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The Lady of Shalott: A Poem and A Painting

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The symbol captured by the figure of The Lady of Shalott within famous works of art help to embody her as an artwork itself: a living piece of life held captive by her… Continue reading

Coleridge’s Christabel: A song of Experience.

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Coleridge’s Christabel provides the image of a Gothic figure formed from the last holdings of pure Romanticism. Christabel’s experience with Geraldine takes readers on a transformational and undeniably dark and eery journey throughout… Continue reading

Wollstonecraft’s Sense and The Senseless: An Impossible Solution

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26 Wednesday Feb 2014 Posted by christianaewart            Being an influential writer of thought during the time of the French Revolution was a task of dedication and strong political,… Continue reading

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