Which of the following influenced the outlook of the romantic poets of Byron's generation?
the founding principles of ancient Greek democracy
Enlightenment faith in the ability of humans to form their own social rules
the increased freedom of ordinary people after the French Revolution
the destruction of nature following scientific discoveries and the industrial revolution
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Do you think D implies promoting the destruction of nature? I thought maybe he was just bringing awareness to it, or just speaking about Nature in general.
Either way, that is the only option speaking of nature, so do you think this is my best bet?
Yes you a right he was "influenced" by the destruction of nature at the time.
Whether he detested it or not, he was known for spreading the awareness.
Bryon's generation. Not limited to him but to his generation. Freedom had opened up their minds and had given them more opportunities to speak out.
So c not d since people had more freedom and opportunities after the french rev
I would believe so. Outlook sounds like the sphere in which they write poems. And since poems express opinions and personal points of view, C would be the most pertinent answer I think.