Romantiscism

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Who most accurately reflected the romantic sensibility of the day: the poets, the artists or the musicians? Well first off what exactly is Romanticism? Romanticism was a literary and artistic movement of the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, resulting in part, from the ideals of the French Revolution and in part a revolt against classicism and the Enlightenment. It embodies none of which classicism and neoclassicism did which were precepts of order, calm, harmony, balance, …

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…audience. Not only did it possess everything that the Romantic Movement embodied, it also produced many influential writers that are still praised today, such as Mary Shelley, and Charlotte Brontë. Romantic literature surpassed its music and visual arts because of its unique quality; the ability to let the reader use his imagination in an association of powerful words and mental images. That is why Romantic literature is best portrayed the very essence that is Romanticism.