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The first one has been completed for you below as an example. Discipline Each discipline’s MindEdge Module page is hyperlinked. How would you describe thisdiscipline during this period? Which theme (or themes)helped shape the discipline?What new ideas or inventionswere introduced to thediscipline then?Description Connected Themes Innovations Philosophy
Passion Individualism Nature
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ArtArchitectureMusicMajor Works in The Romantic Period During the Romantic Period, artists, authors, and others focused their efforts on expressing theRomantic interest in emotion, nature, and personal experience as our sources for truth and freedom.Many works also promoted the idea of The Romantic Hero – a rebellious social critic who stands apart from society’s rules so he or she can make a commentary on it. Pro Tip:To assist you, the Major Works are grouped by discipline, in order. The Objective Assessment will not ask you to remember their dates. The first one is completed for you as anexample. 31
Major Works of PhilosophyName of the WorkCreator Name the work’s creator. Summary Briefly describe the work in one sentence or less.Themes Which theme(s)inspired this work?Nature EmersonThis book describes Transcendentalism:The idea that spending time in naturegives humans time to reflect & gain betterself-knowledge.NatureIndividualismMajor Works of LiteratureMoby Dick Leaves of Grass Frankenstein The Narrative of theLife of Frederick Douglass“Ain’t I a Woman?” The Raven 32
Major Works of Art Liberty Leading the People Collision of Moorish Horsemen The Raft of the Medusa Saturn Devouring His Son The Burning of the Houses ofParliament Wanderer Above the Sea of Fog Major Works of Architecture Crystal Palace Major Works of Music 33
Symphony No. 1 in C Minor Nocturne Op. 27 No. 1Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2Also Sprach Zarathustra Rhapsody on a Theme ofPaganini Lohengrin “Ride of the Valkyries” Cultural Exchange & Diversity in The Romantic Period Cultural exchange is the sharing of ideas that occurs when Western, European cultures interact withthose outside of itself. Through trade and exploration, Europe’s cultures began to include ideas andgoods gained from the wider world. Pro Tip:Use MindEdge Module 5.15to complete this section. The first one is filled in as an example. 34
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