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Romanticism was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that ...

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American Romanticism was the first full-fledged literary movement that developed in the U.S. It was made up of a group of authors who wrote and published ...

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Aug 18, 2001 ... American Romanticism (or the American Renaissance) ... many years, this period and these writers were known as the American Renaissance, ...

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This period, now referred to as the “American Renaissance” of literature, often has been identified with American romanticism and transcendentalism. Literary ...

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AMERICAN ROMANTICISM OVERVIEW [1]. "Romanticism," as a term, derives from "romance," which from the Medieval Period (1200-1500) and on simply ...

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Literary characteristics: Romanticism, Transcendentalism ... The Romantic Period in the history of American literature stretches from the end of the 18th century ...

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The Romantic Period in American Literature (1830 -1865). Often considered the first period of American creativity, the Romantic period is placed within the ...

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Jul 6, 2014 ... Excellent presentation! Transcendentalism, with the benefit of knowing some of the gnostic documents, would be the same. There seems not ...

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When Ralph Waldo Emerson called for "an original relation to the universe" in 1836 (Collected Works, vol. 1, p. 7), he was attempting to provide an American ...