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  • Written In The Romantic Era
    445 words
    Letters from the Heart I'm lonely. Being alone makes me feel like I'm lost, an outcast that doesn't deserve to stay here with the ones I love. They all ignore me now, they all treat me like the sinner I am. It's cold outside and as I wander from door to door seeking warmth and, perhaps, a little compassion from my friends, I recieve neither. Perhaps I deserve it. They aren't sinners. How could they possibly feel what I'm feeling right now The Scarlet Letter, written by Nathaniel Hawthorn, offers...
  • Artists Of The Romantic Era
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    The Romantic period displayed a marked change in the styles of art. Painters, writers, and musicians began to feel a freedom like never before. Painters began to show emotions on the faces of their subjects. Writers began to write with their own emotions, contradictory to the neo-classical balance and forms. Musicians broke away from folk tales and began to write of love and emotions. Music displayed the population's desires for freedom and individuality. Francisco Goya (1746-1828) may have been...
  • Emotions And Feelings
    508 words
    The nineteenth century brought with it many new views and a large variety of themes. One of theses main ideas was known as Romanticism. The main point of the Romanticism was to focus on feelings not answers. It had an impact on many places. This was a believe of poetry, music, arts, and writing. This was a time for your emotions not your mind. It was a large step back from a modern society. he romantics had a large belief that a parson cannot come to understand themselves through logic. Logic wa...
  • Poet And Romantics
    540 words
    The Romantic Movement began in the late eighteenth century and was a philosophical revolt against rationalism, which became a worldwide phenomenon. Unlike the Enlightenment which was an appeal to the use of reason, romanticism encouraged society to follow their heart and rediscover their feelings when expressing themselves. This basic aim of romanticism resulted in a return to nature, the revival of the artist and the development of nationalistic and religious pride. The Romantic era grew alongs...
  • Emotions And Feeling
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    1. One of the fundamental beliefs true in romanticism is the belief in the natural goodness of humanity. The idea that man, in a natural, uninfluenced state, would behave well is almost always true in works of romanticism. It is society and its rules that influence and change us from our natural state and may sometimes lead us to make some bad decisions. So, if man follows his heart, he will more likely be following goodness and if he follows his mind then he may stray from his path of goodness....

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