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Romanticism and the romantic school in Germany.
Robert M Wernaer
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Romanticism can be construed as an opposite to "classicism," drawing on Rousseau's notion of the goodness of the natural. Romanticism holds that pure logic is insufficient to answer all questions. Despite a founding French influence, Romanticism was most widespread in Germany and England, largely as a reaction to the French Enlightenment. Romanticism was not a movement; it was a series of movements that had dynamic impacts on art, literature, science, religion, economics, politics, and the individual’s understanding of self. Not all streams of Romanticism were the same. Some, in fact, were almost completely the opposite in their results from others.
If by romanticism one means the free manifestation of my personal impulses, distancing myself from the rules set in schools, and my distaste for the recipes of the academy, I must confess that not only am I a romantic, I was from the age of At the end of the 18 th century and well into the 19 th, Romanticism quickly spread throughout Europe. Romans and Romantics Edited by Timothy Saunders, Charles Martindale, Ralph Pite, and Mathilde Skoie Classical Presences. The first extensive and wide-ranging discussion of the relationship between Romanticism and Roman antiquity; Includes 18 contributions from an international team of scholars working in various disciplines.
Since around , we have been living in a highly distinctive era in the history of love that we can call Romanticism. Romanticism emerged as an ideology in Europe in the mid-eighteenth century in the minds of poets, artists and philosophers, and it has now conquered the world, powerfully (yet always quietly) determining how a shopkeeper’s son in Yokohama will . Romanticism as a literary movement lasted from about to and marked a time when rigid ideas about the structure and purpose of society and the universe were breaking down. During this period, emphasis shifted to the importance of the individual's experience in the world and his or her interpretation of that experience, rather than.
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This book deals with the past and with the present, with the Romantic School in Germany and with Romanticism as a phase in human life. There is only one work in the English language which treats the Romantic School in Germany in any comprehensive manner.
OCLC Number: Description: xv, , pages 22 cm: Contents: Ch. Romanticism, classiscism and humanism --ch. romantic mission --ch. III. Romanticism and symbolism --ch. Romantic leaders: Wackenroder and Tieck ; The two Schlegels ; Novalis --ch.
romantic women: Dorothea ; Caroline --ch. Wackenroder as an impressionistic and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wernaer, Robert M. (Robert Maximilian), Romanticism and the romantic school in Germany.
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The first focuses on the larger historical and political context of the Romantic movement in Germany, the second on the philosophical, cultural and aesthetic coordinates of German Romanticism, and the final section investigates the critical aesthetics of the Jena or early German Romantics, as articulated in the fragments and aphorisms of the Cited by: 4.
Romanticism in Germany By Nasrullah Mambrol on Novem • (11) During the s and s, Germany witnessed the rise of the Sturm und Drang (“Storm and Stress”) movement in which writers and critics such as Johann Gottfried von Herder (–), Goethe, and Schiller experimented with new subjective modes of expression.
The renowned scholar Rüdiger Safranski’s Romanticism: A German Affair both offers an accessible overview of Romanticism and, more critically, traces its lasting influence, for better and for ill, on German culture.
Safranski begins with the eighteenthcentury Sturm und Drang movement, which would sow the seeds for Romanticism in Germany.
While Romanticism was a broad artistic, literary, and intellectual movement, German /5(6). When Rüdiger Safranski had completed his doctorate at the Freie Unversität, Berlin, he wished to write a habilitation thesis on the topic of the German Romantic E.T.A.
Hoffman. The editor at Hanser to whom he offered the idea replied: ‘If you write a readable book about E.T.A. Hoffman we shall print it, and if you write a habilitation. It was in Germany where Romantic visual art first emerged in the years between and ¹ This time span can be conventionally structured into three distinct currents: Frühromantik (Early Romanticism, –), Hochromantik (High Romanticism, –15), and Spätromantik (Late Romanticism, –30).² While the boundaries between.
Heidelberg Romantics, poets of the second phase of Romanticism in Germany, who were centred in Heidelberg about Their leaders were Clemens Brentano, Achim von Arnim, and Joseph von Görres; their brief-lived organ was the Zeitung für Einsiedler ().
The most characteristic production of this school was the collection of folk songs entitled Des Knaben Wunderhorn. The historicism of romantic thinking was most brilliantly and completely manifested in the historical novel (J.
Cooper, A. de Vigny, and Hugo, as well as Scott, who transcended romanticism), and also in works by the historians of the French romantic school (A. Thierry, F. Guizot, and F. Mignet). Romanticism though in its beginning little concerned with politics or the state, prepared the rise of German nationalism after It was an aesthetic revolution, a resort to imagination, almost feminine in its sensibility; it was poetry more deeply indebted to the spirit of music than the poetry of the eighteenth century had been, rich in emotional depth, more potent in magic by: Romanticism has been seen as "the revival of the life and thought of the Middle Ages", reaching beyond rational and Classicist models to elevate medievalism and Romanticism was a complex artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in the second half of the eighteenth century in Western Europe, and gained strength during and.
Romanticism was an artistic, literary, musical and intellectual movement that originated in Europe towards the end of the 18th century, and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from to Romanticism was characterized by its emphasis on emotion and individualism as well as glorification of all the past and nature, preferring the medieval rather.
romanticism, term loosely applied to literary and artistic movements of the late 18th and 19th cent. Characteristics of Romanticism. Resulting in part from the libertarian and egalitarian ideals of the French Revolution, the romantic movements had in common only a revolt against the prescribed rules of classicism.
The romantic spirit originally come into being and strengthened in Germany, France and England from the middle of 18th century, as a react against the prevailing neo-classical spirit and rationalism during the age of Reason.
In literature, romanticism found earlier expression in German, French and England literatures than in American literature. Books shelved as romanticism: Frankenstein: The Text by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, The Sorrows of Young Werther by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Wut.
Culture and Nationalism German romanticism The "verlorene heimat." the redemption idea The doctrine of the "urvolk." the shades of the past Arndt's hatred of the french Kleist's german "catechism." Ludwig Jahn, a pioneer of hitlerism Arrogant germanism German jungle spirit The Burschenschaft Rome's influence on romanticism After damascus Frederick of Gentz Adam Muller and the romantic.
Introductory explanation of the history of philosophy the leads to Johann Hamann and Immanuel Kant, preparing us for the beginning of the most important phil.
The Romantic Movement in Europe, which began in the later years of the 18th century, came to dominate literature and thought during the first part of the 19th century.
This movement was characterized by the intense assertion of freedom and imagination, by the glorification of individualism and the virtue of untamed nature, and by a melancholy.Romantic literature was obsessed with the notions of passion, emotion, love, and inwardness.
Romantic poets demonized the industrial revolution and Enlightenment science as leading to alienation, mechanization, and material exploitation. Likewise, the necessity for innocence is a common theme in Romantic literature/5(18).Since the dawn of Romanticism, artists and intellectuals in Germany have maintained an abiding interest in the gods and myths of antiquity while calling for a new mythology suitable to the modern age.
In this study, George S. Williamson examines the factors that gave rise to this distinct and profound longing for myth. In doing so, he demonstrates the entanglement of .