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Chpt. 13 Sec. 1

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What was the Second Great Awakening? a period of widespread evangelism
To whom did it appeal mostly? young women [20s and 30s]
What was transcendentalism? the idea that people could transcend, or rise above, the material things in life
Name 3 influential figures who found inspiration in transcendentalism? Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Henery David Thoreau
Which one was responsible for the essay "Self-Reliance" discussing concerns about society? Ralph Waldo Emerson
Which author's writings earned the person a reputation as a champion of women's rights? Margaret Fuller
Which writer lived alone in the woods for 2 years learning about self-reliancefrom isolation? Henery David Thoreau
What is a utopian community? a group of people working to establish a perfect society on Earth
Who started a community of Shakers, and how did they get their name? Ann Lee/ because of their tendency to shake their bodies during worship
How did this group live? by banning private ownership of property they lived an extremely plain lifestyle
Explain the idea behind the romantic movment that began in Europe. best expressed by emotion rather than reason
Who was a leading romantic painter? Thomas Cole
What is one of the best-known examples of romantic literature, and who was the author? The Scarlet Letter/ Nathaniel Hawthorne
What is Herman Melville's novel that is thought to be one of the finest American novels ever written? Moby Dick
Name several poets who wrote during the romantic period {4} Henery Wadsworth Longfellow, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, John Greenleaf Whittier
Which of these poets was the most popular during the mid-1800s Henery Wadsworth Longfellow
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