Ah! Essay marking! So many vagrant apostrophes; so many idiosyncratic spellings. We've been through this before: it is outrageously improper of me to publicise young essayists' private misadventures with nineteenth-century English literature and twenty-first-century English orthography. Outrageous. Improper. A breach of trust. But I have to book myself in in advance for some heartfelt remorse because I cannot resist this, "Blake critiques the self-riotous hypocrites", or this, "William Warkworth wrote and co-composed many poems, odes, songs and sonnets", or this, "Today's ecological awareness has partly been influenced by the work of Wordsworth, who has inspired several people worldwide to consider the environment as a beautiful gift." Several? Come on, now, you don't want to exaggerate or nuffin.
"Self-riotous" is gorgeous. Revolutionary narcissists of the world unite!