Romanticism, Novels, Writing Style, Poetry,Authors The Victorian literature is a connection between the romantic period and the literature of the 20th century.
Piferrer, in spite of writing only in Spanish, was one of the precursors of the romantic movement in Catalonia. Although Cuban, she lived most of her life in Spain. She wrote various poems, plays, and novels. Her most famous work is an antislavery novel called Sab novel.
She spent a great part of her childhood in the Extremaduran countryside, and from a very young age showed a talent for poetry. She married an American diplomat and lived in various foreign countries. Family misfortune prompted her to seek solitude and retreat in Lisbonwhere she died in Prose[ edit ] During the Romantic period, there was a great interest in literary fiction, in particular, adventure and mystery novels; however, Spanish output of this type was scanty, limited to translations of foreign novels.
Spanish prose essentially consisted of the novel, scientific or scholarly prose, journalism, and the intense development of costumbrismo.
During the first quarter of the century, four distinct types of novels developed: The most purely Romantic of these is the anticlerical novel.
However, the Romantic influence would shape, principally, the historical novel. Historical novels[ edit ] The historical novel developed in imitation of Walter Scott 80 of his works had been translatedauthor of WaverleyIvanhoeand other novels of adventure set in the Scottish and English past.
Spanish historical novels fall into two categories: Within the liberal school existed both anti-clerical and populist currents. On the other hand, the moderate school produced, on occasion, novels exalting traditional and Catholic values.
The most notable Spanish authors are: Francisco Navarro Villoslada —who wrote a series of historical novels when the romantic genre was in decline and Realism was coming to be at its height.
His novels were inspired by Basque traditions, and were set in the medieval era. His most famous work is Amaya, o los vascos en el siglo VIII Amaya, or the Basques of the 8th centuryin which the Basques and the Visigoths ally themselves against the Muslim invasion. His most important work is the Ensayo sobre el catolicismo, el liberalismo y el socialismo Treatise about Catholicism, Liberalism, and Socialismpublished in His style has a solemn yet compelling tone, and provoked lively debates.
Jaime Balmeshowever, belongs in the conservative, Catholic camp. Costumbrist vignettes[ edit ] Between andSpain developed the literatura costumbrista literature of mannerswhich manifested itself in the cuadro de costumbres, or vignette of everyday life, a short prose article. These works were normally restricted to descriptive text, keeping argument to a minimum.
They described the lifestyle of the era, a popular custom, or a personal stereotype. In many cases as in the articles of Larrathe articles contain considerable satire.
Costumbrismo or costumbrism arose out of the Romantic desire to emphasize the different and the peculiar, inspired by the French affinity for the same genre. Thousands of articles of this type were published, thus limiting the development of the novel in Spain, since narration and individual characters predominated in that genre, while costumbrist vignettes were limited to generic descriptions of personality types bullfighter, chestnut seller, water carrier, etc.
He belonged to the Spanish Academy and was a gentle bourgeois. His ideas were anti-Romantic and he was a great observer of the life around him. He was famous under the pseudonym El curioso parlante The talking bystander. His costumbrist works were collected in the volumes Panorama matritense and Escenas matritenses.
He was known as El solitario The solitary oneand held high political office. Though known for his conservatism, in his youth he was a liberal. The Barcelona publication El Europeo The European — published articles about romanticism and, through the publication, Spain came to know the names of ByronSchiller and Walter Scott.
However, the press was also an arm of the political fight. In this sense, we must emphasize the political satire press of Trienio Liberal El Zurriago, La Manoplawhere there appeared not only social themes, but also customism outlines which were clear precedents of Larra's production.The Victorian literature is a connection between the romantic period and the literature of the 20th century.
The Victorian era literature is distinguished by a strong sense of morality and is frequently associated with subjugation. Victorian literature is also known for its efforts to merge imagination and emotion for the convenience of art for ordinary people.
"Romanticism" is a period, movement, style, or genre in literature, music, and other arts starting in the late s and flourishing through the early to mid s, a time when the modern mass culture in which we now live first took form following the establishment of modern social systems during the Enlightenment or Age of Reason.
the rise of nation-states as defining social and geographic.
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Romanticism: Romanticism, attitude or intellectual orientation that characterized many works of literature, painting, music, architecture, criticism, and historiography in Western civilization over a period from the late 18th to the midth century.
Romanticism can be seen as a rejection of the precepts of. Dec 06, · In the most basic sense, Romanticism, which is loosely identified as spanning the years of , 1 2 can be distinguished from the preceding period called the Enlightenment by observing that the one elevated the role of spirit, soul, instinct, and emotion, while the other advocated a cool, detached scientific approach to most human endeavors and dilemmas.
3 In short, Romanticism in. Dark romanticism is a literary subgenre that emerged from the Transcendental philosophical movement popular in nineteenth-century torosgazete.comendentalism began as a protest against the general state of culture and society at the time, and in particular, the state of intellectualism at Harvard and the doctrine of the Unitarian church, which was taught at Harvard Divinity School.
Oct 08, · INTRODUCTION. In literature this period is known as the Augustan age. According to Hudson the epithet ―Augustan‖ was applied as a term of high praise, because the Age of Augustus was the golden age of Latin literature, so the Age of Pope was the golden age of English literature.