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Unit VI Part 6 & 7

Jacksonian Democracy -The beginning of widespread democracy in the America's with Jackson as the "voice of the people" -Almost widespread white male suffrage and discipline for juveniles
serjents, "bobbies," and Schutzmannschaften -Police in countries such as France, Britain, and Germany -Main goal was safety of the people (not a military body)
London Mechanics' Institute -Institute created to make lower classes more productive, and less of a crime threat. -Hoped to civilize them by giving them knowledge.
Romanticism -A new direction in thinking towards trusting feelings an emotions. -
Geothe's The Sorrows of the Young Werther -Romanticism novel about a man who's love for a woman was not reciprocated, so he committed suicide -Goethe eventually rejected Romanticism for Classicism, although his book continued to set a Romanticism example.
brothers Grimm -Told Romanticist stories as if German history -Was a collection of fairy tales that are popular today.
Sir Walter Scott -A literary Romanticist novelist -Wrote Ivanhoe
neo-Gothic architecture -revival of medieval Gothic architecture across Europe -Was a part of the Romanticist movement
Mary Shelley's Frankenstien -Created as a piece of Gothic literature, which was a part of Romanticism focused on the bizarre. -Written in similar style of Edgar Allen Poe, taking Romanticism to an extreme.
Percy Bysshe -A romanticist poet who had a short, but intense life -wrote about the ways people are bound by laws
William Wordsworth -A Romantic poet emphasizing love for nature. -Described nature as a living thing, and tried to display its emotions.
Caspar David Friedrich, J.M.W Turner, and Eugene Delacroix -Romantic artists with the goal of painting more of the emotions of nature and places. -Used light and darkness to highlight emotions.
Ludwig von Beethoven and Hector Berlioz -Beethoven: a composer whose music contained aspects of Classicism and Romanticism, and conveyed emotions through his compositions -Berlioz: Romanticism composer who was a founder of program music (music using moods and sound effect to depict a story)
Chateaubriand's Genius of Christianity -book considered the "Bible of Romanticism" -Supported the Bible/Catholicism with Romanticism and Gothicism
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