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in love with you

i am in love with you

and that is all i know

but this love has me worried

has me completely unsure.

it seems like we are of different worlds… 286 more words

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American Romanticism

The “Romantic Period” refers to literary and cultural movements in England, Europe, and America roughly from 1770 to 1860.  Romantic writers (and artists) saw themselves as revolting against the “Age of Reason” (1700-1770) and its values.  685 more words

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Vignette: Emma Roberts, Oriental Scenes (Calcutta, 1830)

Restore me to my rights;
Cast off they paramour; I am not now
The pliant girl, whose easy, yielding heart
You moulded to your will. The slave of man,

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Stainforth Library Of Women's Writing

World Views on Art

Art through the centuries acquired different forms and conceptions. First of all there was naturalism, then developed romanticism, and then there was impressionism, followed by cubism, which was followed by surrealism and finally trends moved on to postmodern art. 759 more words

Literature

The LGBTQ+ community only cares about one kind of love

Steph Farnsworth argues that the community needs to be more accepting of different kinds of queer love

You’d think with the amount of times the LGBTQ+ community says “love is love” we’d actually be a little more accepting of the concept of love. 756 more words

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Choral Fantasy Translation

Schiller’s lyrics from Beethoven’s choral fantasy, translated so it can be sung. Now you can sing along in English!

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Schmeichelnd hold und lieblich klingen… 265 more words

Classical Music

Romanticism in Art – and Why We Should Be Interested

BY SANHO KIM.

Romanticism, like most artistic movements, can best be understood when juxtaposed with history. It was a time of uprisings and conflicts, of liberal thought and confrontation—and the winds of change swept away everyone and everything, from monarchies and governments to French farmers and salon owners. 768 more words

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