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  1. Romanticism is a style in the fine arts and literature.
  2. Romanticism is a movement of reaction.
  3. Romanticism is the journal of Romantic culture and criticism.
  4. Romanticism is the primary concept on which the theorist of the poetry of Canada’s late nineteenth century must build.


  1. Although these characteristics of Romanticism suggest something of its nature, they are far from exhaustive. (Web site)


  1. None could see beneath the surface romanticism and idealism of the Post-Romantic poets.
  2. Its apparent Romanticism and idealism are undermined by a subtle naturalism and materialism.
  3. Study of a cohesive group of texts that mark the periods of Late Romanticism, Vorm-rz, Realism and Naturalism.


  1. Romanticism On the Net is an international quarterly academic journal. Romantic Circles.
  2. Romanticism on the Net is an online journal, with articles and reviews on the Romantic period.


  1. Romanticism on the Net Electronic journal focused on the romantic literature.
  2. ENG 325 English Romanticism. 3 cr. A study of the British romantic movement from 1783-1832.

Nineteenth Century

  1. ENG 5333. American Romanticism A study of American literature in the first half of the nineteenth century.
  2. Romanticism and romanticism, and the Romantic school - An art movement and style that flourished in the early nineteenth century. (Web site)

American Romanticism

  1. Representative novels of American romanticism, realism, and naturalism. On demand.
  2. The Romantics Page A selection of links, including a section on American Romanticism.
  3. In spite of all this rationalism, and empiricism, it is not hard to find woven into the fabric of homeopathy several concepts closer to Romanticism. (Web site)


  1. Jerome McGann offers a critical reading of Romanticism and its ideological roots.
  2. Modern Urdu literature has different phases, romanticism, progressivism and various kinds of post-modernism. (Web site)
  3. Romantics Unbound Online research and learning resource for the study of Romanticism in literature, art, and music.


  1. A lecture on the Romantic Era by Steven Kreis that describes Romanticism, its philosophy and its conflicts with the Enlightenment.
  2. Conversely, Romanticism seems a conscious reaction against the Enlightenment.


  1. The cultural values of The French Revolution and Romanticism will then be linked.


  1. Styles examined are neo-classicism, romanticism, realism at mid-century, and impressionism at the close.


  1. In the German version of Romanticism there was always hostility to the democratic and republican ideology.
  2. Novalis was the youthful founder of German Romanticism and Friedrich Schlegel its most important developer.

Major Works

  1. The major works in the age of settlement, revolution, and early romanticism. Prerequisite: University literature requirement. 3 credits. (Web site)
  2. A list of prevalent British writers of Romanticism, with listings of their major works and links to where these works can be found if available online.


Blake, William /
Blake William /
Burns, Robert /
Burns Robert /
Byron, George Gordon /
Byron George Gordon /
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor /
Coleridge Samuel Taylor /
Keats, John /
Keats John /
Romanticism /
Romanticism /
Romanticism /
Shelley, Percy Bysshe /
Shelley Percy Bysshe /
Wollstonecraft, Mary /
Wollstonecraft Mary /
Wordsworth, William /
Wordsworth William /

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