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The Romantic Spirit TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Flash Drive

The Romantic Spirit TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Flash Drive
The Romantic Spirit TV Series DVD, Video Download, USB Flash Drive
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All 14 Episodes Of The Landmark 1983 TV Documentary Series On The History Of The Romantic Movement In Art, Music & Literature Narrated In Spoken English By Anthony Andrews Packed Into 7 Dual Layer All Regions DVDs!

Contents:

"Battle of the Stage" - Plays of Schiller and Kleist depict the Romantic philosophy of the hero as a renegade.

"Blood, Sea & Sand" - The paintings of Delacroix, Turner and Goya illustrate Romanticism in nature.

"The Golden Age" - Works by Blake and Keats illustrate the Romantic yearning for a return to a free and peaceful 'Golden Age.'

"Music of the Soul" - The music of Beethoven and Schubert expresses the deeper emotions.

"Night" - Dreams influence the Romantic artists.

"Paradise Lost" - Poems by Wordsworth and Goethe and paintings by Talmidge illustrate the theme of wild, pure nature as freedom.

"The Romantic Explosion" - Anthony Andrews profiles writers and painters of the 18th- and 19th-century Romantic Movement.

"The Romantic Heritage" - Romanticism of the 19th century influences the 20th.

"Romantic Hero" - The ideals of poets Byron and Chateaubriand reflect the Romantic concept of poet as hero.

"Romantic Journey" - An examination of Goethe's 'Faust,' including readings, illustrates the Romantic view of life as a voyage of discovery.

"The Romantic Woman" - Mary Shelley, author of 'Frankenstein,' participates in the Romantic movement.

"The Triumph of Death" - The 'art' of death influences Romantic writers.

"The Triumph of Romanticism" - The Romantic movement in Paris pits intellectuals against aristocracy.

"Victor Hugo & the Romantic Century" - Poet, novelist and playwright Victor Hugo personifies the Romantic era.