Romanticism & revolution (1770 to 1870)
Examines the cultural impetus of the American Revolution, its influence on the French Revolution, and subsequent sociopolitical shock waves; learn how the concept of revolt became a romantic idea connected with freedom, dignity, and hope for a better life, and how, by the early 1800s, both Romantici...
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Chicago : Hamilton, N.J. :
CLEARVUE/eav ; Films for the Humanities & Sciences,
|Series:||History through Literature.