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Una Marson Quiz | Bio , Birth , Info
Jamaican activist who was a feminist, playwright, poet and radio programmer. She is one of the most celebrated activists of the 20th century and was instrumental in the canonization of Caribbean literature.
BYRAHUL KUMAR3 months ago
Authors/writer/poet facts..
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BYmeenakshi3 months ago
Mark Twain - Quiz | Test, About bio, Birthday, Height, Net worth, Zodiac sign
Twain was raised in Hannibal, Missouri, which later provided the setting for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. He served an apprenticeship with a printer and then worked as a typesetter, contributing articles to the newspaper of his older brother Orion Clemens.
BYNashra Waqar3 months ago
Quiz: What British romantic poet are you?
The quiz helps you to determine which British romantic poet are you. Play the What British romantic poet are you? --- ----- -------- The quiz helps you to determine which British romantic poet you are. Play the What British romantic poet are you? What British Romantic Poet Are You: You got: Lord Byron You got freaking Lord Byron. You would be Lord Byron. Because you’re so damn charming and mysterious. And your personality is infectious. And you’re friendly, popular and attractive. Everyone wants to be you, even your haters (because there’s no way someone as cool as you doesn’t have haters). And you don’t even mind the haters; it’s just something else to brood about, which makes you even cooler as a result. The Romantics were the rock stars of their day: hot, young, and talented. They wrote about love, about beauty, about the natural world that was just starting to be threatened by the arrival of the modern age, and - since they took a whole bunch - about drugs. They captured the sense of a world in flux, as the Great Powers of the day began to change the way they dealt with one another at the Congress of Vienna, and the age of empires expanded across the globe. It was a disorienting time when railways broke the silence of the countryside, and millions of people moved to the cities to work in the factories that sprang up everywhere. Proto-movements that later came to be known as socialism, feminism, communism, fascism, organized labor and universal suffrage were born as the population exploded and the world grew exponentially smaller. The pioneers of the Romantic wave were Coleridge and Wordsworth, whose lyrical ballads were the first text of their movement. Keats, Burns, Byron, Shelley, Blake and others followed them. They were radicals who were sympathetic to the working man even as his circumstances changed, and loyal to nature as it came under real threat for the first time. They dreamed of a fairer and greener world where all might share in the prosperity of their time, even as they saw it slipping away. Which of them would you be?
BYJyoti Bhatia3 months ago