First and Second Generation Romantic Poets
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This paper provides a discussion of the differences that separate the first generation of Romantic poets from the second generation of Romantic poets, including examples from their works and elements of Romanticism that carry across both generations of poets.
From the Paper:"In "The Norton Anthology of Literature", M. H. Abrams maintains that there are five cardinal elements of Romantic poetry, including the fact that poetry is not an imitation of nature but a representation of the poet's internal emotions. The Romantic poets were grouped into first Coleridge, Wordsworth, Blake, etc. generation, and second, Byron, Shelley, Keats, etc. generation poets. While all of the poets in both generations focused on emotion and nature in their works, there are distinct differences between the generations..."
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