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  • 1. Romanticism
  • 2. Romanticism Artistic, literary, and intellectual movement. Europe at the end of the eighteenth century . Reaction to the Industrial Revolution and the rationalization of the century before.
  • 3.  Began in Germany. Proto-romantic movement calledSTURM UND DRANG (Storm and stress)
  • 4. Characteristics of the romantic literature French Revolution. Expression of feelings, including terror. Against rules. Individualism and isolation of poets. Escape from the reality:  Evocation of the past: ancient and medieval history.  Wild nature, exotic places.  Supernatural.
  • 5. Characteristics of the romantic literature Nationalism: development of the national languages. Folklore, local customs and traditions. Marginalized elements of the society.
  • 6. Romantic authors in Britain and SpainJohn Keats Percy Shelley
  • 7. Romantic authors in Britain and SpainMary Shelley Charlotte & Emily Bronte
  • 8. Romantic authors in Britain and SpainMariano José Gustavo A.De Larra Bécquer
  • 9. Romantic authors in Britain and Spain Rosalía de Castro
  • 10. Romantic authors in Britain and SpainLord Byron, George Gordon1788-1824
  • 11. Sir Walter Scott1771- 1832
  • 12. José de Espronceda1808- 1842
  • 13. José Zorrilla1817-1893