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LIT 212R Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Individualism: EXs of romantic individualism taken to extremes: o Byron in literature o Beethoven in music Most influential exemplar of individualism for 19th century was not a creative artist at all, but a military man: o...

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LIT 212R Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Exoticism, Romantic Nationalism, Individualism
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Exoticism: Images of distance places considered exotic. o Spain: fav. exotic setting for French Romantics. o North Africa Middle East provided images of Asia to Europeans. o Generally anywhere south of the country was con...

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LIT 212R Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gothic Fiction
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Historical Novels: Longing for simpler eras no longer associated w weight of Classical world. o Madame de Lafayettes La Princess de Clves (1678): First historical novel. o Sir Walter Scott (17711832): Most successful pract...

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LIT 212R Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stained Glass, Gothic Fiction, Ann Radcliffe
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Shakespeare: Regarded as epitome of a great writer, but he did not start out that way. Popular playwright who wrote for commercial theatre in London. Not collegeeducated works not considered respectful. Academic critics s...

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LIT 212R Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Romantic Music, Johann Gottfried Herder, Wilhelm Grimm
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Romanticism: Was more widespread both in its origins influence. o 1770s: Germany England o 1820s: Europe France o Traveled quickly to Western Hemisphere: London Boston Mexico City Tokyo Vladivostok Oslo Origins of Folklor...

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Othello - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Othello Just The FactsCharacters ILLIAM SHAKESPEAREHARACTER SKETCHES WC Born 1564; died 1616 ameDescription N OthelloProtagonist Professional soldier; servant to Venice Moor; Moslem Negro from North Africa M...

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Death of a Salesman - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Death Of A Salesman Just the FactsSymbols ARTHUR MILLERMUSICTAPE RECORDER Born 1915 in Harlem, New York Epitomizes the mechanization of American society Music has major significance in the play Wrote many pl...

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Hamlet - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Hamlet StructureCharacters AIN PLOTHARACTER SKETCHES MC Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main characters, and central ameDescriptionameDescription NN themes HamletPrince of Denmark, son of Queen Ge...

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Julius Caesar - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Julius Caesar StructureThemes AIN PLOTONOR LOYALTYRUTH JUSTICE MHT Act IIntroduction Presentation of setting, main characters, and central Brutus believes it is honorable to kill Caesar for loyalty to the ...

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King Lear - Reference Guides

TM permacharts King Lear StructureThemes AIN PLOTEMOLITION OF ORDERED SYSTEMSPPEARANCE VS. REALITY MDA Act IIntroduction Presentation of the setting, main characters, and Without divine, human, and natural laws, nature is ...

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Macbeth - Reference Guides

TM permacharts Macbeth Just the FactsCharacters ILLIAM SHAKESPEAREHARACTER SKETCHES WC Born 1564; died 1616 ameDescriptionameDescription NN Playwright, actor, and poetMacbethThane of Glamis, later Thane of Cawdor, and even...

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