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  1. Restoration poetry:

    Primary sources:

    – Lord Rochester, ‘A Satyr on Charles II’

    – John Dryden, ‘Absalom and Achitophel’

    – Katherine Phillips, ‘Friendship’s Mystery’

    – Jonathan Swift, ‘On Stella’s Birthday’

    – Lady Mary Chudleigh, ‘To the Ladies’

    – ‘Prologue’ and ‘Scene 1’ of Farquhar, George. The Recruiting Officer (London: Methuen, 2011)

2. ‘Oroonoko’ by Aphra Behn

3. Romantic Poetry:
– Shelley, ‘To a Skylark’
– Wollstonecraft, A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (Chapter 2, in first edition of 1792)
– Blake, ‘Songs of Innocence and Experience’
– Coleridge, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”
– Kubla Khan “This Lime-tree Bower my Prison”
– Wordsworth, “Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey”
– Robinson, “London’s Summer Morning” , “The Poor Singing Dame” , “The Haunted Beach” , “To the poet Coleridge”
– Eagleton, “How to Read a Poem”

4. Melodrama: ‘The Bells’ by Lewis Leopold and ‘The Vampire’ by J. R Planche

Part 1 (300 words): Literature Survey

Part 2 (150 words): Introduction

Part 3 (650 words): Close textual analysis

Part 4 (100 words): Conclusion

Part 5 (words not counted): Bibliography

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Type of assignment: Essay
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Academic level: Freshman (college 1st year)
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