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Lyricism Among the Romantics.
Lyricism Amongst the Romantics as it Relates to Nature.
Lyrical poetry, by definition, is a short poem with one speaker who expresses thought or feeling. Unlike the epic or dramatic poetry, it does not attempt to tell a story. The lyric poet addresses the reader directly, portraying his or her own emotions, state of mind, and perceptions instead of that of a separate character. The word 'lyric' comes from the Greek stringed instrument the lyre, but with the advent of the printing press and mass literacy, few of the poems are meant to be sung. The most popular form of the lyric poem i…
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