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American romanticism. Examining a Cultural Journey. FOCUSED NOTES…. (1) Ideals (2) Culture (3) Central Question (4) A Response… (5) Basic Philosophy (6) Basic Goal (7) Blending Ideals & Reality (8) Drawing Conclusions. “We will walk on our own feet; We will work with our own hands;

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American romanticism

American romanticism

Examining a Cultural Journey


Focused notes

FOCUSED NOTES…

  • (1) Ideals

  • (2) Culture

  • (3) Central Question

  • (4) A Response…

  • (5) Basic Philosophy

  • (6) Basic Goal

  • (7) Blending Ideals & Reality

  • (8) Drawing Conclusions


American romanticism

“We will walk on our own feet;

We will work with our own hands;

We will speak our own minds.”

--Ralph Waldo Emerson

What American ideals are evident in this quote?Are these ideals still alive and well in our current society?


Culture

Culture

  • The arts and other manifestations of human intellectual achievement regarded collectively.

  • Philosophy; beliefs; principles; values.

  • Usually reflected through a group’s art, music, or literature.

  • How do we display the culture of Fremd on a daily basis?


Central question

Central question

  • Would American writers continue to imitate the English and European models of writing, or would they finally develop a distinctiveliterature of their own?


Romanticism a response

Romanticism: A response…

  • Industrialization—squalid cities, wretched working conditions, disconnect between nature and the individual…

  • Limits of reason

  • Imagination can discover truths that the rational mind can’t reach

  • Powerful emotion connected to natural, unspoiled beauty

Rationalism

Romanticism


Imagination individual feelings wild nature reason logic cultivation

ROMANTICISM’S BASIC PHILOSOPHY…

Imagination, individual feelings, wild nature_________________________Reason, Logic, Cultivation

…in the realm of ART– placed a new premium on the intuitive, “felt” experience!


Romanticism s basic goal

Romanticism’s basic goal

To rise above the “dull realities” to a realm of higher truth…

  • (1) Searched for “exotic” settings in the more “natural” past or in a world far removed from the industrialized city.

  • (2) Tried to reflect on the natural world until dull reality fell away to reveal underlying truth and beauty


Blending ideals reality

Blending Ideals & Reality

  • Romanticism is RISING

  • America is EXPANDING

    • Westward Expansion

    • Growth of Nationalist Spirit

    • Rapid Spread of Cities

  • America “The limitless frontier”

    • Revolutionary Art Connections???


Nature

Nature

By Ralph Waldo Emerson


Main idea detail notes

Main Idea – Detail NOTES

  • Begin by previewing the section for reading…

    • Look for: bolded words, italics, tables, charts, images, pull quotes, section headings, paragraph organization, reading questions, vocab., footnotes…

    • Give yourself a purpose for reading…


Main idea detail notes1

Main Idea – Detail NOTES

  • MAIN IDEA

    • These main points can take the form of questions or key words

    • Look to TOPIC SENTENCES to guide your note-taking in this section

  • DETAILS

    • Record information that elaborates on main points

    • Write the author’s ideas in your own words

    • Make the author’s message your own in order to ensure better comprehension and retention


American romanticism

ELMO

Elmo is a Muppet character on the children's television show Sesame Street. He is a furry red monster who hosts the last full fifteen minute segment on Sesame Street, Elmo's World, which is aimed at toddlers. His puppeteer, Kevin Clash, uses falsetto to produce his voice. Elmo is self-described as three-and-a-half years old and his three-and-a-half years birthday is always on February 3, making his actual birthday August 3.Elmo characteristically avoids pronouns, referring to himself in the third person (e.g. "Elmo has a question" rather than, "I have a question"). Elmo was the star of the 1999 full-length, theatrically released motion picture Elmo in Grouchland. He also starred in the film Elmo Saves Christmas.


Reading partners

Reading Partners

“Nature” by Emerson

Background/Vocab. page 205

Essay pages 205-206

Brock, Lauren

Johnny, David

Carly, Danielle B.

Virginia, Sara

Matt, Sarah

Danielle R., Brianna

Nick M., Mike

Katherine, Christine

Emily M., Ethan

Lucas, Katie

Brad, Nihaal

Emily G., Phil

Nate, Nick P.

Matt, Jackson

Aman, Julian Z.

James, Alex

Ashley, Austin

Karlee, Joe

Taylor, Julian G.


Paragraph 1

PARAGRAPH 1

  • Emerson catalogues the importance of solitude.

  • Stars: awe-inspiring; thrilling; deserving of reverence; are to be admired.

  • People take stars…and other elements in nature…for granted.


Paragraph 2

PARAGRAPH 2

  • Natural objects are to be revered because they are always there but always “inaccessible” to humans

  • Nature reflects all the best qualities of man.

  • Nature always surprises and delights man.


Paragraph 3

PARAGRAPH 3

  • We are all poets when we speak of nature.

  • Even though all men can be in, experience, and write about nature…no man owns the whole landscape.

  • We can own parts of nature, but never all of nature.


Paragraph 4

PARAGRAPH 4

  • Most people can’t truly see nature

  • Most people only see nature superficially.

  • Children retain an innocence that allow them to truly see nature.

  • To love nature is to retain this childhood innocence and ability.


Paragraph 41

PARAGRAPH 4

  • Most people can’t truly see nature

  • Nature assuages our troubles by taking us outside ourselves and reconnecting us to the grandeur of its divine creation.

  • In nature we can be perpetually young.


Paragraph 5

PARAGRAPH 5

  • The most special aspect of nature is the hidden relationship between man and the natural world (vegetable)

  • We (humans) are not alone in the world.

  • Nature has a spiritual effect on humans.


Paragraph 6

PARAGRAPH 6

  • This delight and power comes from the harmonious relationship between man and nature

  • Nature is not always beautiful to the eye.

  • The look of nature will mirror the spirit of the man.


Nature raft

Nature Raft

  • Role – A specific element of nature

  • Audience – A specific piece of modern day technology

  • Format – A persuasive letter

  • Topic – Argue why the natural world can afford more benefits to human beings than modern day technology. Be as specific as possible in your examples. Employ one example of either LOGOS, PATHOS, or ETHOS in your argument. Look to Emerson for support!!!


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