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  • 1. PRAKRUTI BHATT 12 2 ND SEM 2013ROMANTIC LITERATURE ROMANTICISM
  • 2. ROMANTICISM INTRODUCTION THE SECOND CREATIVE PERIOD OF ENGLISH LITERATURE
  • 3. DEFINITION “Romanticism is disease, Classism is health.” -Goethe “The return to nature.” -Rousseau “The opposite, not of classicism but of realism, a withdrawal from outer experience to concentrate upon inner.” -Abercrombie “The reawakening of the life and thought of the Middle Ages.” -Heine
  • 4. PRINCIPLES IMAGINATION INDIVIDUALISM SUBJECTIVITY PREFERENCES TO “PERTICULAR” SENSIBILITY
  • 5. SOURCES OF INSPIRATION FOR ROMANTICISTS MIDIEVALISM GEOGRAPHICAL EXPLORATION NATURE THE PREMETIVE UTOPIANISM THE MECABRE POLITICAL LIBERTY
  • 6. VISUAL ART Romantic art was emotional, deeply- felt, individualistic, and exotic. It has been described as a reaction to Neoclassicism, or Anti-classicism.
  • 7. EXAMPLE OF ART
  • 8. MUSIC
  • 9. EXAMPLE OF MUSIC
  • 10. THANK YOUVISIT-’http://www.britannica.com/ebchecked/topic/508675/romanti cism