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1. Which of the following statements about American Romanticism is NOT true? Romanticism in American literature stemmed from Romanticism in British literature. Romanticism valued imagination and emotion over reason and intellect. Gothic short stories are a subgenre of American Romanticism. Love is the primary theme in the literature of American Romanticism.

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Romanticism came right after the Enlightenment. Many Enlightenment thinkers valued logic, reason, and scientific thinking. Many artists and writers of the Enlightenment also valued logic and reason. In the 1700s in Europe, the dominant style in the arts was neoclassicism, which means "new classicism." Neoclassical artists admired certain qualities of Greek and Roman art and literature, such as harmony, order, and balance. The Romantics reacted against the neoclassical style of the Enlightenment, making your answer...I'm sure you can now figure it out using this information. Good Luck! :)
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