Chapter_33__&_34_Questions - Chapter 33 Objectives:

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Chapter 33 Objectives: After studying the chapter, you should be able to: define both nature and the relationship between the human mind and nature as seen in  Wordsworth and Constable. explain the similarities in sensibilities among Coleridge, Turner, and Melville, especially  the concept of the Sublime. relate the aesthetic ideas of Kant and Winckelmann to the poetry and paintings in this  chapter. define “transcendentalism” in terms of the writings of Emerson and Thoreau and the  paintings of Thomas Cole. explain the romantic sense of the Self as defined and expressed by the writers in this  chapter. Chapter 33 Questions 1. Discuss the quest of the early Romantic imagination. Using English Romantic  poetry as a focus, examine the relationships among imagination, nature, and the Self. 2. Recall Coleridge’s cynical comment and then summarize why  Lyrical Ballads  was  published anonymously. 3. Explain how John Constable’s sense that he was “a worshipper of Nature” is captured in  The Stour Valley and Dedham Village ?
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course COP 2800 taught by Professor Geraldreed during the Spring '08 term at Valencia.

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Chapter_33__&_34_Questions - Chapter 33 Objectives:

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