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Romanticism Flow Chart

Pretty self explanatory

Ima Liar

on 4 January 2013

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Transcript of Romanticism Flow Chart

Romantic Lives Byron's work defined the entire romantic genre the world over. He managed to infuse his work with a great deal of personality and charisma. His ability to lend humanity to his writing was likely related to his club-footed condition, which limited his mobility but did not stop him from fighting in the Greek War of Independence. Lord Byron John Keats By Asa M. Budnick Mary Shelley P.B. Shelley Keats is remembered for his sharp wit and high spirits despite his ultimately tragic life. Mary Shelley was one of the first professional women writers and pioneered the Gothic subgenre. Shelley abandoned her family at the age of sixteen to follow her lover, Percy, who she eventually married. Her major work is Frankenstein though there is some controversy over how much aide her husband gave her. Percy Shelley was the husband of Mary Shelley but he was also a bit of a womanizer. His first wife drowned herself because Percy was in love with his then mistress, Mary Shelley. Percy was frequently gallivanting about Europe with his family. They stayed with friends and other romantic writers and spent a summer with Lord Byron in Geneva. Keats' death drove Shelley into a depression and some have posited that Shelley intentionally committed suicide. Percy Shelley drowned at 29. Percy and Mary Shelley aside Byron So we'll go no more a-roving

So late into the night,

Though the heart still be as loving,

And the moon still be as bright.

For the sword outwears its sheath,

And the soul outwears the breast,

And the heart must pause to breathe,

And love itself have rest.

Though the night was made for loving,

And the day returns too soon,

Yet we'll go no more a-roving

By the light of the moon. So We'll Go No More A-Roving

This Piece demonstrates the tragic nature that most romantic poets faced, they were determined to make the best out of an ultimately grim mortality. This poem offers a rare glimpse into the fears of the romantics. A vivacious romantic poet who managed to produce a large volume of work in a short life.In one year, known as The Great Year, produced several of Keats' most famous works including "Ode on a Grecian Urn." Byron also died from sickness, fever combined with poor medical care ended Lord Byron's life at 36. Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog A Romantic Painting by Caspar David Friedrich Percy and Mary had four children, one of whom reached adulthood Like many of his contemporary peers he died very young. Tuberculosis ended his life at the age of twenty five, perhaps due to a misdiagnosis from his doctor and friend.
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