Romanticism (Romantic Era)

Parent Category: Books and Literature
Romanticism was an intellectual movement of the late 18th to mid-19th centuries that influenced many works of literature, art, and music. It placed great emphasis on the individual, the transcendental, and emotions. A deep reverence for the beauty of nature and for the exotic was also important to the movement.
Romanticism was a style of art and literature that was popular inthe early 1800s. It focused on nature, originality and imagination,and the production of completely unique works
Don't look for the anwser in the internet!
Romanticism can be seen as a reaction aganst Neoclassicism and academic painting.
A literary movement that stressed reliance upon emotion and nature over reason and logic as a moral guide to life.
they criticized the greed and selfishness of modern society. Members of the middle class and people living in the cities were common targets.
Jude the Obscure is rife with examples of Romanticism. Here are a few: Hardy's disillusionment with Victorian society is a controlling theme throughout the novel, exposed by Jude's two failed marriages and his rejection from society after these marriages. Hardy's latent homosexuality shows up...
ROMANTICISM was an artistic, literal & an intellectual movement which originated to develop a particular form of nationalist sentiments....
romanticism has nothing to do with being romantic. romanticism wasa revolution in 18th century.
Realism! For an example see Courbet's The Stone Breakers.
Huck is skeptical towards romanticism just like he is towards religion. He doesnt want to believe in anything that doesnt have a known outcome like religion. Twain contrasts Tom's romanticism and Huck skepticism to show that both points of view can prove equally misleading if taken to extremes. An...
The dangerous pursuit of knowledge: Romanticism was a reaction against the Industrial Revolution and the Age of Enlightenment, valuing emotion and nature over scoence and reason. Frankenstein's pursuit of knowledge through galvanism was dangerous, and led to him being hunted by the monster. ...
Romanticism is an early American art form, such as literature and painting, that stressed a strong connection with natural surroundings. Are you ready? ART: German Romanticism: God is the foundation, Hope and Faith give you the freedom to explore (the wanderer is very important). You find truth...
There are various things that are believed to have influencedRomanticism. Some of these factors include religious traditions andNeoclassicism.
In Indian English poetry, 'Romanticism' has been long present in a very interesting culture-specific way. There is a fusion of the Indian or the Oriental notion of romance with the British or better put, the European concerns of Romanticism. Indian literature especially, what is called 'Padavali'...
Romanticism created a cultural explosion in the 18th century thatlead to a rejection of aristocrats and an embrace of the arts. Thislead to a sense of cultural pride, which strongly encourages asense of a unified nation and a building of Nationalism.
it made the colonies bigger and bigger and that's when it exteneded!
yes actually I think the existence of 'Realism' is questionable, if youlook at those novels that were catogrized as 'Realism' they basiclyall have romantic features.
an appreciation for the beautiful and an awareness of psychological reality an appreciation for the beautiful and an awareness of psychological reality
Neoclassicism was first seen in the 1780s, Romanticism after 1800.
Both believe that nature is a deeply spiritual force.
Neoclassicism featured a clean and linear style , a subdued palette, sculpted forms, shallow depth of background and fine draftsmanship . There was a need to seek the very best, to do the very best, to use ancient Greek and Roman models of goodness and purity. A carefully drawn line and a finely...
blake shows romanticism through a childs innocent and mild vision...
In the eighteen century there was a group of poets called the "Precursors of Romanticism". ..
deduction . induction . gratuitous violence . blood and gore . logic