Her argument about romanticism - which is one of the primary thrusts of the book - is based on the period's celebration of inwardness and the notion of an essential authorial subject.
However, Symphony #1 holds up quite well to the Haydn and Mozart models, and the 2nd Symphony is close to being a masterpiece of early romanticism .
In common with other early nineteenth century literature, Emily Brontë's novel contains elements of romanticism , gothic, and fantasy.
The nineteenth century brought romanticism and realism.
The strange thing about his enthusiasm was that it was for one of the great works of 20th century romanticism and by the greatest romantic writer of the century.
This involved a step from classicism towards romanticism - which was also a shift from civilisation towards barbarism.
‘There was a romanticism about it and a mystery,’ he says.
As the natural art of commemoration, sculpture took heart from romanticism , which fostered the remembrance of piety, power, talent, loyalty, or valour.
Balanced between neoclassicism and romanticism , the composition appears at once rigidly stable yet inherently fluid.
Though natural history does not privilege the individual moment of perception in quite the way that romanticism does, it does rely on a process of imaginative synthesis.