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"Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey" is easy to recognize as a Romantic poem because it

* describes the narrator's emotions about a landscape.
* is about a revolution.
* takes place entirely outdoors.
* argues for the importance of the individual.

  1. SraJMcGin

    Would you hazard a guess? We prefer seeing some of your thinking first! Sorry that I didn't find much:

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    Once you are studying the same poet, you will begin to see the main themes, thus making it easier to analyze another poem by the same poet.

    Sra

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