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  1. History of the Modern World The Revolt Against Reason Romanticism and Revolution Mrs. McArthur Walsingham Academy Room 111 Géricault’s Raft of the Medusa

  2. The Romantic’s Revolt Against Reason Romanticism took hold from about 1750 to 1850. Romantic writers combined history, legend, and folklore and sought to stir deep emotions. Romantic music included the passionate scores of Beethoven. Romantic painters often depicted dramatic scenes. Revolt Against Reason: text,pp. 681-682 Witness History Audio (4): Ludwig van Beethoven To Romantic writers and artists, in what ways did the ideals of Enlightenment fall short? Compare the romantic hero of 1800 to that of today. 1 of 6

  3. Eugène Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People, 1830

  4. Francisco Goya’s The Third of May, 1808

  5. Color Transparency 119: Liberal and Conservative Ideas in the 1800s Liberals and Nationalists Seek Change Liberals wanted governments to be based on constitutions and the separation of powers. They believed male property owners should constitute the voting public. They wanted an open market economy. At the same time, some nationalist leaders sought to create various independent states for people who shared a common heritage. Note Taking Transparency 144A Revolt Against Reason: text,pp. 634-637 Witness History Audio: A “Revolutionary Seed” Conservatives Prefer the Old Order Conservatives put together an agreement called the Concert of Europe, in which they pledged to support the old political and social order. They vowed to suppress revolutionary ideas and to aid each other in fighting rebellions. 1 of 8

  6. Central Europe Challenges the Old Order Serbia revolted against the Ottoman Empire and, with the help of Russia, finally succeeded in gaining independence. Greece also broke away from the Ottomans. Other revolts broke out in Spain, Portugal, and some of the Italian states. QuickTake Section Quiz Progress Monitoring Transparency Note Taking Transparency 144B Revolt Against Reason: text, pp. 634-637 Serb nationalist Karageorge (1804-1813) 3 of 8

  7. Revolt Against Reason Color Transparency 119: Liberal and Conservative Ideas in the 1800s 4 of 8

  8. Revolt Against Reason Note Taking Transparency 144A 5 of 8

  9. Revolt Against Reason Note Taking Transparency 144B 6 of 8

  10. Revolt Against Reason Progress Monitoring Transparency 7 of 8

  11. Revolt Against Reason Progress Monitoring Transparency 8 of 8

  12. French Rebels Win in 1830 When Charles X of France tried to move back to absolute rule, French citizens barricaded the streets of Paris and fired on soldiers who would try to stop them. Charles fled to England. In his place came the more moderate Louis Philippe, who instituted limited suffrage. Color Transparency 120: Fighting at the Hotel de Ville, 28th July 1830 Witness History Audio: A “Revolutionary Seed” Based on your study, would you agree with Metternich? Witness History Audio: More Revolution in the Wind What kinds of images does Tocqueville use to describe the future of Europe? Chap. 20, Section 2: Revolutions of 1830 and 1848, pp 638-643 1 of 8

  13. The Spirit of Reform Spread Revolutions sprouted in Europe, some successful and some not. Belgium won independence with the help of Britain and France. Polish nationalists lost in their bid to separate from Russia. Witness History Video: Revolutionary France: Les Misérables Section 2: Revolutions of 1830 and 1848 Witness History Audio: To the Barricades! 2 of 8

  14. What ideologies are being expressed? Explain. Color Transparency 120:Fighting at the Hotel de Ville, 28th July 1830 4 of 8

  15. Chapter 18 test (See previous week for details) Assignments 1-2

  16. Read text, pp. 681-682 Define blue-bold terms Answer Checkpoint and Biography questions. Research the paintings, slides 5-6, and explain briefly in what way they reflect romantic sensibility?(Be sure to look up this word according to context used here) Assignment 3 (due Thurs.)

  17. Read text, pp. 635-637 Define blue-bold terms Answer 3 Checkpoint and Analyzing Political Cartoons questions. Study support materials on accompanying slides, #8-14. No Homework this Weekend! Assignment 4(due Fri.)