Romanticism

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myk5437
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Romanticism
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2015-03-04 00:31:16
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english
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  1. dates of Romantic movement and why
    1798 - 1800s - publication of Lyrical Ballads
  2. major "-ism"s during Romanticism
    nationalism, imperialism, industrialism
  3. poetry connects humans, voice of the common man
    wordsworth
  4. over-aching themes of poetry
    • nature
    • imagination
    • emotion
    • anti-neoclassical
  5. Lines Written in Early Spring
    Wordsworth
  6. Coleridge's Poetry Philosophy 3 points
    • 1. Should NOT be written in words of the common man - emotions require more
    • 2. Doesn't believe "common language" exists - individual, class, universe
    • 3. Imagination
  7. Coleridge's Imaginations
    • primary - spontaneous creation of new ideas. Happens organically but expressed perfectly
    • Secondary - when thinking about creativity, consciousness alters thought
    • Fanciful - reconfigures existing ideas
  8. Kubla Khan - author and dates
    • Coleridge
    • written 1777, published 1816
  9. Pride and Prejudice - author, dates, original title
    • Jane Austen
    • written 1797, published 1813
    • "First Impressions"
  10. A Vindication of the Rights of Women - author and dates
    • Mary Wolestencraft
    • 1792
    • The standards we set for women are the insults we throw back at them

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