No one can consider himself or herself truly educated unless he or she has taken a course in major British writers or read extensively in them.

No one can consider himself or herself truly educated unless he or she has taken a course in major British writers or read extensively in them.

Use at least one quote from a work from  each period you have read to support your argument.(to the Middle Ages; Chaucer, “The General Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales. The sixteenth century;WilliamShakespeare,“Othello.” The seventeenth century; John Donne, Songs and Sonnets”; George Herbert’s poems. The Romantic Period; William Blake, songs. The Victorian Age; Alfred, Lord Tennyson (all); Robert Browning (all); and Twentieth Century and After; Thomas Hardy, T. S. Eliot, “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” )

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