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Romantic vs Dark Romantic Literature

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Lisa Martin

on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of Romantic vs Dark Romantic Literature

Romantic Literature Individual possesses divinity & wisdom
Nature is an organic whole
Emphasis on intuition, instincts, emotions
Nature has healing powers
Interest in folklore, medieval legends, art
Strong belief in young, innocent mind
Hero answers to his own (higher) moral
code - may ignore laws
Dark Romantic
Literature Individuals prone to sin & self destruction
Explored human capacity for evil
Nature & emotion aren't necessarily positive forces
Grotesque or abnormal characters
Probed inner life of characters
Explored character's motivations
Victim is helpless against torturer
Victimizer is associated w/ evil & has immense or supernatural powers
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