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Romantic poetry is sometimes called _____ poetry.
As far as I know, it's called just that - War poetry, poems of war and remembrance and romantic poetry, romanticism or Symbol
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User: Romantic poetry is sometimes called _____ poetry.



Weegy: As far as I know, it's called just that - War poetry, poems of war and remembrance and romantic poetry, romanticism or Symbol
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User: "Tintern Abbey" was written by _____

Weegy: "Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey on revisiting the banks of the Wye during a tour. [ 13 July 1798"[1] (often abbreviated to "Tintern Abbey", "Lines written a few miles above Tintern Abbey" or simply "Lines") is a poem by William Wordsworth. ]
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User: The Romantics are known for cynicism, optimism, and melancholy. True or False

Weegy: true
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User: Tennyson juxtaposes cold, gray stones, which symbolize grief or sadness, and the fisherman's children playing, which symbolizes carefree happiness, in "Crossing the Bar." True or False

Weegy: true
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User: Which of the following traits belong to the Byronic hero? proud emotional socially isolated simple highly rational restrained

Weegy: simple highly rational restrained
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User: Which of the following was Percy Shelley's inspiration for "Ode to the West Wind"? a thunderstorm a hurricane a blizzard none of these

Weegy: none of these In Shelley's Ode to the West Wind, Shelley wanted his message of reform and revolution spread, and the wind becomes the trope for spreading the word of change through the poet-prophet figure.
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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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