believe she is a hybrid character of reality and his imagination. The answer you need to choice is: A Composite Character
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User: Score: Wordsworth's "1802" is an address to which famous English poet? 1.William Shakespeare 2.Sir Edmund Spenser 3.john Milton 4.John Donne

Weegy: Wordsworth's "1802", was an address to John Milton.
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User: Score: Coleridge's "Kubla Kahn" was based on _____. 1.his trips to the Orient 2.Coleridge's dream vision 3.Coleridge's childhood dreams 4.none of these

Weegy: Coleridge's "Kubla Kahn" was based on Coleridge's dream vision.
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User: Score: Coleridge was different from Wordsworth in that he was _____. 1.very self-disciplined 2.not persistent 3.both of these 4.none of these

Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is "both of these,"
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User: Coleridge was different from Wordsworth in that he was _____. 1.very self-disciplined 2.not persistent 3.both of these 4.none of these

Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is "both of these,"
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User: Lord Byron was not typical of the Romantic poets because _____. 1.his work reflected his cynicism 2.he emphasized melancholy 3.he eschewed structure 4.none of these





Weegy: 2.he emphasized melancholy
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 783|

User: Score: Which of the following is a characteristic of the Byronic hero? 1.He accepted blame for his fate. 2.He felt that he should pay for his mistake. 3.both of these 4.none of these

Weegy: 4.none of these
Expert answered|justpretty|Points 783|

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Weegy: Five miles meandering with a mazy motion Through wood and dale the sacred river ran, Then reached the caverns measureless to man, And sank in tumult to a lifeless ocean: And ?mid this tumult Kubla heard from far Ancestral voices prophesying [ [ war! ] ] (More)
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