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Romanticism Essay- Coleridge

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This essay covers Kubla Khan and Frost at Midnight (Coleridge), Civil Disobedience (Henry David Thoreau) and Iron Rolling Mill (Adolf Menzel) it was marked as 22/25.

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Literature Politics Civil disobedience Philosophy British poetry Kubla Khan Romanticism Henry David Thoreau Individualism Adolf Menzel
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Literature Politics Civil disobedience Philosophy British poetry Kubla Khan Romanticism Henry David Thoreau Individualism Adolf Menzel
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Thoreau's political exposition and criticism, Civil Disobedience, deals with and encourages the will of the individual, which could hypothetically lead to the attainment of the Romantic ideal of a classless society. These ideas are reflected and solidified in Menzel’s painting Iron Rolling Mill, which through its depiction of the suppression by the Industrial Revolution of individualism, reflects contextual concerns of the restrictive nature of urban society and epitomises Romantic individualism. In the canon of Romantic texts that inevitably served to outline the importance of the individual in escaping the suppression of the age of Enlightenment, a multitude of parallels manifested which retrospectively define the Romantic era. There...
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