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- Genres: Poetry
Between 1780 and 1830, British poetry took a radically new turn. This is commonly known as the Romantic Revolution. It is best to see this change as part of a much wider movement across all the arts and covering much of Western Europe and the United States, the earliest manifestations perhaps going back as far as 1740, and continuing right into the twentieth century. Generically, this very wide-embracing movement is known as Romanticism.
Between 1780 and 1830, there were parallel radical and even revolutionary movements to this cultural and artistic one,...
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