Dover Beach eNotes Teaching Guide

by Tessie Barbosa

  • Released October 09, 2019
  • Language Arts and Literature subjects
  • 10 pages
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Excerpt

This guide highlights some of the most salient aspects of Matthew Arnold’s "Dover Beach" before you begin teaching. As you guide your students through the text, they will gain unique insight into the form of the lyric poem; the styles and concerns of Matthew Arnold; and important themes surrounding religion, human suffering, and the social and intellectual changes brought about by the Industrial Revolution.

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