Romantic Movement in Writting
By: Nina Fuller
Modern Day bookstores in every city verses 1800's when literature was just uprising. People of modern day value the topic Romantic in writing because it gives people a different perspective in terms of emotion and nature, founded theory in 1800's during industrialization. Romanticism, then, can best be described as a large network of sometimes competing philosophies, agendas, and points of interest. In England, Romanticism had its greatest influence from the end of the eighteenth century up through about 1870. Its primary vehicle of expression was in poetry, although novelists adopted many of the same themes.
Romantic literature was extremely popular during this era and one famous author that had a huge impact on people was John Keat. Keat's writing engaged people to his literature of nature and emotion also he was for the most part the reason people were against industrialization. Revolutionized writing in poetry very popular in industrialization. The industrial revolution, like the French Revolution, was bringing about lots of changes at the time that the Romantic poets began writing. More and more people were moving to the cities to work in factories, new manufacturing processes were being put in place, and people were moving further and further away from nature.
- Economic: Once romanticism was on an up rise in the 1800's people rebelled against industrialization.
- Social: People were very excited during this era because Romantic writings in theory were seen as an enlightenment part 2 because of the influence it had on people.
- Political: Romanticism influenced many political leaders in terms of its theory.