For each word or phrase, determine whether it reflects the tenets/philosophy of Neoclassicism or Romanticism

Hernani Exercise (due by class time on Tuesday. February 25) 

(Submit this instead of your weekly letter)

For each word or phrase, determine whether it reflects the tenets/philosophy of Neoclassicism or Romanticism.  If you choose “Neoclassicism,” move on to the next example.  If you choose “Romanticism,” cite an example from Hernani that corresponds to the prompt. (Note: a few of the “Romanticism” choices have no perfect example – just do your best)

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Gardens of Versailles

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Humans should create beauty on this earth

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Censorship

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Liberty, Equality, Fraternity

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The Quest for Experience

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Plays should be either Tragedies or Comedies

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The genius poet

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The most faulty human organ is the mind

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Poetic Justice

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Humanism

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Anti-authoritarianism

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

A duke, a king, and an outlaw lay siege to a woman’s heart, and the outlaw wins

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Poetic Rules

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

We love Shakespeare

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Naturally enlightened characters

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Ghosts are cool

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Anti-materialism

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“From the depths of your grave imbue my heart with something sublime”

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

French Academy

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Ranks, Professions, Classes, and Genders — each have their own essence

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“In loving her, I forget the hatrfed that weighs on me”

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Impulsiveness

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Follow you heart

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“A while ago, the moon climbed up to the horizon, and as you spoke, your voice and its trembling light pierced my heart.  I felt myself joyful and calm – I should have liked to die then”

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Verisimilitude (Likeness to Truth)

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

God is all just, powerful, and omniscient

  • Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Freedom

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Light triumphs over Darkness

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Unity of Time, Place, and Action

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Courtly Manners

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Celebration of Reason and Logic

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Sublime and the Grotesque

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Ruins and crypts

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The noble outlaw

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“Are you my demon or my angel”

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Democracy

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The magic moment that stops time

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Midnight meetings and secret passageways

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Restless energy

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Pure calm

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“Oh, I would blow the trumpet of rebellion throughout the land”

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

“The law never made a great man, but freedom will yield a giant, a colossus

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

No soliloquys (a character speaking alone to her/himself on stage)

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Love over Empire

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

The aristocrat is the real bandit

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Art should reveal life’s moral patterns

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Gothic architecture

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________

Truth lies in the multiplicity of creation

  1. Neoclassicism      b. Romanticism  ______________________________
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