Thesaurus / romanticism
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In France, Romanticism came to turn aside and check the movement.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
Buffons additions to the old chateau were made for comfort, whatever they may have lacked of romanticism.
Simply, it was due to a mixture of precaution and romanticism.
THE GAY ADVENTURERICHARD BIRD
In Denmark the connection between German and native Romanticism is of a very complex nature.
The reaction against Symbolism and Romanticism happened to coincide with the reaction against muddy technique.
The day of Romanticism was clearly over; but a return to the classic and humanitarian spirit of the 18th century was impossible.
We all know what a being set apart and free from all social and moral laws, what a "monster" romanticism made of the artist.
Romanticism may be defined as liberalism in literature; it is a breaking away from authority and a return to nature.
These two men, each in his own way, represent the transition from Romanticism to modern liberalism.
At twenty-five he put out his “Cromwell,” a drama, with a belligerent preface in favor of romanticism.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON

WORDS RELATED TO ROMANTICISM

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