Presentation on theme: "From what I took in from romanticism is that it is a time where peoples problems don’t exist. They have nothing to worry about other than to just enjoy."— Presentation transcript:
From what I took in from romanticism is that it is a time where peoples problems don’t exist. They have nothing to worry about other than to just enjoy themselves in a quiet area and have no worries. Definition
Literary Work Edgar Allan Poe was known for being a literary figure for romanticism. He wrote many poems and different forms of literature in his own way. Edgar Allan Poe wrote some of the most individual and extraordinary literature to date.
Transcendentalism Definition Transcendentalism is basically what you believe in. Whether it be spiritually or literally it is based off of your opinion.
Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson’s basic philosophy on transcendentalism is that the ultimate source of truth is within ourselves. We should trust ourselves so we don’t rely on other people or other sources.
Abolitionism Definition This was the movement to get rid of slavery.
Harriet Beecher Stowe A women who wrote the book Uncle Tom’s Cabin changed peoples views of slavery throughout the world in that time period. "...the enslaving of the African race is a clear violation of the great law which commands us to love our neighbor as ourselves"
Music John Brown’s Song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6WignK YFI8 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6WignK YFI8
Feminism Definition Is the movement to give all women equal amount of rights and treat them as the men were treated
Elizabeth Candy Stanton She and Lucretia Mott organized the first women's-rights convention at Seneca Falls, N.Y. She joined forces with Susan B. Anthony and traveled widely to speak at conventions In addition to writing countless letters and pamphlets, as well as articles and essays for numerous periodicals, she coedited the women's-rights newspaper The Revolution
Industrialism Definition When the people began to use technology less of the agricultural.
Artists During Industrialism William Morris, Walter Crane, Norman Shaw, and Philip Webb These men created art in there reaction towards what was going on during the industrial age.
Ida Tarbell In 1894, Ida Tarbell was hired by McClure's Magazine Best known for the two volume work, originally articles for McClure's, on John D. Rockefeller and his oil interests: The History of the Standard Oil Company, published 1904.