Romantic Literature Jeopardy ppt

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Romantic Literature Jeopardy ppt

  1. 1. Themes Societal Authors History Writing Influence Style 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  2. 2. ThemesHuman life is threatened in which theme? Nature
  3. 3. ThemesDissatisfaction of society is under which theme? Libertarianism
  4. 4. ThemesWhat provoked the theme of libertarianism?Capitalism spread throughout Europe.
  5. 5. ThemesAuthors who wrote about graveyards and the supernatural displayed which theme? Lure of the Exotic
  6. 6. ThemesWhich two countries is thetheme of the supernatural specifically important to? England and Germany
  7. 7. Societal InfluenceRomanticism influenced________ that has to do with schools? Education
  8. 8. Societal Influence Romanticism was thebeginning of which type of literature? Gothic
  9. 9. Societal InfluenceRomanticism had what type of influence on Spain? Revival of Spain’s nationalism.
  10. 10. Societal Influence Johann Wolfgang von Goethe influenced whichcountry during the Romantic era? Germany
  11. 11. Societal InfluenceWhich Romantic thinker was a major proponent of emotion and sensitivity? Rousseau
  12. 12. AuthorsWhich author is said to have contributed to the creation of the classic “fairytale”? Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  13. 13. AuthorsWho thought up the fantasy land of Angria? The Bronte Sisters
  14. 14. AuthorsWhich author wrote about a tragic hero who rejects his creation? Mary Shelley
  15. 15. AuthorsWhich author use their own personal growth as the subject of their poems (“artist as hero”) William Wordsworth
  16. 16. AuthorsWhich author believed that man and nature are not necessarily always in harmony? Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  17. 17. History What era did theRomanticism Movement revolt against? Age of Enlightenment
  18. 18. History What era sparked the Romantic idea oftransforming the way people see the world? Age of Revolutions
  19. 19. HistoryWhat two famous thinkers inspired the romantic period? Rousseau and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  20. 20. HistoryIn what time period did the Romantic Movement take place? 1770-1870
  21. 21. HistoryWhat ideas are behindRomanticism thought?Individual freedom, self- reliance, intuition, and imagination
  22. 22. Writing Style How did the speed of theromantic period differ from that of the enlightenment? It was quicker paced
  23. 23. Writing StyleRomantic style disregardedtraditional writing _______. Techniques
  24. 24. Writing StyleRomantic characters tended to be modeled very closely to the “______ ___.” “Common Man”
  25. 25. Writing StyleUnlike in the enlightenment, _______ was more important than _______ in the romantic era. Imagination, Reason
  26. 26. Writing StylePoets in the romantic period tended to use _____ _____ over traditional rhyming couplets. Blank Verse

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