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asserted teh importance of emotion over reason
romanticism
stressed teh individual personality over social and artistic confromity
romanticism
reacted against the order and straint of the classical-oriented 18th century
romanticism
focused on personal experience - ratherthan on sets of rules and tradition- as the best guide to happiness
romanticism
nature is a source of inspiration
romanticism
espressed a passionate nationalism or love of country
romanticism
yearned for far away, picturesque places
romanticism
idealism: belief in a noble and heroic way of life
romanticism
accepts the real world is a reflection of an ideal world
romanticism
seeks to portray life exactly as possible
realism
began as the reaction to the romantic emphasis on the strange and the idealistic
realism
is more objective (concered witht he world) than subject (concered with personal response)
realism
concerned with ordinary people and situations
realism
nature has flies, as well as butterflies
realism