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Romantic Chamber Music - An Assemblage

Non-musicological – just a personal exploration of romanticist pleasure.

  1. Schumann

2. Scubert

3. Schumann

4. Grieg

Keats and Our Interpretations

Within our time Keats is viewed not only as a great poet but as a tragic artistic figure. The Keats-Shelly House describes its collection as a “shrine to his tragic story and extraordinary talent” elevating him beyond the status of poet to one of a literary deity. 344 more words

Thoughts And Opinions

W. B. Yeats

I broke my heart in two
So hard I struck.
What matter? for I know
That out of rock,
Out of a desolate source,
Love leaps upon its course. 18 more words

Excerpt

Important Update: MLA 2017 Special Session on Godwin and Shelley

A Special Session to be held at the 2017 MLA Annual Convention (Philadelphia, 5-8 January) on Thursday 5 January, 1:45-3:00 p.m., 104B, Pennsylvania Convention Center… 1,104 more words

William Godwin

ROMANTICISM

Raise your hand if you’re in a relationship, married, or are seeing after someone.

*raises hand*

If so, I highly, hiiighly recommend reading the book… 551 more words

God

Never Again

SydneyTrads is the web page of the Sydney Traditionalist Forum: an association of young professionals who form part of the Australian independent right (also known as “non-aligned right”).
Memes And Posters

Sublime Nature in Wordsworth: Romantic Ecology

Sublime Nature in Wordsworth: Romantic Ecology

“Wordsworth’s association of nature with deep individual feeling and an amorphously transcendental spirituality, in opposition to modern social and economic life in the city, remains his greatest environmental legacy today” (Bennet, 207). 2,468 more words

Wordsworth