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Romanticism (Romantic Era)

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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 In literature and painting, Romanticism stressed the importance of feelings, imagination, self-expression and individual creativity. It also stressed originality in art and also genius (in a modern sense). Previously, the emphasis had been on reason, tradition and 'artistry' in the sen…
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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 plann…
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dark and light imagery; supernatural element(s); truth is found through living, not books (Bible); exotic setting; nature good, civilization bad; imagination or intuition; intense personal feelings
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the Romantic style or movement in literature and art, which is text dominated by idealism, a desire for adventure, chivalry, etc.
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all i know is that American romanticism began in 1800 and ended in 1860. well atleast that's what my teacher told me but it is still shown today in stories and movies.
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They believed that the young and innocent were no better than the old and educated.
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Realists did not like how Romanticists ignored the reality of industrial life.
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Muffins are the sole reason the romantic age started. Washington Irving was eating some muffins when he thought "Hey, lets start a literary period in American history."
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The types of conflict in literature are man versus man, man versus self, man versus nature, and man versus God. These can be found in English Romanticism.
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The Romantic period began as a reaction to the Industrial Revolution. It was also revolt against the Age of Enlightenment and the rationalization of nature using science.
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Romanticism was a European artistic movement that stressed the individual, immagination, creativity, and emotion. Nature inspiration was drawn from it. American writers wrote about the American wilderness now
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
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Visual Characteristics: · Focus on exotic locations · Depicition of everyday life · Emphasized lighting Wikipedia Answer: In a basic sense, the term "Romanticism" has been used to refer to certain artists, poets, writers, musicians, as well as political, philosophical and social thinkers of the l…
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Romanticism was a style of art and literature that was popular in the early 1800s. It focused on nature, originality and imagination, and the production of completely unique works
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ROMANTICISM was an artistic, literal & an intellectual movement which originated to develop a particular form of nationalist sentiments....
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There are various things that are believed to have influenced Romanticism. Some of these factors include religious traditions and Neoclassicism.
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yes actually I think the existence of 'Realism' is questionable, if you look at those novels that were catogrized as 'Realism' they basicly all have romantic features.
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There are several differences between romanticism and realism, in both painting and storytelling. One of the key aspects in storytelling is that romanticism tells the story, while realism shows it. The realistic painting embraces the ugly and sordid side of life, rejecting the romantic views of the …
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No. Authors of realism didn't embrace the ideas of romanticism.
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Romanticism was started in Europe. It was based around arts, emotions, and the intellectual movement. It is still used in all forms of art regularly as it helps the consumer relate to the work.
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Some real examples :D Examples of this are "Ivanhoe", "Idylls of the King", Goethe's "Faust", Grimm's "Fairy Tales", etc. So be happy peoples :P
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Before discussing Frankenstein, I think we must outline some of the most important elements of Romanticism. First, Romanticism emphasized the limits of reason and the power of emotion. Second, it also advocated the uniqueness and subjectivity of individual experience (the Romantics regarded the mi…
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a.) there are metaphors for the past.... like with the old Indian grounds b.) the fact that the treasure is buried in the woods, relating to nature c.) some relation to racism, propaganda against it, with the references to the devil and the slavetrade and the black man, white man and red man
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It was from the years 1800-1860. That was when American Romanticism happened.
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Romanticism and transcendentalism are very closely related, because Romanticism influenced the ideas of transcendentalism. Overall, the major differences between romanticism and transcendentalism are their views of nature and the individual. Romanticism viewed nature as perfect and man as flawed, wh…
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The Enlightenment arrived in the early 18th century and attempted to apply Newton's Physics to all of life. The Declaration of Independence and Constitution of the United States were documents of the Enlightenment. At the same time this was happening, a number of people simply had to escape the new …
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romance keeps your relationship alive.
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Characteristics of American Romanticism include many aspects. The top characteristics include raw emotion, individualistic aspects, revolutionary ideas, and at times exotic.
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Romanticism: Focused on Expressing a Wide Range of Ideas And Attitudes (Emphasized inner Feelings, Emotions, and imagination) Plus + (Focused on the mysterious, The Supernatural, and the exotic, Grotesque of ideas and attitudes)By; Ric0_Swave ;)
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Elements of Romanticism1. Frontier: vast expanse, freedom, no geographic limitations. 2. Optimism: greater than in Europe because of the presence of frontier. 3. Experimentation: in science, in institutions. 4. Mingling of races: immigrants in large numbers arrive to the US. 5. Growth of industr…
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Toward the end of the eighteenth century, Romanticism emerged as a response to Classicism. Even though this change was gradual, it transformed everything from art and philosophy to education and science. While the Classicists thought of the world as having a rigid and stern structure, the Romanticis…
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Light and Dark Romanticism are both categories of Literature from the Romantic ages of time. It is not about love, it is a way of writing during that time.
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The Romantic movement in English literature was a reaction against the Age of Enlightment, which stressed reason and logic. Mary Shelley's novel, Frankenstein, is a statement against the destructive qualities of logic and science. The Romantics believed that human emotions were extremely important, …
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Characteristics of romanticism include being dominated by plot, exaggeration, and idealization. Characteristics of realism include objectivity, and showing life how it truly is rather than idealizing situations.
