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Romantic Movement

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1.
the late 18th- and early 19th-century movement in France, Germany, England, and America to establish Romanticism in art and literature.
Origin of Romantic Movement
1875-1880
1875-80
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  • The enormous influx of words into the literary vocabulary which the Romantic Movement brought about had two important effects.

    Landmarks in French Literature G. Lytton Strachey
  • At first the Romantic Movement was Christian and monarchical.

  • With Scott the Romantic Movement, the movement of an extended curiosity and an enfranchised imagination, has begun.

    Familiar Studies of Men and Books Robert Louis Stevenson
  • It was adopted as one of the heralds of the Romantic Movement in France.

    The Art of Letters Robert Lynd
  • The Romantic period took its spirit from the Romantic Movement in German poetry.

    How Music Developed W. J. Henderson
  • Delacroix: Connection of the Romantic Movement in painting with that in literature.

    Woman's Club Work and Programs Caroline French Benton
  • He joined the Romantic Movement and became a follower of Espronceda.

  • He thought the Romantic Movement, of which he became the accidental centre, a symptom of decay.

    Masques & Phases Robert Ross
  • The Romantic Movement was essentially German in its origin, but its influence was not bounded by the Rhine.

    The Opera R.A. Streatfeild

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