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Sublime (literary)

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The literary concept of the sublime became important in the eighteenth century. It is associated with the 1757 treatise by Edmund Burke, though it has earlier roots. The idea of the sublime was take...

How did the Romantic writers define the term sublime - Answers

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Was Lord Byron a late Romantic writer? ... Which term is defined as the writer of a script for theater? ... Why did American Romantic writers reject rationalism?

The Sublime - University of Idaho

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Defined "The passion caused by the great and sublime in nature . . . is ... The Romantic does not go up in the hills with his buddies and a 12 pack of Keystone  ...

The Sublime

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The Sublime, the Beautiful, and the Picturesque (p. ... Edmund Burke's definitions in his Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the ... These were the emotions that Romantic poets tried to inspire or recreate in their poems. ... moved to the Lake District for its sublime views, it became too touristy for later writer...

Romanticism - terms & themes

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"Romanticism" is a period, movement, style, or genre in literature, music, and other ... nature as beauty and truth, esp. the sense of nature as the sublime (god- like .... For literature and the arts, "Romantic" has a broader meaning that does not ...

Gothic & Sublime

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The word sublime conveys a sense of height or loftiness, coming to signify the highest in a ... Romantic writers focus on the notion that certain aspects of the sublime style (grandeur of ... 503, what examples does he use to illustrate this?

Romantic Wilderness becomes sublime - MyWeb

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Writing · Z-A contents of this site. How does romanticism influence the perception and definition of "wilderness" ? Roderick Nash says. Romanticism represents a ...

English 560: Romanticism and the Sublime

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Often described as indescribable, the sublime is a concept that has for centuries generated debate amongst writers, artists, and philosophers. A mountain, a ...

Wordsworth and the sublime - The British Library

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Professor Philip Shaw explores the role of the sublime in Wordsworth's ... describes something as 'sublime' he combines several definitions of the term. In Peri .... He maintains research interests in British Romantic writing and the visual arts.

The Romantics - The British Library

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Dr Stephanie Forward explains the key ideas and influences of Romanticism, and considers their place in the work of writers including Wordsworth, Blake, P B Shelley and Keats. ... The 'Romantics' would not have used the term themselves: the label was .... A key idea in Romantic poetry is the concept of the sublime.

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the sublime - a brief history - Luke White's home page

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However, by the time Kant wrote this in 1790, the term already had a long and rich history. .... Dennis was later to be one of the first writers to use the notion of the sublime ... A proto-Romantic experience of nature as wild, rugged, vast – and even .... If Burke did not as such 'invent' this taste, the example of the authori...

Toward a Definition of Romanticism - The History Guide

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Because the expression Romanticism is a phenomenon of immense scope, embracing as it does, literature, politics, history, ... The term Romantic as a designation for a school of literature opposed to the Classic was first used ... excited his emotions, and ultimately allowed him "a sense sublime/Of something far more deeply .....

Landscape and the Sublime - The British Library

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Professor Philip Shaw considers how Romantic writers thought about the grandest and most terrifying aspects of nature, and the ways in which their writing responded to and influenced theories of the sublime. ... Please enter your search term.