Neoclassical poetry vs romantic poetry

Age of Reason/the enlightenment
1660-1770

Reason good
Passion bad
Neoclassical

Neoclassical
Nature is defined as human nature

Neoclassical
Tradition is good and honored

Neoclassical
Society is more important than the individual

Neoclassical
Urban is the setting for most literature

Neoclassical
Intellect, reason seen as key to good

Neoclassical
Public is the focus

Neoclassical
Logical, stable, solid

Neoclassical
Aristocratic

Neoclassical
Cultivated, formal, social

Neoclassical
Conformist

Neoclassical
Constraint

Neoclassical
Formal diction

Romanticism
1792-1840

Romantic
Passion good reason bad

Romantic
Nature is woods, trees, oceans

Romantic
Experiment good tradition bad

Romantic
Individual is more important than society

Romantic
Rural is setting for most literature

Romantic
Imagination and emotion

Romantic
Private, subjective becomes the focus

Romantic
Mysterious, supernatural, bizarre

Romantic
The common people

Romantic
Primitive is focus

Romantic
Independent, rebellious spirit

Romantic
Spontaneity becomes the norm

Romantic
Natural diction, slang, dialects

Epigram
Neoclassical

Formal essay
Neoclassical

History book
Neoclassical

Rhyming couplet
Neoclassical

Discipline and law
Neoclassical

Oligarchy
Neoclassical

Conservatives and tradition
Neoclassical

Conservatives
Neoclassical

Even tempered and reserved
Neoclassical

Formal portraits
Neoclassical

Stately houses
Neoclassical

Versailles gardens
Neoclassical

Zoos
Neoclassical

Neoclassical
Reality is absolute

Authority
Neoclassical

Distance and external structure
Neoclassical

Planned and deliberate form
Neoclassical

Lyrical poem
Romantic

Mythological story
Romantic

Ode
Romantic

Supernatural tale
Romantic

Democracy, freedom, liberty
Romantic

Revolution
Romantic

Liberals
Romantic

Melancholic
Romantic

Outspoken
Romantic

Jungles
Romantic

Landscapes
Romantic

Rock gardens
Romantic

Wild outdoors
Romantic

Romantic
The self determines reality

Romantic
Individual man

Romantic
Closeness and inner structure

Spontaneous content
Romantic

Neoclassical
Learn through studying the ancients

Neoclassical
Emphasis on light, the past, knowledge, proper form of beauty

Neoclassical
Stylized language

Neoclassical
Status quo

Romantic
Emotions lead to insight and understanding

Romantic
Learn through experience and contemplation

Romantic
Worship of night, emphasis of medieval, the unknown, beauty undefined

Romantic
Language of real men

Romantic
Political and rebellious reform

Romantic
Reference for self

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