Complete List of Terms and Definitions for Romanticism Test

Terms Definitions
Romantics Irving, Bryant
Find Hope The Bible
The nightmare(ROMANTICISM) Henry Fuseli
Detroit
John Constable The White House
Liberal Romanticism championed _______ Causes
succor help; relief; aid; assistance.
Fireside Poets Longfellow, Whittier, Holmes, Lowell
Louis Daguerre EARLY PHOTOGRAPHY, Daguerrotypes; first photographs
Gothicism Romanticism looked to the supernatural, or _________
insipid without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities; vapid:
Thanatopsis Greek word meaning view of death
Thomas Gainsborough (English) Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Napoleon in the Pesthouse of Jaffa Gros
Hugo "Les Miserables," "Hunchback of Notre Dame"
Science Romantics viewed _______ as cold, inhumane, and at odds with human characteristics
termagant a violent, turbulent, or brawling woman.
inimical adverse in tendency or effect; unfavorable; harmful:
foreshadowing clues or hints that suggest later events in the story
the tyger imagination, awe of nature, pastoral, tiger looks amazing and pretty, but is also a fierce eater
Gross Deutshland idea discussed during the Frankfurt Assembly that believed that everyone with German ethnicity should live in Germany
FRANCISCO GOYA, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters
Edwin Chadwick most important reformer of living conditions, utilitarianist: greatest good for the greatest number, sanitary idea, belived that disease and death actually caused poverty
Giuseppe Verdi This composer wrote "Aida", "La Traviata", and "Four Seasons"
Opprobrium the disgrace or reproach incurred by conduct considered outrageously shameful
After the girl was caught stealing from the store, her friends looked at her with opprobrium
ostentation pretentious or conspicuous show, as of wealth or importance; display intended to impress others.
William Cullen Bryant Wrote poetic statement of Romanticism at early age; first American poet with international acclaim
we are seven childhood, strong senses and emotions and feelings, imagination, individual, girl who has six brothers and sisters
emigrant someone who leaves their land to live in another country
Francisco de Goya The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters
Albert Einstein Theory of Relativity of time and space: time and spac are relative to the viewpoint of the observer and only the speed of light is constant for all frames of reference in the universe; E=mc2--> matter and energy are interchangeable
The Romantic movement was a reaction against much of the thought of... the Enlightenment
Three stress areas of romanticism Nature, Past, Human Nature
Percy Shelley one of the three main Romantics who was married to Mary Shelley and was paranoid of drowning, but ironically died of drowning
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe poet and author, "Faust" (1832), "Sorrows of the Young Werther
John Keats This man wrote "Ode to a Grecian Urn"
la belle dame sans merci awe of nature, imagination, emotions, what they see in nature
Alexander Graham Bell 1876 the inventor and year of the telephone and the year it was invented
jingling and tinkling of bells onomatopoeia the words are used to sound like its meaning, the jingling and tinkling enabling the soft pleasant sounds of pleasant bells purpose: the sounds that the words make are pleasant as is the mood at the current part of the poem
Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler - 1887 two people who invented the automobile and the year they did so. They also started the Mercedes Benz company and powered their cars with internal combustion engines.
What did Rousseau say man needed to do in order to become happy again? mankind must remain true to its natural being while still attempting to realize the new moral possibilities of life in society