List 1 4. How do nineteenth-century writers theorize and/or represent the role of the poet? Do theories of the role of the poet change over the course of the nineteenth century? In answering, discuss at least two poems as examples 7. The Woman Question pervaded the high-Victorian age and eventually morphed into what the late-Victorians debated as the New Woman. Discuss what you see as important changes in the issue, the various categories and markers of femininity as revealed in different genres from the nineteenth century. List 2 12. War figures in so many important early twentieth-century texts, such as Mrs. Dalloway, Sassoons poetry, Owens poetry. Write a mini essay about Mrs. Dalloway plus two other “war” texts on our syllabus in which you analyze the ways that war helps express the texts concerns about the state of English culture. 13. Waiting for Godot makes use of non-traditional, innovative dramatic techniques. Write a mini essay about this play in which you (a) discuss the innovative techniques and (b) analyze the function(s) of these techniques.