- Literary Periods
- Romanticism - Final Thoughts
- Anna Barbauld
- In-Class Grp Questions for Barbauld, Cowper, Wollstonecraft
- William Blake Songs
- Wordsworth - "Michael"
- Wordsworth - "Tintern Abbey"
- Wordsworth - The Prelude
- Coleridge Notes
- Byron - Don Juan
- Shelley Study Questions
- Keats's "Ode to a Nightingale"
- Carlyle and Mill Study Questions
- Tennyson & Browning Notes
- "A Visit to Newgate"
- "The Woman Question" - See class D2L Postings, under Victorian Age
- New York Times Article on Sherlock Holmes
- Sherlock Holmes Pictures
- Although Holmes is credited with amazing deductive powers, the stories reveal he uses both deductive and inductive reasoning. References to Holmes's powers of deduction may be rooted in a general sense of the term--to reach a conclusion by reasoning--rather than its meaning within the context of formal logic.
- D. G. Rossetti Poems
- Sassoon poems - Study Questions
- Rhys--"The Day They Burned the Books"
- Notes on Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner
- Midterm Exam Study Guide
- Final Exam Study Guide
- Queen Victoria's Empire
- The Romantics, BBC - from Films On Demand [go to
UWSP Library Home page, online videos link | open Films On Demand
(sign in if off campus) | in the search box type "Nature to Transcendence" |
click on the video to get full program ]
- From Nature to Transcendence (Watch this episode, segments 1-10:
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- From Revolution to Nature
- From Transcendence to Oblivion
- From Nature to Transcendence (Watch this episode, segments 1-10: 37mins, 9secs)
- Enclosure Acts (PDF) (There is currently no author, sponsor, or publication date for this document. You can compare the info here to other sources.)