romantic_era_in_mericuh

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Romantic Era in ‘Mericuh Andrew Bierbower
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‘Mericun Artists American painters and writers generally styled their works off of England’s productions. There wasn’t much music produced in America at the time, however European performers found a vast fan base.
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‘Mericun Painting: Genesee Scenery-Thomas Cole Summer Night-Winslow Homer Paintings had more landscapes in them, usually referred as luminism.
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Paul Revere by Jonathan Singleton Copley
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‘Mericun Literature Transcendentalism was the concept of the unity of humans and nature and was the main focus of American produced works during this time.
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Unformatted text preview: Ralph Waldo Emerson penned The American Scholar and called for the development of an American National Literature. However, far more successful, was Henry David Thoreau who wrote Walden, uses One of the first great poets of America was Walt Whitman. His ideas of freedom, tolerance, and spiritual unity were way before their time and he developed sort of a cult following. Leaves of Glass was his first major work. Also Emily Dickinson flourished during this time. While her life was more private than Whitmans, her works are certainly known better....
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