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Unformatted text preview: 7. literature should keep humans emotionally alive and morally sensitive II. Goody Blake, and Harry Gill, A True Story ( Lyrical Ballads 1798) A. narrative poetry B. form C. political implications III. Lines, composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey ( Lyrical Ballads 1798) A. Form of the poem How does the poem exemplify the ideas given in the Preface? B. Organization of the poem 1. describes the present scene of the River Wye 2. reflects on past five years 3. elaborates the comfort received from memory 4. compares remembered picture in his mind to the present one 5. recognizes the sublime beauty of the universe 6. addresses Dorothy and her experience of the scene A. Nature and memory 1. anchor, nurse, guide, and guardian 2. the soul of all my moral being (lines 105-111) 3. the self and nature (how is nature viewed by each subject-position in the poem?) 4. Dorothys role in Williams meditations...
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