THE EARLY ROMANTIC AGE
In this English lesson, Professor Marullo will take you on an immersive journey into the Early Romantic Age. Explore the revolutionary literary and artistic movement that captivated the hearts and minds of individuals during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Professor Marullo will delve into the key characteristics and themes of Romanticism, such as the celebration of nature, the exploration of intense emotions, and the rejection of societal norms. You will discover the works of influential Romantic poets, including William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Lord Byron. Through engaging discussions and analysis of literary excerpts, you will gain a deeper understanding of the Romantic movement’s impact on English literature. Professor Marullo will also explore the connections between Romanticism and other art forms, such as painting and music. This lesson offers a captivating exploration of the Romantic era, highlighting the profound influence it had on subsequent literary movements. Join Professor Marullo as she unravels the rich tapestry of the Early Romantic Age and its enduring legacy in the world of art and literature.