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LA Romanticism Final

Ms. Mason LA 1st semester Romanticism final flashcards ()

The Spanish Inquisition 1478-1834 King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella had political and Catholic motives: wanted to control a country controlled by Moors w/ a large pop of Jews (many converts to Xtianity)
Romanz Old French: Heroic narratives originating in the Middle Ages, written in the Vernacular (common people)
What led to Romanticism American Revolution>French Revolution: LIBERTY AND EQUALITY Enlightenment: revolt against aristocracy Scientific rationalization
Romantic Sensibility Imagination/feeling over reasoning Escape confines of industrialization Logical thought=invalid for ART Wisdom of past, distrust in progress Gothic psychological exploration of the mind.
Birth of Romanticism 1700s=Age of Reason (Neoclassical)>artists and philosophers rebelled against the emphasis of reason over emotion.
Washington Irving 1st American writer to achieve international reputation. Sketches, essays, Historical books, stories influenced by HUMOR, FOLKLORE and TRAVEL DURING ROMANTICISM.
What did Tom walker find in his wife's apron? Her heart and innards
Who feels comfortable enough to question parson Hooper of his veil? His wife, Eleanor.
Which author did not care about meaning, only effect? Poe.
Gothic Devices The unknown, Dark, disease, the supernatural, evil, celestial beings.
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