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30th Jan '16 12:05:00 PM CountMontoni
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Politically, Romanticism had both a positive and negative aspect. It was inspired by what were perceived to be the successes and failures of UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution and the rise of UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte. On one hand people romanticized the idea of a popular revolution, explored the idea of regional and ethnic identity and spread the concept of nationalism, on the other hand people romanticized the revolution, developed a one-dimensional approach to regional and ethnic identity and contributed to the birth of narrow nationalism which led to exclusion of some groups from the dominant idea and likewise believed once again that history is shaped by exceptional men such as Napoleon. Nothing is without its contradictions of course, just like in life and history. Many romantics initially started out as quite radical and progressive before becoming conservative, including Wordsworth whereas other authors like Shelley and Byron never did sell out and remained liberal to their ends. Romanticism had its source in the ugliness of colonialism which thrived during this time, where the AdventureArchaeologist would constantly "rediscover" earlier cultures but write-off the modern day nations as TheRemnant thereby justifying their continuous economic exploitation of these regions.
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Politically, Romanticism had both a positive and negative aspect. It was inspired by what were perceived to be the successes and failures of UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution and the rise of UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte. On one hand people romanticized the idea of a popular revolution, revolution (just as much one of its negative aspects), explored the idea of regional and ethnic identity and spread the concept of nationalism, on the other hand people romanticized the revolution, revolution (which was [[TheRevolutionWillNotBeCivilized infamously savage in its methods]]), developed a one-dimensional approach to regional and ethnic identity and contributed to the birth of narrow nationalism which led to exclusion of some groups from the dominant idea and likewise believed once again that history is shaped by exceptional men such as Napoleon. Nothing is without its contradictions of course, just like in life and history. Many romantics initially started out as quite radical and progressive before becoming conservative, including Wordsworth whereas other authors like Shelley and Byron never did sell out and remained liberal to their ends. Romanticism had its source in the ugliness of colonialism which thrived during this time, where the AdventureArchaeologist would constantly "rediscover" earlier cultures but write-off the modern day nations as TheRemnant thereby justifying their continuous economic exploitation of these regions.
4th Sep '15 8:43:54 PM nombretomado
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Politically, Romanticism had both a positive and negative aspect. It was inspired by what were perceived to be the successes and failures of UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution and the rise of NapoleonBonaparte. On one hand people romanticized the idea of a popular revolution, explored the idea of regional and ethnic identity and spread the concept of nationalism, on the other hand people romanticized the revolution, developed a one-dimensional approach to regional and ethnic identity and contributed to the birth of narrow nationalism which led to exclusion of some groups from the dominant idea and likewise believed once again that history is shaped by exceptional men such as Napoleon. Nothing is without its contradictions of course, just like in life and history. Many romantics initially started out as quite radical and progressive before becoming conservative, including Wordsworth whereas other authors like Shelley and Byron never did sell out and remained liberal to their ends. Romanticism had its source in the ugliness of colonialism which thrived during this time, where the AdventureArchaeologist would constantly "rediscover" earlier cultures but write-off the modern day nations as TheRemnant thereby justifying their continuous economic exploitation of these regions.
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Politically, Romanticism had both a positive and negative aspect. It was inspired by what were perceived to be the successes and failures of UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution and the rise of NapoleonBonaparte.UsefulNotes/NapoleonBonaparte. On one hand people romanticized the idea of a popular revolution, explored the idea of regional and ethnic identity and spread the concept of nationalism, on the other hand people romanticized the revolution, developed a one-dimensional approach to regional and ethnic identity and contributed to the birth of narrow nationalism which led to exclusion of some groups from the dominant idea and likewise believed once again that history is shaped by exceptional men such as Napoleon. Nothing is without its contradictions of course, just like in life and history. Many romantics initially started out as quite radical and progressive before becoming conservative, including Wordsworth whereas other authors like Shelley and Byron never did sell out and remained liberal to their ends. Romanticism had its source in the ugliness of colonialism which thrived during this time, where the AdventureArchaeologist would constantly "rediscover" earlier cultures but write-off the modern day nations as TheRemnant thereby justifying their continuous economic exploitation of these regions.
30th Aug '15 11:52:05 AM RushLimborg
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* Creator/FyodorDostoevsky (1821-1881)
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* Creator/FyodorDostoevsky (1821-1881)(1821-1881)[[note]] His work is widely considered one of the major "transitions" from the Romantic era to {{Realism}}.[[/note]]
30th Aug '15 11:49:44 AM RushLimborg
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* Creator/FyodorDostoevsky (1821-1881)
7th Mar '15 9:12:34 AM Anicomicgeek
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* Creator/RichardWagner (1813-1883)
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* Creator/RichardWagner Music/RichardWagner (1813-1883)
20th Jan '15 3:28:57 AM StFan
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* RobertSchumann (1810-1856)
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2nd Nov '14 6:25:57 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - that being imagination is superior to reason. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - that being emotion and imagination is superior to reason.that of reason and intellect. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
2nd Nov '14 6:24:54 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - that emotion and imagination is thought to be supreme to reason and intellect. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - that emotion and being imagination is thought superior to be supreme to reason and intellect.reason. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
2nd Nov '14 6:23:39 PM TalonsofIceandFire
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - the imagination is thought to be supreme to the reason. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - the that emotion and imagination is thought to be supreme to the reason.reason and intellect. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry.
