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3 Books to Know: Romantic Era

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3 books to know Literary Realism

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The Literature of England: From the beginnings to the romantic movement

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Major British Poets of the Romantic Period

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Literary Research and the British Romantic Era

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Scandinavian Influences in the English Romantic Movement

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