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Characteristics In a basic sense, the term "Romanticism" has been used to refer to certain artists, poets, writers, musicians, as well as political, philosophical and social thinkers of the late 18th and early to mid 19th centuries. It has equally been used to refer to various artistic, intellectual…
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Realists did not like how Romanticists ignored the reality of industrial life.
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Both believe that nature is a deeply spiritual force.
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Neoclassical paintings were brought back from Roman History, they used emotion shades with local colors. Romanticism was a reaction to Neoclassicism. Pieces of Romanticism showed complete emotion and it celebrated nature and the paintings make people feel that life should be uncontrollable because t…
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The French Revolution: Apocalyptic ExpectationsThe GothicThe Satanic and Byronic HeroSee the links below for more information on Romantic literature.
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romanticism occured mainly between 1750 and 1870
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A couple element of dark romanticism used in the Pit and the Pendulum is:depravity of manphysical and mental toruturemans will to livesin of man
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In pictorial art the beginning of the 19th century.
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It focuses on hardworking people.
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The literary school of Romanticism is most associated with an attempt to break with literary traditions, a close association with nature, and an emphasis on inner psychology and emotions.
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darkside of romanticism is when people begin to question their daily lifestyles. while some romantic artist believed nature was good and sometimes if in a child sense brougth you closer to God. Their were others called the fireside poets, i believe , which challenge that theory and spoke of nature, …
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because all the men are gone during the war, and when they return there is opportunity to renew romantic feelings
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Classicism is aesthetic attitudes and principles based on culture, art and literature of ancient Greece and Rome, and characterized by emphasis on form, simplicity, proportion, and restrained emotion. Characteristics of Classicism are belief in reason, civilized, modern, sophisticated, interest in…
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Almost simultaneously in several places around 1800: CD Friedrich in Germany, Géricault and Delacroix in France are the best known.
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intellectual believe in a power of reasonscience to further human progress
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the French Revolution helped to start the period of Romanticism. Also the Industrial Revolution helped to move the Romantic period forward.
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Europe in the late 18th century
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Comedy of manners
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Having the respect and love for your country.
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Contemplating Nature.
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Roman
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The Romantic Era replaced what was called the Classical Era (not to be confused with the generalized term Classical meaning not Popular or Pop). The Romantic Era was followed by the Modernistic Era, which started in the late 19th/early 20th century and is still with us currently.
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Eugène Delacroix 1798-1863 and Théodore Géricault 1791-1824.
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A literary movement that stressed reliance upon emotion and nature over reason and logic as a moral guide to life.
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T. S. Eliot claimed that 'the only cure for Romanticism is to analyse it'.
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A. The emphasis on being alone and observing nature directly .
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Delacroix: 'Liberty Leading the People', 1830, is probably the most famous example.
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Romanicism: evening twilight feelings. Neoclassicism: broad daylight heroic feelings.
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alliteration; figurative language such as similes and metaphors B. He praises the individual efforts of common people.
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How the speaker tries to find clues to live his or her own life in nature, and enjoys observing nature.
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau
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it started when Shakespeare wrote romeo and Juliet because as you may know or may not know romeo and juliete was the ultimate love story i am in college and i told my friends about this question and they said that what i wrote was totally true. if you don't think this is true improve my answer and i…
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there are five points in all 1.nature 2.innocence of youth 3.extremes 4.imagination 5.emotion over logic hope that helps
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It focuses on how hard it is to work the land.
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Hugo Wolf (1860-1903) was in the late Romantic period but his works were not typical of the period. His works, especially his Lieder art songs, were more in the style of Schubert and Schumann.
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demonsby Imagine DragonsI Miss You by Blink 182
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They found contemporary painting (neo-classicism) dry and devoid of feeling. So they emphasized feeling instead.
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Romanticism was important because it was the first time that human emotions were really expanded upon. Some would say that this focus on feelings has gone too far.
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The Romanticism movement was a response to the Industrial Revolution as well as the aristocratic social and political norms of the Age of Enlightenment. It emphasized intense emotional experiences and brought folk art and other ancient arts to new heights of recognition.
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As a movement, Romanticism may be described as recapturing the essence of the traditions of the classics. It was a rebellion against the Age of Enlightenment since it was a resurgence of medievalism.
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supernatural and gothic elements
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A way of evasion for the youth who fight for revolutionary changes is known as romanticism. It is the beginning of a new and better age.
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If this is a question from the Art History class with Novel Stars then the answer would be OBJECTIVITY.
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Realism
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No, writers from the school of Realism rejected the ideals of Romanticism. The Industrial Revolution and the realities of life in the cities led Realists to reject Romanticism in favor of literature that depicted the lives of the rising working class.
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both were artistic movements. romanticism was generally ending around the 1850s when realism gained popularity. where romanticism was a reaction against scientific rationallization of nature, realism thought truth could be found through the sences.
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