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    The love for nature in the Romantic poetry

    Hello, how are you?

    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.

    thank you


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    Re: The love for nature in the Romantic poetry

    I dont understand what you are asking for...sorry


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    Re: The love for nature in the Romantic poetry

    Quote Originally Posted by Englishmax View Post
    I dont understand what you are asking for...sorry

    Someone to write the essay on their behalf. Ignore.

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    Smile Re: The love for nature in the Romantic poetry

    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.

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    Re: The love for nature in the Romantic poetry

    Quote Originally Posted by dnguha View Post
    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.
    If this is not your original writing, you need to state your source.
    (Besides the OP will need it).

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