TITLE : �Romantic writing about animals tells us more about the concerns of Romantic writers than the animals.� Discuss this statement with reference to the work of at least two writers in DEPTH.
PLEASE DO NOT USE MORE THAN THREE TEXTS.
USE QUOTES AND BACK UP PROPERLY NOT VAGUELY.
-Anna Barbauld �The Mouse�s Petition to Doctor Priestley� (1773),
-Robert Burns �To a Mouse, on Turning Her up in Her Nest with a Plough, November 1785�,
-William Cowper �Epitaph on a Hare� (1784), �On a Goldfinch Starved to Death in his Cage� (1782),
-Samuel Taylor Coleridge �To a Young Ass� (1794), William Blake �The Tyger� (1794),
-George Gordon, Lord Byron �Inscription on the Monument of a Newfoundland Dog� (1808),
-Christian Carstairs, �Nightingale� (1786),
-Charlotte Smith �Sonnet III, To a Nightingale� (1786),
-Samuel Taylor Coleridge �To the Nightingale� (1794),
-John Keats �Ode to a Nightingale� (1820),
-John Clare �The Nightingale�s Nest� (1835),
-Percy Bysshe Shelley �Skylark�(1820),
-John Clare �The Skylark leaving her Nest� �The Badger� (first composed 1835-7, first publ. 1908).