Engl110 week3 assignments

I’m working on a English question and need guidance to help me study.

Q1:

1) First go to “Files,” click “Poetry Unit 2,” watch “LitDeviceLecture2.”

2) Watch the Intro to Romantics video:Introduction to Romantic Poetry (Links to an external site.)Introduction to Romantic Poetry

3) Read The American Romantics packet (Links to an external site.) multiple times, and answer:

a. In “When I Heard The Learn’d Astronomer, ” what is the difference in author’s tone in the lecture hall, versus when he goes outside? What literary devices, particularly with sound, help to create this difference?

b. What’s the author’s message to the world?

c. Respond to a classmate.

This is the classmate’s post, respond to this:

Read The American Romantics packet
a. In “When I Heard The Learn’d Astronomer, ” what is the difference in author’s tone in the lecture hall, versus when he goes outside? What literary devices, particularly with sound, help to create this difference?
-He seems like he is unconcerened in the beginning but at the same time amused. When he gets outside he seems aggravated about it all. “Look’d up in perfect silence at the stars” he was happy that all the talking and noise was over here. “When I sitting heard the astronomer where he lectured with much applause in the lecture-room” here he as to listen at a boring lecture that he was tired of.

b. What’s the author’s message to the world?
-The poet describes feeling ill and bored during a scientific lecture on astronomy. Then, after going outside and looking up at the stars, he seems to feel better. The poem elaborates how people can appreciate certain things in the presence of nature.

Q2:

1) First go to “Files,” click “Poetry Unit 2,” watch “LitDeviceLecture2.”

2) Watch the Intro to Romantics video:Introduction to Romantic Poetry (Links to an external site.)Introduction to Romantic Poetry

3) Read The American Romantics packet (Links to an external site.) multiple times, and answer (1-2 paragraphs each):

a) In Emily Dickinson’s poems “The Rock” and “The Apple Tree,” what do the two poems have in common? Think mood, rhythm, theme, poetic devices. How do these two poems align with romantic values?

b) In “A Dream Within A Dream” by Edgar Allen Poe, what is the setting and the conflict in the first stanza? What bothers him? What’s his mood? In the second stanza, what’s his conflict? What does the sand in his hand represent?

Q3:

1) First go to “Files,” click “Poetry Unit 2,” watch “LitDeviceLecture2.”

2) Watch the Intro to Romantics video:Introduction to Romantic Poetry (Links to an external site.)Introduction to Romantic Poetry

3) Read The European Romantics packet (Links to an external site.) multiple times.

4) Answer: In “To Sleep,” how does Keat’s make sleep sound so great? Where and how does alliteration help this? Conversely, how does he make being awake sound so dreadful?

5) Respond to a classmate.

This is the classmate’s post, respond to this:

Answer: In “To Sleep,” how does Keat’s make sleep sound so great? Where and how does alliteration help this? Conversely, how does he make being awake sound so dreadful?
-Keat makes the tone very mellow and relaxing. The action of sleeping will be associated with a place of wellness and calmness in comparison with the troubles of the daytime. Also a calm tone can be heard when reading it. ” Enshaded in forgetfulness divine: O soothest Sleep! if so it please thee, close”The author knows that during sleep, it is peaceful and no one can bother you. But when you’re awake many things can happen and disturbed you. He would rather be asleep than awake. He makes it known that there is tension with day and night.


Q4:

1) First go to “Files,” click “Poetry Unit 2,” watch “LitDeviceLecture2.”

2) Then watch the Intro to Romantics video:Introduction to Romantic Poetry (Links to an external site.)Introduction to Romantic Poetry

3) Read the European Romantics packet (Links to an external site.) multiple times, answer these questions:

a. What is the mood of “Eagle?” How does alliteration in the first line impact the feeling of the poem?

b. Give a three sentence synopsis of “To A Butterfly.” What does the butterfly represent to the narrator? How do you know this?

c. In “The Tyger,” what is the author trying to make sense of? What is his fundamental question about the world?

d. In “The World,” what is the author’s message to the world? What is his call to action? Refer to specific parts of the poem.


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