Overview

Romantics

William Blake

“London” turned into a diary entry by Gijs van Iterson.
“London” turned into a newspaper article by Anonymous,

Emily Brontë

“Remembrance” turned into a letter by Sterre Weststeyn.
“No Coward Soul is Mine” turned into a prayer by Anonymous.
“No Coward Soul is Mine” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“No Coward Soul is Mine” turned into a prayer by Anonymous.

John Clare

“I Hid my Love” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“I am!” turned into a letter by Aska Hayakawa.
“The Dying Child” turned into a eulogy by Anonymous.

John Keats

“Robin Hood” turned in to a political speech by Abel Pleij.
“When I have fears that I may cease to be” turned into a letter by Anonymous.

Edgar Allan Poe

“The City in the Sea” turned into a travel journal by Anonymous.

Percy Bysshe Shelley

“Ozymandias” turned into a letter by Anonymous.
“Ozymandias” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“Ozymandias” turned into a story by Wouter Kroon.
“Ozymandias” turned into a letter by Anonymous.

Walt Whitman

“Oh Captain, My Captain” turned into a speech by Pieter Goossens.

William Wordsworth

“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a refection by Anonymous.
“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a refection by Anonymous.
“I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud” turned into a diary entry by Anonymous.
“The World is Too Much With Us” turned into a reflection by Anonymous.
“The World is Too Much With Us” turned into a reflection by Anonymous.

Victorians

Robert Browning

“My Last Duchess” turned into a letter by Merel Smeets.
“Prospice” turned into an interview by Stijn Jongeengelen.

William McGonagall

“Jottings of New York: A Descriptive Poem” turned into a travel brochure by Bas Bouman.

Alfred, Lord Tennyson

“The Lady of Shalott” turned into a fairy tale by Anonymous.
The Lady of Shalott” turned into a letter by Loes Versteeg.
The Lady of Shalott” turned into a letter by Anonymous.

Oscar Wilde

“(Extract from) The Ballad of Reading Gaol” turned into letter by Roderick Peul.
“(Extract from) The Ballad of Reading Gaol” turned into diary entry by Anonymous.

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