7-10 pages (double spaced, 1-inch margins, 12-point font) + bibliography This pa

7-10 pages (double spaced, 1-inch margins, 12-point font) + bibliography This paper requires that you incorporate outside research (from the sources in your annotated bibliography, or elsewhere if your topic has shifted). Outside sources should be meaningfully engaged; you should think of your paper as in dialogue with other critics. Your argument is about the primary texts, not those critics, but you’re all in the same conversation. Please cite consistently and include a bibliography (no annotations necessary). Make sure that your argument is narrow enough that you can argue your point satisfactorily in a paper of this length; you can use the critical essays you read as a guideline for what you can expect to pull off (though keep in mind that they are typically about 3 times as long as your own paper). Be sure that your argument is clear, articulated in a thesis statement in your first paragraph, and that you use evidence from the primary text(s) to support your argument. Attached is a bibliography I created of great sources to incorporate. Use these listed sources. If you cannot open or find the sources you can look for others ONLY if they are credible and cited correctly. Examples: peer-reviewed article, essay, journal, etc. The argument/ thesis you will be making will include sublimity in Romantic Literature. Create an argument that encompasses both the element of the sublime, what it constructs, and how authors engage with the sublime to unveil meanings within their poetry. What does this provide for romantic literature during its period? The only poems/ poets that should be discussed are: William Wordsworth, Percy Shelley, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”, “Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey”.

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