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Idea,Period,Movement

Terms for the UNCA Literature and Language Comprehensive Exams

TermDefinition
Aesthetic Movement
Augustan Style of English literature during the reign of Q Anne, K George I, and II. 1st half of 18th century; ends 1740s with death of Pope and Swift. Features rapid development of the novel, satire, poetry of personal exploration. Drama moves from political sat
Elizabethan Q Elizabeth I's reign, from 1558-1603.
Enlightenment 18th century belief that humanity could improve by applying logic and reason to all things. Rejected untested beliefs, superstition, and the "barbarism" of the earlier medieval period, and embraced the literary, architectural, and artistic forms of the Gr
Expressionism
Fin de Sicele
Harlem Renaissance
Humanism
Imagism
Impressionism
Jacobean
Magical Realism
Modernism
Naturalism
Neoclassicism
Neoplatonism
Platonism
Postmodernism
Pre-Raphaelitism
Realism
Reformation
Renaissance
Restoration
Romanticism
Sentimentalism
Surrealism
Symbolist movement
Transcendentalism
Victorian
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