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  • Final Jeopardy

    ROMANTIC MOVEMENT JeopardyDead Poets SocietyDancing DulcimerSylvan HistorianThe WilliesMy Left FootWedded Bliss100100100100100100200200200200200200300300300300300300400400400400400400500500500500500500

  • Dead Poets Society: 100

    This poet was expelled from Oxford for atheistic beliefs.

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  • Dead Poets Society: 100 Answer

    Shelley

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  • Dead Poets Society: : 200The Romantic Movement surfaced as a direct response to the environmental and oppressive condition of this period.Answer

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    The Industrial Revolution

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  • Dead Poets Society: : 300To flee from the manacles of industry and conformity, the poets retreated to a community in England called the __________.

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    The Lake District

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  • Dead Poets Society: 400

    Wordsworth coined this term to define ones imagination

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  • Dead Poets Society: 400

    Inward Eye

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  • Dead Poets Society: : 500

    Nature and his relationship with his sister were this poets two inspirations

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    Wordsworth

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 100

    For he on honeydew hath fed,And drunk the milk of paradise.

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 100Answer

    Kubla Khan

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 200The ancient mariner blesses these creatures, and then he is able to pray.Answer

  • Dancing Dulcimer: 200Answer

    Water snakes

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 300Farewell, farewell! But this I tellTo theeHe prayeth well, who loveth wellBoth man and bird and beast.

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    The Rime of the Ancient Mariner

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 400And all should cry, Beware! Beware! His flashing eyes, his floating hair!

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 400Answer

    Kubla Khan

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 500

    So I will build my altar in the fields,and the blue sky my fretted dome shall be

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  • Dancing Dulcimer: 500Answer

    To Nature

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  • Sylvan Historian: 100

    Heard melodies are sweet,But those unheard are sweeter.

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    Ode on a Grecian Urn

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  • Sylvan Historian: 200

    Before he began to write poetry, he worked as a surgeons assistant

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  • Sylvan Historian: 200Answer

    Keats

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  • Sylvan Historian: 300Beauty is _________,__________, beauty. That is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.- Ode on a Grecian Urn

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  • Sylvan Historian: 300Answer

    truthGame Board

  • Sylvan Historian: 400Much of Keats poetry was composed to reflect on his relationship with this womanAnswer

  • Sylvan Historian: 400Answer

    Fanny Brawne

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  • Sylvan Historian: 500

    Then on the shore of the wide world I stand alone

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  • Sylvan Historian: 500Answer

    When I Have Fears

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  • The Willies: 100This poet initially began his career as an illuminated printer.

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  • The Willies: 100Answer

    William Blake

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  • The Willies: 200For oft, when onMy couch I like, In vacantOr in pensive mood...

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    I Wandered As Lonely As A Cloud

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  • The Willies: 300What immortal hand or eyeCould frame thy fearful symmetry?

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  • The Willies: 300Answer

    The Tyger

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  • The Willies: 400The invisible worm That flies in the nightIn the howling stormAnswer

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    The Sick Rose

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  • The Willies: 500This city now doth, like a garment, wear The beauty of the morning; silent, bare

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    Composed Upon Westminster Bridge

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  • My Left Foot: 100Mary Shelley composed Frankenstein as a ghost story writing contest with her husband and this poet

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  • My Left Foot: 100Answer

    Lord Byron

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  • My Left Foot: 200

    Byron served as an expatriated soldier who fought for this countrys freedom

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  • My Left Foot: 200Answer

    Greece

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  • My Left Foot: 300 Born with a club foot, a hidden vulnerability and a thrill for adventure, the archetype for this poet is called the _______________

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    The Byronic Hero

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  • My Left Foot: 400 And I have loved thee, Ocean! And my joyOf youthful sports was on thy breast to beBorne, like thy bubbles, onward.Answer

  • My Left Foot: 400Answer

    Childe Harolds Pilgrimmage

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  • My Left Foot: 500

    And on that cheek, and oer that brow, So soft, so calm, yet eloquent,The smiles that win, the tints the glowA heart whose love is innocent!

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  • My Left Foot: 500Answer

    She Walks in Beauty

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  • Wedded Bliss: 100

    Nothing besides remains round the the decay of that colossal wreckAnswer

  • Wedded Bliss: 100Answer

    Ozymandias

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  • Wedded Bliss: 200Wild spirit, which art moving everywhere;Destroyer and preserver; hear, oh, hear!

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  • Wedded Bliss: 200

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    Ode To The West Wind

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  • Wedded Bliss: 300

    This poet suffered constant bullying as a child (too bad he wasnt nicer to his first wife).Answer

  • Wedded Bliss: : 300

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    Percy Bysshe Shelley

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  • Wedded Bliss: 400

    This Romantic Poet actually taught his wife, Catherine Boucher, how to readAnswer

  • Wedded Bliss: 400

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    William Blake

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  • Wedded Bliss: 500

    This poet found an ideal relationship with Robert Southey, and together they dreamed of forming a utopian Pantisocracy

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  • Wedded Bliss: 500AnswerSamuel Taylor ColeridgeGame Board

  • Daily Double

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  • Final Jeopardy QuestionOne whose name was writ in water is found on this poets gravestoneAnswer

  • Final Jeopardy Answer

    John Keats

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