- Literary Periods
- Romanticism - Final Thoughts
- The Hay Wain (1821), John Constable
- 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
- 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 segments 1-10 from this
You are only required to watch the selected segments from From Nature to Transcendance. If you wish to watch more and other episodes, you certainly can. There are three episodes that make up The Romantics series. Search the same way for the other two episodes, which are listed below.
- "From Nature to Transcendence" (Watch segments 1-10 from this episode: 37mins, 9secs)
- From Revolution to Nature
- From Transcendence to Oblivion
- Enclosure Acts (PDF) (There is currently no author, sponsor, or publication date for this document. You can compare the info here to other sources.)