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

Weegy: he began to emphasize rigid structure
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User: Percy Shelley's imagery in "Ode to the West Wind" helps the reader to _____. better understand how Shelley was affected by his visit to Italy create a vivid mental picture of the storm blowing in both of these none of these

Weegy: Both of these
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User: Which of these is a simile? a comparison that uses the wordsasorlike a comparison that makes its points by equating two things something that stands for something else none of these

Weegy: A simile is a comparison that uses the words "as" or "like." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simile
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User: Beauty plays which of the following roles in "Tintern Abbey"? inspiration divine presence both of these none of these

Weegy: Beauty plays which of the following roles in "Tintern Abbey": both of these - -
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User: In the first three stanzas of "A Child Asleep" Elizabeth Barett Browning associates _____ imagery with the sleeping child. architecture flower geography weather

Weegy: Flower. In the first three stanzas of "A Child Asleep" Elizabeth Barett Browning associates flower imagery with the sleeping child.
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User: A word that relates to Neoclassical emphasis rather than Romantic emphasis is _____. restrictions subjectivity synthesis

Weegy: Subjectivity refers to the subject and his or her perspective, feelings, beliefs, and desires.In philosophy, the term is usually contrasted with objectivity.
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User: Which of these symbols appears in Robert Browning's "Home Thoughts, from Abroad"? the buttercup the melon flower both of these none of these

Weegy: c. both of these
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User: Coleridge's "Kubla Kahn" was based on _____. Coleridge's voyage to the Orient Coleridge's voyage to Xanadu the poet's childhood the poet's dream visions

Weegy: Sir/Madam, the answer is "Coleridge's childhood dreams,"
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User: The Romantic concept of imagination is that it refers to the synthetic action of the mind. True False

User: The franchise remained an exclusive privilege of the aristocrats until 1867. True False

Weegy: The answer is true.
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User: Which of these poets made up the first generation of Romantics? Coleridge and Byron Wordsworth and Coleridge Byron and Tennyson Byron and Keats

Weegy: Keats, Byron, and Shelley would be classified as Romantic poets. [ ]
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