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felt for the ideals of the French Revolution, whose collapse and replacement with the dictatorship of Napoleon was,. 103 Another French encyclopedia holds that the German temperament generally "can be described as the deep and diverse action of romanticism on German musicians and that there is only one true representative of Romanticism in French music, Hector Berlioz, essay about life in the future while in Italy, the sole great. 27 However, in most fields the Romantic Period is said to be over by about 1850, or earlier. "The 'Romantic Operas' and the Turn to Myth". Secaucus,.J.: Chartwell Books. The Oxford Handbook of European Romanticism (2016). His Romantic period included many historical pieces of "Troubadour" tendencies, but on a very large scale, that are heavily influenced by Gian Battista Tiepolo and other late Baroque Italian masters. He also created polemics by translating Goethe 's Faust without knowing German, but using French versions of the play. George Sand was a central figure of the Parisian literary scene, famous both for her novels and criticism and her affairs with Chopin and several others; 68 she too was inspired by the theatre, and wrote works to be staged at her private estate. 98 He also shared with many of the Romantic painters a more free handling of paint, emphasized in the new prominence of the brushstroke and impasto, which tended to be repressed in neoclassicism under a self-effacing finish.
Spanish Romanticism also influenced regional literatures. 86 South America edit A print exemplifying the contrast between neoclassical. "Towards an Understanding of Spanish Romanticism". From Enlightenment to Romanticism in 18th Century Europe Holmes, Richard. Romanticism the school of nature : nineteenth-century drawings and paintings from the Karen. In the later eighteenth century, many plays were written for and performed by small amateur companies and were not published and so most have been lost. Retrieved "El escritor José de Espronceda". The " Immortal Game played by Adolf Anderssen and Lionel Kieseritzky on in London where Anderssen made bold sacrifices to secure victory, giving up both rooks and a bishop, then his queen, and then checkmating his opponent with his three remaining minor pieces is considered. By the 1880s, however, psychological and social realism were competing with Romanticism in the novel. Being well-read himself, Melvilles writing betrays a deep understanding of history, mythology, and religion.