posted by Danniel on .
William Wordsworth’s poems “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey,” “The World is Too Much with Us,” and “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud.” How are these poems representative of the Romantic Period?
I don't understand this question. Any help /clarification would be great.
Is it that they all talk about how great nature is?
First, make sure you are crystal clear on the meaning of "Romanticism."
Then read through several of these to make sure you are on the right track:
Let us know what you discover.
Its basically about the enlightenment and most of the literature was very dramatic and artistic. All this basically blossomed as a whole and became at its peak. It lasted from the 1800's to the 1850's:)