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“The Romantic Era” is the first unit in this course that has featured literature in prose form (novels). Today, fiction is the most popular form of literature, and romantic poetry especially is said to appeal to a broader audience than the poetry of earlier eras. As a reader, do you feel this is true? How accessible do you find the literature of the romantic era? Which texts were more accessible than others? What about these texts made them easier to comprehend and/or enjoy?

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