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In Britain, the movement's destructive element was confined to the philosophical sphere whereas in other parts of Europe the ideology underlying Romanticism led to political and social upheaval.
This relaxing of boundaries between romanticism and modernism--highlighted especially by Richard Taruskin's argument that modernism's "beliefs and practices .
Romanticism was the ideology of a new society, and the expression of a world-view of a generation, which no longer believed in absolute values, could no longer believe in any values without thinking about their relativity and historical limitation.
Between the introduction to Romanticism & Gender and the postscript to Mothers of the Nation (2000), we witness Romanticism made simultaneously whole and new again.
Dupre justly understands that, despite the greatness of Goethe and of Schiller, when we seek the greatest poetic figures of German Romanticism we ought to focus on Holderlin and Novalis.
Despite all those disenchanting gestures--the hurling away of poetry, the casting out of a poetic self ('the song of myself'), and with this the excesses of romanticism (the poem was 'stolen anyway')--poetry itself is preserved a place in enchanted wonder.
Page reads Aguilar in terms of British Romanticism and nineteenth-century Britain's Evangelical culture, though her use of an idealized Wordsworthian naturalism as a foil to Aguilar's realism--"oneness with others and nature was often at odds with the harshness of experience" (95)--turns Wordsworth into something of a straw man.
In examining romanticism and sexuality, especially as it relates to gender differences, there appears to be a higher correlation between romanticism and eroticism for women than for men.
A highlight of the Kirklees Concert Season, the Orchestra of Opera North welcomes two world-class artists renowned for their interpretations of Russian Romanticism music, conductor Jac van Steen and pianist Peter Donohoe, for what is sure to be a compelling evening of music making.
With its four literary chapters dedicated to Wordsworth s lesser known, early texts--Salisbury Plain (1894), The Convention of Cintra (1809), The Excursion (1814), and The White Doe of Rylstone (1815)--Gothic Romanticism is closer to a single-author study designed to appeal to specialists in Romantic studies than an intercession in a broader conversation on Gothic literature.
Dutch Romanticism was distinguished by a harking back to 17th century art and, as someone once described, to a 'small amount of joy and a small amount of sorrow' and to beauty in the commonplace.
Romanticism spills out of the arts and into other areas: into science, though not into Newtonian mechanics (as with Kant and Spinoza) but, rather, into a more organic view of nature.