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But if you had not driven me to it, I would have been a romanticist still—always weaving dreams.
COMRADE YETTAALBERT EDWARDS
In admiration of these it is impossible for us nowadays to go as far as even the romanticist, though extremely catholic, Gautier.
FRENCH ARTW. C. BROWNELL
The purely classical composer is always master of his subject, whereas the romanticist is often carried away by it.
MUSIC: AN ART AND A LANGUAGEWALTER RAYMOND SPALDING
In his study of men of science Ostwald has introduced the distinction of classicist and romanticist.
MAJOR PROPHETS OF TO-DAYEDWIN E. SLOSSON
Here had the painter ever found color and form for his canvas; the romanticist, theme and character for his story.
THE GREATER LOVEGEORGE T. MCCARTHY
He has been aptly called a "Romanticist with a classical equipment."
MUSIC: AN ART AND A LANGUAGEWALTER RAYMOND SPALDING
Now, while the author of Salamnbo was a romanticist turned sour, the author of Carmen was a sentimentalist sheathed in irony.
The romanticist must maintain that only what is painful can be noble and only what is lurid bright.
CHARACTER AND OPINION IN THE UNITED STATESDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
"He is not a Romanticist in the sense you mean," sighed Vera.
THE PRECIPICEIVAN GONCHAROV
It is more especially his style which makes of him a Romanticist before the days of Romanticism.

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