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iheartfood Group Title

What are some interesting time periods from the past? Any interesting eras or such? And please explain what they are!!! Also, can someone please describe romanticism (romantic era/period) to me? Thanks!

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  1. iheartfood Group Title
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    Hi! Thanks for coming!! :)

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  2. iheartfood Group Title
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    I cannot think of any interesting time periods from the past and I need help please!! :) Anything is okay, as long as it is historic!

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    sorry i cant help

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    Romanticism (or the Romantic era/Period) was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century and in most areas was at its peak in the approximate period from 1800 to 1840. Partly a reaction to the Industrial Revolution,[1] it was also a revolt against aristocratic social and political norms of the Age of Enlightenment and a reaction against the scientific rationalization of nature.[2] It was embodied most strongly in the visual arts, music, and literature, but had a major impact on historiography,[3] education[4] and the natural sciences.[5] Its effect on politics was considerable and complex; while for much of the peak Romantic period it was associated with liberalism and radicalism, in the long term its effect on the growth of nationalism was probably more significant.

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    And if you can summarize romanticism for me that would be great! Cuz that was from the past and I need a clearer definition of it :)

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    Historical periods Main article: History by period Mesopotamia (3500 BC – 559 BC) Historical Periods of the Americas Further information: History of the Americas Further information: History of the United States Classic and Postclassic eras, Central America (200 AD – 1519 AD) Early Intermediate, Middle Horizon, Late Intermediate, Late Horizon (Peru, 200 AD – 1534 AD) Huari, Chimú, Chincha, Chanka Confederation, Tiwanaku, Inca Baroque (New World, 1600 AD – 1750 AD) Spanish hegemony (Americas, 16th century – 1820s) Reconstruction era (United States, 1865 AD – 1877 AD) Gilded Age (United States, 19th century) Progressive Era (United States, 1890s – 1920s)

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    @AmberK thanks! :) Was the thingy on romanticism from wikipedia by any chance? b/c i felt like i read that b4 haaha :) and thanks for all the historical periods! :) do you have any quick summaries on those periods?

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    Romanticism: a movement of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries that marked the reaction in literature, philosophy, art, religion, and politics from the neoclassicism and formal orthodoxy of the preceding period. Romanticism arose so gradually and exhibited so many phases that a satisfactory definition is not possible. The aspect most stressed in France is reflected in Victor Hugo's phrase "liberalism in literature," meaning especially the freeing of the artist and writer from restrains and rules and suggesting that phase of individualism marked by the encouragement of revolutionary political ideas. The poet Heine noted the chief aspect of German romanticism in calling it the revival of medievalism in art, letters, and life

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    thats a clear understanding of it in my own words

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    So romanticism was basically the era of the arts and literature and anything creative?

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    @AmberK like a creative revolution? And it was gradual so it wasn't really a definitive era, but it still had a great impact? is that it? during that time period people were surrounded by creativeness through religion, art, literature, politics, philosophy, etc... ?

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    hi @wach do u think i have romanticism down? :)

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    Hm. I wouldn't say that it was strictly a creative revolution, because there wre many other art periods before it. It was gradual though, yet distinctive. And the bit about how the art period was influenced by religion, art, etc, is correct, but there are some characteristics you'll want to emphasize that are totally specific to the era:

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    But it was an artsy and creative era yes?

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    You can think of Romanticism as a reaction to what artists considered 'wrong' with society. In their works, they discussed: - Emotion as the forefront of what was beautiful and /human/, and more important than logical (you have to FEEL) - The mysticism and relief found in nature - Love of the exotic (which was considered a beautiful escape) - The supernatural (escape from reality)

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    Yeah, the era was totally artsy-fartsy so you have it down on that main aspect. Just remember: emotion. :)

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    @wach so i can describe it as the era that was artsy and creative but was filled with emotion? BEcuase emotion was what triggered all those changes and created the romantic era??

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    you seem to have gotten it right good job

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  19. iheartfood Group Title
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    thanks @AmberK :)

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    Let's look at it in a sort of cause>solution: Social tensions (industrialization, too much emphasis on logic, etc) > New emphasis on creativity and emotion But yes, that's about right. Nice job! :)

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    thanks @wach

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