ROMANTICISM AND REVOLUTION
Byron, Goethe, and Keats as examples of Romanticism vs. the Enlightenment, Blake’s response to industrialism, nostalgia for the more innocent medieval era, Mary Shelley and the gothic novel, Rousseau’s “noble savage,” American and French Revolutions, Byron’s “Ode to Napoleon,” Emerson’s “Self-Reliance” and American romanticization of the rugged individual, abolition literature.
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This title is part of the series: HISTORY THROUGH LITERATURE
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