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Romantic Poetry:
Blake and Shelley: “Poet’s private imaginative vision against ordinary world experience”
*Pronoun “I” – Each person is unique- have personal expressions or feelingsPoetic Spontaneity and Freedom
Art: Art Fact – Artistic Construction (neoclassicist)
*Heart v/s the Head
Romantics: Reflected and revised but the act must be spontaneous, free from rules. NotStructural Ej: genuine poems.
Uniqueness -- I- --- Poetry
Romantic must be spontaneous, free from rules, emotional. Not structural.
Individual Feelings, Emotions.
-FluidFeelings of the writer himself.
Mind- context, language- Extern
Nature Poetry
Romantics believe in uniquess - going to the origin, and it is nature ( origin of human being, nature)
Flora and Fauna,primary poetic subject. Back to essence of Human Being.
Nature Poems, descriptive and meditative
Nature: Human Life, passion and expressiveness -Description from individualism
Rene Descartes:Mechanical World
Romantic Poetry: Inner world v/s outer world
The glorification of the commonplace?
*French Revolution = Poetry
-equally, common life, language spoken by men, rustic origin ofeverything
Revolution: Break of traditional concepts and institutions
Man: world of liberty and equality.

The supernatural and “Strangeness in Beauty “
Romanticism is divided in:
1) Stage; -Revolution / Political
-Poetry / Expression of feelings
Here the focus change, after French -Revolution, with a negative thought
2) Stage; - Supernatural and dark imagery- Fictional Stories (symbolism)
- Narrative (Frankenstain)
- Satanic Writers ( E.A.Poe) Concepto de Antiheroe- more real

-”NaturalSupernaturalism” wonder in familiar or common elements
Mistery and Magic – ancient folklore, superstition and demonology
-to impress the reader
-“the medieval revival”
(in order to impress the...
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