Best Blogs 19th Century Literature 2021- Round 1!

Excellent Peer Reviews:

It will be noted that reviews that suggest improvement are well received and have in fact led to improvement in subsequent blogs. Allow some space for your peer to improve- no one’s work is perfect!

An excellent peer review, that combines support, insight and gentle recommendations for improvement= thank you Sarah Saud:

https://sarahasaud.wordpress.com/blogs-2/

Another excellent peer review which blends appreciation with useful, practical hints for improvement= Sarah Vella

https://sarahv02.wordpress.com/2021/04/15/peer-review-1-2/

Great Blogs

Best entry on “My experience in nature that has given me a sense of meaning that is beyond books – thank you Sarah Vella

https://sarahv02.wordpress.com/2021/03/15/my-experience-in-nature-that-has-given-me-a-sense-of-meaning-that-is-beyond-books/\

One of the best reflections on the power of nature- thank you Emilee McNaught:

https://emileemcnaught.wordpress.com/2021/03/19/fishermans-bay-sunset-a-transcendental-experience/comment-page-1/#comment-21

Beautiful celebration of the significance of this “romantic” painting as a stepping stone between literary and artistic periods. – thank you Charlotte Alphonso

https://charlottealphonso.wordpress.com/2021/04/16/madame-hilligsberg/

Great challenge to Dorothy Wordsworth’s style of writing – thank you Vanessa Mitchell

https://vanessareflection.wordpress.com/2021/04/16/blog-2-you-are-william-wordsworth-tell-your-sister-dorothy-that-while-she-is-pretty-good-at-describing-events-her-descriptions-lack-the-depth-of-insight-that-comes-with-transforming-an-experience-in/

William Blake’s “The Garden of Love” tellingly rewritten by Hana Ghardirli- thank you

https://hanajghadirli.wordpress.com/2021/03/13/my-first-blog-garden-of-love-by-william-blake-rewritten/

A great entry on Tintern Abbey- thank you Menae Niotis

https://literaturewithmenae.wordpress.com/2021/03/19/blog-1/comment-page-1/#comment-14

Another excellent entry on Tintern Abbey from someone who was brought up near the area- thank you Chloe Anne Dixon:

https://chloedixon487573735.wordpress.com/2021/03/18/find-out-some-more-about-the-monastery-tintern-abbey-and-its-location-and-describe-why-and-how-you-think-wordsworth-was-so-inspired-by-the-place/

A powerful exploration of the links between literature and the visual arts- thank you Sarah Vella:

https://sarahv02.wordpress.com/2021/04/15/5-chose-one-of-the-paintings-from-our-nsw-art-gallery-visit-describe-the-painting-in-some-detail-and-say-how-the-painting-has-expanded-your-understanding-of-the-links-between-painting-and-understand/

An excellent celebration of why Mary Wollstonecraft still needs to be listened to by women in today’s society- thank you Maria Khattar:

https://mariasblog920751433.wordpress.com/2021/03/12/blog-1/

An amazing entry on Nature’s Power – thank you Isabel Toma

https://isabeltomablog.wordpress.com/blog-1-2/

An astonishingly sophisticated poem inspired by Wordsworth’s appreciation of nature: thank you Mariama Biro Saibou

https://mebsliterature.art.blog/2021/03/07/engl200-blog-1-creative/comment-page-1/#comment-37

Best challenge by Dorothy of her brother’s writing- thank you Zahra Salami:

https://zahra890409356.wordpress.com/2021/04/16/blogpost02/

Thank you Mariama Biro Saibou – another wonderful presentation of Dorothy Wordsworth’s view of her brother’s writings:

https://mebsliterature.art.blog/2021/03/07/engl200-blog-2-critical/

An extraordinary blend of visual images with a poem about Jenolan Caves-  thank you Frances Saad

https://httpsfrankiie22.wordpress.com/2021/04/16/blog2-nature-in-a-droplet/

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