ENGC42H3 Romanticism

A study of the Romantic Movement in European literature, 1750-1850. This course investigates the cultural and historical origins of the Romantic Movement, its complex definitions and varieties of expression, and the responses it provoked in the wider culture. Examination of representative authors such as Goethe, Rousseau, Wollstonecraft, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Blake, P. B. Shelley, Keats, Byron and M. Shelley will be combined with study of the philosophical and historical backgrounds of Romanticism.
Pre-1900 course

Prerequisite: 

Any 6.0 credits

Exclusion: 

ENG308Y

Recommended Preparation: 
Enrolment Limits: 
45
Breadth Requirements: 
Arts, Literature & Language