Romanticism and Keats
Romanticism is an intellectual movement with origins dating in the late 18th century, featuring prominently in English literature. A group of poets emerged generating a new mood in literary objectives, casting off their predecessors' motives and instead creating a rich and forceful art; the main constituents of who comprise of: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley and Keats. These poets embraced the basis of Romantic ideology, in particular, the use of strong emotion including aspects such as trepidation and aesthetic experiences, individual imagination as a critical influence, overturnin…
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