English Literature CLEP II (Restoration - Romantic)

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Restoration (1667)
"______ ______"
Epic blank verse poem
John Milton
"Paradise Lost"
Restoration (1677)
"The Rover"
Drama, restoration comedy
Female playwright:
Aphra Behn
Restoration (1678 & 1684)
"Pilgrim's Progress" (part I&II)
Religous dream allegory
John Bunyan
Restoration (1681-1687)
"Absalom and Achitophel" and "Song for St. Cecilia's Day"
Satirical poem; ode (respectively)
John Dryden
Georgian (1712-1714)
"The _____ of the ____"
Comic, satirical "mock epic" poem
Alexander Pope
"The Rape of the Lock"
Georgian (1719)
"Robinson Crusoe" and "A Journal of the Plague Year"
Historical Novel
Daniel Defoe
Georgian (1726)
"________'s _____"
Jonathan Swift
"Gulliver's Travels"
Georgian (1742 & 1749)
"Joseph Andrews" and "Tom Jones"
Bildungsroman, picaresque
Henry Fielding
Georgian (1755)
"Dictionary of the English Language"
Dictionary, one of the most influential
Samuel Johnson
Georgian (1791)
"The Life of Samuel Johnson, LL.D."
James Boswell
Georgian (1770s)
"The Rivals", "A Trip to Scarborough", and "The School for Scandal"
Satirical, comedic dramas
Richard Sheridan
Georgian (1751)
"The Elegy Written in a ____ _______"
Pre-Romantic Elegy
Thomas Gray
Country Churchyard
Early Romantic (1793)
"The Lamb", "The Tyger" and "A Poison Tree"
Romantic Poetry
William Blake
Early Romantic (1788-1794)
"Tam o'Shanter", "A Red, Red Rose" and "Auld Lang Syne"
Narrative Poem, Songs
Robert Burns
Romantic (1794)
"The Mysteries of Udolpho"
Gothic novel
Ann Radcliffe
Romantic (1798)
"Lyrical Ballads, with a Few Other Poem"
Poetry collection
Two Authors, Lake Poets: _______ ______ & _____ _____ _________
William Wordsworth & Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Romantic (1798-1850)
"The _____"
Autobiographical blank verse poem
William Wordsworth
"The Prelude"
Romantic (1797 - 1816)
"The Rime of the Ancient Mariner" and "Kubla Khan"
Supernatural Poems
Lake Poet: _____ _____ _______
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Romantic (1801-1805)
"Thalaba the Destroyer " and "Madoc"
Epic poems
Lake Poet, friend of Wordsworth and Coleridge: _____ ______
Robert Southey
Romantic (1802-1804)
"I Wandered ____ as a ______" and "The ______ is Too Much With Us"
Lyric poem; critical sonnet (respectively)
William Wordsworth
'I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud' and 'The World is Too Much With Us'
Romantic (1810-1822)
"Ozymandius", "Mont Blanc", "England in 1819", "Ode to the West Wind", and essay "Defence of Poetry"
Poems, essay
_____ ____ _____
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Romantic (1812-1819)
"Don Juan" and "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage"
Comedic epic satire; melancholy narrative poem (respectively)
George Gordon, better known as ____ ______
Lord Byron
Romantic (1813)
"She ____ in ____"
Lyrical poem
Lord Byron
"She Walks in Beauty"
Romantic (1815)
"Mansfield Park"
Novel of manners
Jane Austen
Romantic (1818)
"________ Unbound"
Lyric drama
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Prometheus Unbound
Romantic (1817-1821)
"Endymion", "La Belle Dame Sans Merci", and Odes including: "Ode on a Grecian Urn" & "To Autumn"
Poems, Odes
John Keats
Romantic (1821-1859)
Essays including "Confessions of an English Opium Eater"
Personal Essays
Three Essayists: 1) Thomas _______ 2) William _____ 3) Charles ____
1) Thomas DeQuincey 2) William Hazlitt 3) Charles Lamb
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