Romanticism lecture outline

Romanticism lecture outline - HWC 205 Romanticism History...

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HWC 205 – Romanticism History and the Romantic Movement Conventional dating 1798 – 1832 Expanded dating 1770 – 1870 Age of Revolutions American French 1848 Societal Shifts Enlightenment Industrial Revolution Imagination Reason Intellectual Origins of Imagination Art Reality Feeling Symbolism Nature The Divine Organic Sensuous Nuance Science The Self Literary Transformation François-René de Chateaubriand, Memoirs from Beyond the Tomb (1848) “In my interior and theoretical existence I am a man of dreams, in my exterior practical existence a man of realities. Adventurous and orderly, passionate and methodical, there never was a being more chimerical and more positive than me, more ardent and more icy, bizarre and androgyne, shaped by various bloodlines from my mother and my father.” The Opposition Neoclassicism Retreat from the General/Universal Individualism Romantic Heroes
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