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  • proper noun 18th Century artistic and intellectual movement which stressed emotion, freedom and individual imagination.

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Examples

  • That so many remained selectively interested in Romanticism is clear evidence of a persistent commitment to the historical outlook that keeps haunting the textual analyses as their bad conscience.

    'At the Far End of this Ongoing Enterprise...'

  • Romanticism is the atmosphere of a soulful life, and civility and gracefulness create a deeper style of living.

    Thomas Moore: The Cultural Warming of America

  • Transformation: The Psyche in Romanticism (2006) and

    About This Volume

  • Just as one might say that "ah" inheres in as well as preceding the word "Mama," so, in this leading genre of Romanticism, is there always a phantasmal "Oh" embedded in the address of every odic shorthand "O."

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • Romanticism is filled with such uncanny encounters with otherness (think of how many times something like the Specter of the Brocken appears in Romantic literature).

    Introduction

  • Pleasures of Verse, Studies in Romanticism 40 close window

    Notes on 'Sounding Romantic: The Sound of Sound'

  • The dialectical operations of the creative imagination in Romanticism locate Jung's notion of the unconscious within consciousness itself as what

    Romanticism, Alchemy, and Psychology

  • As David Knight notes, in Romanticism's time the sciences still "lacked sharp and natural frontiers," and disciplinary boundaries were as yet indistinct.

    Introduction

  • Because of the nature of music, this sort of thinking doesn't necessarily imply any progressive timeline, either: there are still composers who find that the inherent conflicts in Romanticism, or serialism, or what have you, provide the appropriate drama for their expressive goals.

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  • Because of the nature of music, this sort of thinking doesn't necessarily imply any progressive timeline, either: there are still composers who find that the inherent conflicts in Romanticism, or serialism, or what have you, provide the appropriate drama for their expressive goals.

    Archive 2007-09-01

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