Edexcel English Literature Romantics error?

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grapesmyfriend
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For my romantics essay I had to write about the selected poem (Wordsworth) and choose another to write about. I chose Keats, Songs of Innocene: Holy Thursday, but didn't actually write the title of the poem down! I'm hoping they won't disregard my answer, because as English teachers surely the examiners will know which poem I'm talking about based on my quotes. Not too sure though.

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Did you reference the fact the poem was by Keats? Hopefully they won't discount it too much off you, maybe a little on AO1? But honestly, if your AO2&3 were good, I imagine they'll look at that more than a failure to write the title of a poem. Chin up 😊
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Yeah I mentioned Keats' name throughout! Hopefully that doesn't hinder my mark too much. Thanks
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Holy Thursday (Innocence) is not by Keats, it's by William Blake?
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Oh crap that's what I meant haha
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