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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sublime_(literary)

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 taken up by Immanuel Kant and the Romantic ... Longinus defines the literary sublime as "excellence in language", the " expression ...

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Which term is defined as the writer of a script for theater? playwright ... What are the key characteristics of Romantic writers? ... How did romantics think sublime?

knarf.english.upenn.edu/Contexts/sublime.html

The sublime, a notion in aesthetic and literary theory, is a striking grandeur of thought and emotion. ... On the Sublime in 1712), long attributed to a Greek writer called Longinus. Longinus defines literary sublimity as "excellence in language," the ... through the middle eighteenth century, and over time its meaning exanded to ...

www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/the-sublime/the-romantic-sublime-r1109221

Edmund Burke's Philosophical Enquiry (1757) connected the sublime with experiences of awe, terror and danger. Burke saw nature as the most sublime object, ...

www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/wordsworth-and-the-sublime

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.

lukewhite.me.uk/sub_history.htm

The word sublime; 'Longinus' on the sublime; Reception of Longinus in the ... and fall of both Neoclassicism and Romanticism, the 'sublime' was one of the central ... and to overcome and ravish them : "Great writing does not persuade; it takes ...... in which the sublime was defined by such writers as Burke and Kant, and the  ...

faculty.winthrop.edu/kosterj/engl203/overviews/sublime.htm

Edmund Burke's definitions in his Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of ... He defines the sublime as a quality of art or experience that "excites the ideas ... Picturesque Travel, and Sketching Landscape were Romantic best- sellers. ... to the Lake District for its sublime views, it became too touristy for later writers; ...

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We will define the Romantic movement by examining and exploring some of its most ... Power of the Senses; 3:49 Nature & the Sublime; 5:11 Lesson Summary .... While most people associate the word romantic with love, in a literary context it is ... This period is full of writers ignoring the traditional rules. .... Did you know…

coursesite.uhcl.edu/HSH/Whitec/terms/R/Romanticism.htm

"Romanticism" is a period, movement, style, or genre in literature, music, and other arts starting in ... the rise of nation-states as defining social and geographic entities ... 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 ...