In what ways does the poetry of Whitman and Dickinson support or challenge what we think we know about gender
roles in the nineteenth century? Be specific in referring to several of their poems for support. Consider male and female models of behavior and expectations and possible conflicts with accepted norms at that time. What characteristic(s) of Romanticism would give these two poets a basis for arriving at and promoting their views on gender? Narrow and focus.
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