The literary concept of the sublime became important in the eighteenth century. It
is associated ... The fascination with the sublime in Romanticism first began in
landscaping; ... that is beyond ra...
a terrible violent storm on the ocean. A huge, mist-covered mountain. A howling
windstorm that .... Answer these · What is the point of view of the smith who could
Late German Romanticism (of, for example, E. T. A. Hoffmann's Der ... Both poets
were also involved in Utopian social thought in the wake of the .... Many
composers would take inspiration from the poetic nationalism present in their
homeland. ... These composers were concerned about the enormous influence of
Burke's politics have probably never thought of him as a repre- sentative of .... 16
Benedetto Croce, for example, associates art with intuition and rejects mea-
surements ... tions which make a horse beautiful, but these will not be the pro-
portions that ... sizing “instinct,” then it would appear that Burke's romanticism
Jun 14, 2016 ... Lovejoy, for example, claimed that romanticism is “the scandal of literary history ...
Nevertheless, in spite of these challenges the task of characterizing .... and the
significance of the imagination and the sublime—would have been .... way or
another according to the forms of discursive thought, the Absolute, .....
Dec 6, 2011 ... Romanticism, initiated by the English poets such as Coleridge and Wordsworth,
... with the beautiful which exists in thought, action, or person, not our own. ... [
unlike that of previous eras]…is not a Sublime of great conceptions, before ...
Through these shifts in focus, the Romantics argued, it would become ...
Romanticism, Nature, Ecology Gary Harrison, University of New Mexico I:
Introduction. ... In Worster's Nature's Economy, a key history of ecological thought,
we read ... Cronon's "The Trouble With Wilderness," for example, cites
Wordsworth's ..... The first of these essays treats the Kantian sublime as a model ...
Dec 11, 2015 ... Many of the age's foremost writers thought that something new was ... “These,
these will give the world another heart, / And other pulses,” wrote ... of “truth,” the
Romantics found the source of poetry in the particular, unique experience. ....
trying to develop a view of humanity that would be faithful to his twin...
However, these thinkers tend less and less to frame these ... in the poems of
Hölderlin (click here for an example) and of Schiller .... William Blake's debt to the
discourse of the sublime would be yet another matter. ... who, he thought, "mock
Inspiration and Vision" (cited Weiskel, 67).
I wonder if the Romantics ever thought it would come to this? ... of war, as well as
more traditional Romantic topics like the sublime and the picturesque. ...  In
both these examples, we see students reassessing conventional Romantic ...