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Could you please help me finding a little information about the poets' love for nature in the Romantic era?
I have the characteristics of the Romantic poetry but unfortunately I could't find more information about their love for the nature.
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The root idea of romanticism is freedom and revolt. Theodore Watts-Dunton has charactrised it as " the renascence of the feeling of wonder in poetry and art." The Spirit of this Age created the lyric of the Romantic Revival, and expressed itsef through that unparalled galaxy,--Burns, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats. In Burns and Wordsworth particularly, poetry became humanity's inheritance. Coleridge spanned the gap between reality and the fantastic; Shelley sang untiringly of the triumph of Love and Liberty ; and Keats of the triumph of Beauty.
In fine, they discarded the Rainbow of the sky, and fancied for the Butterfly which was at hand.