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Characteristics of Romanticism, Classicism, and Realism

Emphasized rules
Classicism

Emphasized rational attitude
Classicism

the Objectivity to artist themes such as nature
Classicism

the suppression of the imagination
Classicism

Individualism; emphasis on the subjective “I”
Romanticism

Unhampered imagination, the fantastic, the mysterious, the supernatural
Romanticism

Exotic, unfamiliar, strange settings
Romanticism

Antisocial, alienated, doomed to tragedy heroes
Romanticism

Love of nature, particularly, the grotesque in nature
Romanticism

Mixture of the ugly with the beautiful
Romanticism

Emphasis in social, political, moral progress
Romanticism

Emotion and Sentiment; the “heart” preferred to the “head” as a guide
Romanticism

Enthusiasm about the rights of man
Romanticism

Living close to nature
Transcendentalism

the dignity of manual labor
Transcendentalism

the need of intellectual companionship
Transcendentalism

spiritual living–every person’s relation to God was to be established directly by the individual rather than though a ritualistic church. They held that human beings were divine in their own right, an opinion opposed to the doctrines held by the Puritan Calvinists in New England
Transcendentalism

The idea that self-trust and self-reliance were to be practice at all times, because to trust self was really to trust the voice of God speaking intuitiveness within us
Transcendentalism

Democracy and individualism
Transcendentalism

paid close attention to the dialect, customs, and character types of a particular region presenting an objective observation of social facts
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placed less emphasis on the imagination and more on the observed fact
Realism

“as nothing more and nothing less than the truthful treatment of material”
Realism

reflected the general shifts of concern in this period from human potentialities to human actualities, from ideas to facts, from personal vision to observed social behaviors.
Realism

a theory that art or literature should conform exactly to nature depict every appearance of the subject that comes to the artist’s attention
Naturalism

a theory in literature emphasizing the role of heredity and environment upon human life and character development
Naturalism

emphasize the accidental, physiological nature of their character rather than their moral or rational qualities
Naturalism

individual characters were seen as helpless products of heredity and environmental, motivated by strong instinctual drives from within, and harassed by social and economic pressures m from without
Naturalism

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