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Which of the following were Victorian essayists? Select all that apply. William Makepeace Thackeray George Eliot Thomas Carlyle Thomas Babington Macaulay Mathew Arnold Charlotte Bronte
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Romantic poets generally believed that nature offered a purpose and meaning beyond its physical appearance. True False
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Weegy: In Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" the speaker is sitting underneath a sycamore tree overlooking Tintern Abbey. The answer is C. both of these. User: The revolution in English literature that logically resulted from the industrial revolution was _____. political industrial philosophical poetic Weegy: (B)industrial User: Select NC if the word relates to Neoclassicism or R if the word relates to Romanticism. Weegy: Restrictions relates to Neoclassicism. NC User: Select NC if the word relates to Neoclassicism or R if the word relates to Romanticism. rules Weegy: NC reason relates to neoclassism User: Select NC if the word relates to Neoclassicism or R if the word relates to Romanticism. reason Weegy: R User: The Industrial Revolution resulted in advantages for some as well as disadvantages for many. True False User: Select NC if the word relates to Neoclassicism or R if the word relates to Romanticism. didactic poetry Weegy: Didadic Poetry is a form of comic poetry that related to Romaticism (R) User: Romantic poets generally believed that nature offered a purpose and meaning beyond its physical appearance. True False Weegy: Romantic poets generally believed that nature offered a purpose and meaning beyond its physical appearance. True (More)
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The Berlin Wall was an imaginary line in East Germany. True False
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