13th Oct '14 7:36:41 PM JulianLapostat
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[RomanticismVersusEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - the imagination is thought to be supreme to the reason. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry. The movement is also associated with a newfound interest in OralTradition and folk culture in general. Seen both as a source of inspiration and an object of study. The movement also sought inspiration in TheMiddleAges and other past eras; indeed it drew its name from the ChivalricRomance. Helping the popularization of HistoricalFictionLiterature. On the other hand, Romantic authors were also interested in the intensity of human emotions, fear included. Many of their works fit into the GothicHorror genre. A more surprising aspect of the movement was its hero-worship of Creator/WilliamShakespeare. The long-dead playwright was relatively well known in the British Isles and obscure in the rest of Europe. The Romantics were rather vocal in viewing him as the best of the British authors. They helped revitalize scholarly interest in his works, introduced them to French and German audiences, and drew inspiration from them. This "Bardolatry" continued to have an influence long after the demise of its original proponents. Writers active in the heyday of Romanticism include Creator/JohnKeats, Creator/LordByron, Creator/{{Mary|Shelley}} and Creator/PercyShelley, Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge, and Creator/WilliamBlake. In the mid-19th century, just as Romanticism was beginning to wane in Europe, it hit America in a big way, becoming the Transcendentalist movement, leading lights of which include Creator/WaltWhitman and Creator/RalphWaldoEmerson. Though the "age of Romanticism" is long over, Romantic themes are still common today.
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Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the 18th century in Europe. It has very little to do with things popularly thought of as "romantic", such as RomanticComedy, although love may occasionally be the subject of Romantic works. Rather, [[RomanticismVersusEnlightenment [[UsefulNotes/TheEnlightenment it is the exact counterpoint to the ideas of the Age of Enlightenment]] - the imagination is thought to be supreme to the reason. Think [[WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory Dee Dee instead of Dexter]]. The individual has a central role in Romantic works; he/she is usually in conflict with the established society and goes through internal turmoil because of this. CharacterDevelopment usually occurs. NatureLover is very common in Romantic poetry. The movement is also associated with a newfound interest in OralTradition and folk culture in general. Seen both as a source of inspiration and an object of study. The movement also sought inspiration in TheMiddleAges and other past eras; indeed it drew its name from the ChivalricRomance. Helping the popularization of HistoricalFictionLiterature. On the other hand, Romantic authors were also interested in the intensity of human emotions, fear included. Many of their works fit into the GothicHorror genre. A more surprising aspect of the movement was its hero-worship of Creator/WilliamShakespeare. The long-dead playwright was relatively well known in the British Isles and obscure in the rest of Europe. While Enlightenment critics such as Samuel Johnson, Dryden and Pope had already begun the rediscovery of his works. The Romantics were rather vocal in viewing him as the best of the British authors. They helped revitalize scholarly interest in his works, introduced them to French and German audiences, and drew inspiration from them. This "Bardolatry" continued to have an influence long after the demise of its original proponents. Writers active in the heyday of Romanticism include Creator/JohnKeats, Creator/LordByron, Creator/{{Mary|Shelley}} and Creator/PercyShelley, Creator/SamuelTaylorColeridge, and Creator/WilliamBlake. In the mid-19th century, just as Romanticism was beginning to wane in Europe, it hit America in a big way, becoming the Transcendentalist movement, leading lights of which include Creator/WaltWhitman and Creator/RalphWaldoEmerson. Though the "age of Romanticism" is long over, Romantic themes are still common today. today. Most writers and authors in the Romantic era would not necessarily feel that they were opposed to the Enlightenment either and the likes of Byron and Goethe would certainly believe that they were continuing in the tradition of what came before. In France, the likes of Creator/{{Stendhal}} and Creator/HonoreDeBalzac prized emotion and reason as inseparable. Politically, Romanticism had both a positive and negative aspect. It was inspired by what were perceived to be the successes and failures of UsefulNotes/TheFrenchRevolution and the rise of NapoleonBonaparte. On one hand people romanticized the idea of a popular revolution, explored the idea of regional and ethnic identity and spread the concept of nationalism, on the other hand people romanticized the revolution, developed a one-dimensional approach to regional and ethnic identity and contributed to the birth of narrow nationalism which led to exclusion of some groups from the dominant idea and likewise believed once again that history is shaped by exceptional men such as Napoleon. Nothing is without its contradictions of course, just like in life and history. Many romantics initially started out as quite radical and progressive before becoming conservative, including Wordsworth whereas other authors like Shelley and Byron never did sell out and remained liberal to their ends. Romanticism had its source in the ugliness of colonialism which thrived during this time, where the AdventureArchaeologist would constantly "rediscover" earlier cultures but write-off the modern day nations as TheRemnant thereby justifying their continuous economic exploitation of these regions.
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