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User: Romantic poetry is sometimes called poetry.

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User: To which of the following does Shelley compare the clouds in the sky in "Ode to the West Wind"? a sheep's wool paint splattered all over a canvas the hair of a madwoman none of these

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In "London, 1802," Wordsworth addresses
the soul of the dead poet John Milton
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To which of the following does Shelley compare the clouds in the sky in "Ode to the West Wind"? a sheep's wool paint splattered all over a canvas the hair of a madwoman none of these>>>the hair of a madwoman
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