(1770-1850) English poet, one of the most accomplished and influential of Englands romantic poets, whose theories and style created a new tradition in poetry.
WORKS:1. The Excursion (1814), a continuation of The Prelude2. The White Doe of Rylstone (1815)3. Peter Bell (1819)4. Ecclesiastical Sonnets (1822)5. Yarrow Revisited and Other Poems (1835)6. The Borderers: A Tragedy (1796; published 1842)7. Michael (1800)8. The Recluse (1800; published 1888)9. Laodamia (1815)10.Memorials of a Tour on the Continent (1822). Wordsworth also wrote the prose works:1. Convention of Cintra (1809)2. A Description of the Scenery of the Lakes in the North of England (1810-1822).
(1772-1834) English poet, critic, and philosopher, who was a leader of the Romantic Movement. The highly imaginative and vivid images of his poems along with their varied rhythms and strange settings evoke the mysterious atmosphere of a fairy tale or nightmare.
WORKS:1. CONVERSATIONAL POEMS “This Lime-Tree Bower My Prison” (1797) “The Nightingale” (1798) “Frost at Midnight” (1798)2. THE RIME OF THE ANCIENT MARINER3. CHRISTABEL (1798)4. KUBLA KHAN (1798)
(1771-1832) Scottish novelist and poet, whose work as a translator, editor, biographer, and critic, together with his novels and poems, made him one of the most prominent figures in English romanticism.
WORKS: BALLADS1. The Minstrelsy of the Scottish Border (1802-1803)2. The Lay of the Last Minstrel (1805)3. Marmion (1808)4. The Lady of the Lake (1810)5. The Bridal of Triermain (1813)6. The Lord of the Isles (1815) NOVELS1. Waverley (1814) began a new series of triumphs.2. Guy Mannering (1815)3. Old Mortality (1816)4. The Heart of Midlothian (1818)5. Rob Roy (1818)6. The Bride of Lammermoor (1819)7. Ivanhoe (1819), Kenilworth (1821)8. Quentin Durward (1823)9. The Fair Maid of Perth (1828)10. Life of Napoleon Buonaparte (1827)
(1775-1817) English novelist, noted for her witty studies of early-19th-century English society. With meticulous detail, Austen portrayed the quiet, day-to-day life of members of the upper middle class. Her works combine romantic comedy with social satire and psychological insight.
WORKS:1. Sense and Sensibility2. Pride and Prejudice3. Mansfield Park (1814)4. Emma, and Persuasion (1818)5. Northanger Abbey6. Persuasion
(1788-1824) English poet, who was one of the most important and versatile writers of the romantic movement.
WORKS:1. Hours of Idleness (1807)2. English Bards and Scotch Reviewers (1809)3. Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage (1812) Byron went on to develop this hero figure in the four Oriental tales:1. The Giaour (1813)2. The Bride of Abydos (1813)3. The Corsair (1814)4. Lara (1814)5. Hebrew Melodies (1815)6. The Prisoner of Chillon (1816)7. Don Juan (1818-1819)8. Manfred (1819)9. Beppo (1818)10. Mazeppa (1819)11. Sardanapalus12. Cain (1821)13.The Vision of Judgment (1822)
(1792-1822) English poet, considered by many to be among the greatest, and one of the most influential leaders of the Romantic Movement. His beliefs concerning love, marriage, revolution, and politics caused him to be considered a dangerous immoralist by some.