Book - 2005 ; 2006 distributor
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This program illustrates the political and cultural roots of the Romanticism movement. The significance of Rousseau's philisophy, his influence on the French Revolution, the emergence of New World political ideals and the American struggle for independence plus the writings and thoughts of William Blake, William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge all play a contributing role to the movement.


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