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impractical romantic ideals and attitudes

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a movement in literature and art during the late 18th and early 19th centuries that celebrated nature rather than civilization

an exciting and mysterious quality (as of a heroic time or adventure)


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Writing on the subject of Romanticism in the October 1959 issue of Apollo, Horace Shipp commented: 'This was not merely a style and a fashion in pictorial and plastic art, but a vast stirring of the human spirit which inevitably demanded expression and transformed literature, pictures, sculpture, music, architecture and the crafts because it transformed life itself.
As Johnson suggested, the boundaries between romanticism and modernism are not so clear.
Among Madame de Stael's [6] many works (including her book on literature De la litterature) only one, De l'Allemagne, is a landmark on the way to romanticism [8].
For researchers of my generation, whose professional lives began in the aftermath of Romanticism & Gender (1992), Mellor's Romanticism is and has always been our Romanticism, seeded in the pioneering anthology, Romanticism and Feminism (1988).
This definition of Romanticism is not original, in fact it is widely shared by scholars of the period and of the movement.
Moreover, to consider the extent and qualities of the romantic in Brown's work--the post-romantic romanticism to which so many of his personae give voice--is also to reflect on the silence the poems themselves seem to value and request.
Speaking out Information Minister, Walid Daouk's word, Qassas said that Ghareeb gradually takes us in every page of his book to the stages of the beginning of romanticism in Europe, down to explain elaborately the elements of political and social issues that prepared the climate for Arab romanticism and national sentiments.
Its premise is that Jewish thought and culture participated in the seismic cultural shift occurring in late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century Europe that we term Romanticism.
Eroticism, Romanticism, and Deviancy are useful dimensions in attempting to examine the meanings, or feelings, individuals might associate with particular sexual activities.
of Maryland) explains in the introduction that in this study he considers multiple meanings of "sobriety," stating that "One can define Romanticism by its sobriety, but one can also demonstrate one's sobriety by judiciously abstaining from all that Romanticism offers.
FLAIR, drama and romance will be in the air with the full bodied Russian Romanticism at Huddersfield Town Hall.
Positioned in relation to Michael Gamer's Romanticism and the Gothic (2000), which uses public reception to trace the development of Romanticism through its opposition to the Gothic (despite borrowing Gothic material), Tom Duggett s Gothic Romanticism argues for greater continuity, with Wordsworth s Romanticism as a "purer" strand purposefully located within the Gothic.
Romanticism and the Enlightenment, poetry, German Idealism, the language of the Romantics, the role of the review, publishing and the provinces, women readers and writers, fiction, the impetus for poetry during this era (arguably the most interesting contribution), and the 'sister arts' during this period.
EDE, The Netherlands, May 11, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The 19th century artist Jan Bedijs Tom (1813-1894), a pupil of Andreas Schelfhout, is one of the finest painters of livestock of Dutch Romanticism.
The chief benefit of Ferber's work on romanticism is to force one to rethink the phenomenon.