"I had been hungry" by Emily Dickinson.
1. American Romanticism
The term "Romaticism" is derived from "romantic, adj. - Lit. 'pertaining to a romance', fr. F. romantique, fr. MF. romant (whence F. roman, 'novel'), back formation fr. late L. Romanice, 'in Vulgar Latin'."
Romaniticism was a transatlantic cultural phenomenon that occurred both in Europe and in North America, even though at different times.
The Romatic period in American literature and art followed the Enlightenment period. Enlightenment's highest values concerning epistemology, aesthetics and human behavior were reason, success, reality, progress, and the clarity o…
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