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Troubadorslyric poets and composers of the 12th and 13th centuries
Troubadorsmembers included Bernard de Ventadot and Arnaut Daniel
Tribe of Benfounded by Ben Johnson
Oxford Reformersincluded John Colet, Thomas More, and Erasmus
Oxford Reformersa group of Humanist scholars who wanted to reform the church and the state
School of Nightmembers included Walter Raleigh, Christopher Marlowe and Thomas Herriot
School of Nighta group of Elizabethan dramatists, poets, and scholars who wer suspected of being aetheists
University Witsa group of young university students who came to London in the late 1850's and undertook careers as writers
University Witsmembers included Christopher Marlowe and George Peele
Bluestockingsupperclass women who wanted to promote interest in literature
Horace Walpolethe only male member of the Bluestockings
Bluestockingsmembers included Elizabeth Montague and Hannah More
Kit Kat Cluban English Club that was founded by the Whigs
Kit Kat Clubmembers included Joseph Addison and Richard Steele
Dr. Jonson's Circleanother name for The Literary Club
The Literary Clubformed in London to discuss books and writers
Jonathan Swiftorganized the Scriblerus Club
Scriblerus Cluborganized to satirize literary incompetence
Lake PoetsRomantic poets who lived in the lake district of England
Samuel Coleridge, William Wordsworth and Percy B. Shelleyoriginal members of the Lake Poets
Cockney Schoola derogatory title applied by Blackwood's Magazine to a group of 19th century writers because of their poor taste and diction
Thomas Gray and Philip Freneauoriginal members of the Graveyard School
Graveyard Schoola group of 18th century poets who wrote long poems on death and immortaltiy
Satanic Schoolthe members of this groups led irregular lives and held radical ideas
Lord Byron and Percy B. Shelleyprominant members of the Satanic School
Angry Young Menorganized during the Modernist Period of British Literary History to attack the outmoded values of the middle class or bourgeoisie
Kingsley Amis and Alan Sillitoemembers of The Angry Young Men
Bloomsbury Groupgroup of writers living in London in the 1920's and 1930's
Virginia Woolfleader of the Bloomsbury Group
The philosophy found in G.E. Moore's "Principia Ethica"adopted by the Bloomsbury Group
Inklingspost-Modernist writers who discussed their ideas and their works
C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkeinmembers of the Inklings
Geneva School of Criticismviewed literature as an existential experience

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