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Romanticism

An overview of the major common elements of romantic literature.
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Victoria Cogswell

on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of Romanticism

Samuel Taylor Coleridge
William Blake
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
Lord Byron
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Feelings of the individual are freely expressed.
Romanticism encourages an overflow of feeling.
( Moves away from ideals of "TheAge of Reason")
Focuses on gothic images, death, the occult, spiritual elements,magic.

"Playing God"
"Exuberance is beauty."
Fools are my theme, let satire be my song.
"Fear not for the future,
weep not for the past."
"People of humor are always in
some degree people of genius."
"A slavish bondage to parents
cramps every faculty of the mind."
Come forth into the light of things,
let nature be your teacher.
William Wordsworth
John Keats
Frankenstein's monster
(Boris Karloff)
"Here lies one whose name was writ in water. "
1770-1850
1771-1834
1757-1827
1792-1851
1788-1824
1792-1822
1795-1821
1809-1849
Edgar Allen Poe
"I wish I could write
as mysterious as a cat."
The humble rustic life is lived in harmony
with nature,
uncorrupted by the world of man
Romanticism reveals faith in the transforming
power of imagination

the mind is inspired by nature
Uncorrupted, loving,
peaceful.
In harmony with life
and nature.

Emphasizes nobility and
pathos of the common
man, ie, peasants, the poor,"unimportant" in society.

Previously, literature told the stories of kings, wealthy,upper classes,etc.
(Children, also, were considered
to have these same attributes.)
Resists authority of
government, society,
church. Individuals live
a life true to themselves.
A literary, musical, artistic, and
intellectual movement of the
18th century characterized by an emphasis on emotion, nature, freedom, and the supernatural.
Nature is pure, restorative, awe-inspiring, and fires the imagination.
Natural occurences reflect and may
influence human events.

(not British, but still cool.)
And romantic. )
image element used by permission
from jas@jasartgallery.com
image element used
by permission of anne hanson
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