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Writers In Britain: The Romantic Poets

AuthorNicola Barber, Patrick Lee-Browne

NarratorKrystyna Gajda

Duration57m

CategoriesChildren and Young Adult Non-Fiction and Educational Titles, English Non Fiction, English, History

Key StageKS3

PublisherInhouse

VersionUnabridged

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This audiobook looks at the lives of six extraordinary poets (Blake, Wordsworth, Shelley, Coleridge, Byron and Keats) whose work helped shape the Romantic movement, and examines the historical, political and social background that influenced them.

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