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Romanticism

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  • 1. Bell Work
    • What event is directly linked to the start of the French Revolution?
    • The American Revolution
  • 2. The Burning of the Houses of Parliament By J. M. W. Turner                                                              
  • 3. What Is Romanticism?
    • Romanticism was a new intellectual movement at the end of the Eighteenth Century
    • Political and social causes became major themes in romantic poetry and writing
    • Romanticism emphasized feelings, emotion and imagination as sources of knowledge
    The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters By Francisco de Goya
  • 4. Characteristics of Romanticism
    • Emotion and feelings
    • Individualism
    • Interest in the past
    • Attraction to the exotic
    • Love of poetry
    • Worship of nature
    • Distrust of science
  • 5. Romantic Literature
    • Jean Jacques Rousseau
      • French political philosopher
      • & writer
    • William Wordsworth
      • English poet
    • Edgar Allan Poe
      • American poet and writer
  • 6. William Wordsworth                                                                                                                                        
  • 7. Romantic Art and Music
    • Casper David Friedrich
      • German artist
    • Franz Liszt
      • Hungarian
      • Pianist
    • Ludwig van Beethoven
      • German composer
  • 8. End Of Romanticism: Realism
    • In the mid 1800’s a Scientific Revolution was taking place
      • Pasteur (Germ theory)
      • Darwin (Evolution)
    • Led to a movement called Realism, which stated that the world should be viewed realistically
      • Charles Dickens (author)
      • Bismark (politician)
      • Courbet (French artist)
  • 9. I.R. Video
  • 10. Romantic or Realist?
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