The Romantic Spirit Episode Guide

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  • Episode Guide 14 episodes

Episode Guide

  • The Golden Age

    Works by Blake and Keats illustrate the Romantic yearning for a return to a free and peaceful 'Golden Age.'

  • Night

    Dreams influence the Romantic artists.

  • Battle of the Stage

    Plays of Schiller and Kleist depict the Romantic philosophy of the hero as a renegade.

  • Romantic Journey

    An examination of Goethe's 'Faust,' including readings, illustrates the Romantic view of life as a voyage of discovery.

  • Romantic Hero

    The ideals of poets Byron and Chateaubriand reflect the Romantic concept of poet as hero.

  • Paradise Lost

    Poems by Wordsworth and Goethe and paintings by Talmidge illustrate the theme of wild, pure nature as freedom.

  • Blood, Sea & Sand

    The paintings of Delacroix, Turner and Goya illustrate Romanticism in nature.

  • Music of the Soul

    The music of Beethoven and Schubert expresses the deeper emotions.

  • The Romantic Heritage

    Romanticism of the 19th century influences the 20th.

  • The Triumph of Romanticism

    The Romantic movement in Paris pits intellectuals against aristocracy.

  • Victor Hugo & the Romantic Century

    Poet, novelist and playwright Victor Hugo personifies the Romantic era.

  • The Romantic Woman

    Mary Shelley, author of 'Frankenstein,' participates in the Romantic movement.

  • The Triumph of Death

    The 'art' of death influences Romantic writers.

  • The Romantic Explosion

    Anthony Andrews profiles writers and painters of the 18th- and 19th-century Romantic Movement.

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