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Prominent Authors:Ann Radcliffe, Matthew Gregory Lewis, Charles Maturin, Horace Walpole, Mary SHelly, Bram Stoker. Philosophies:Gothic writing leans towards the fiction horror style of writing; Death, Horror. And sometimes a Different kind of Happiness.
Romance Pt. 2
Characteristics:Gloomy, decaying setting (haunted houses or castles with secret passages, trapdoors, and other mysterious architecture), Supernatural beings like monsters, ghosts, vampires, zombies, Skeletons, has Curses or prophecies, and Damsels in distress.
Prominent Authors:Jane Austen, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Charlotte Brontë, William Blake. Philosophies:Romanticism is a philosophical movement during the Age of Enlightenment which emphasizes emotional self-awareness as a necessary precondition to improving society and bettering the human condition.
Realistic Pt. 2
Characteristics:A focus on the writer or narrator's emotions and inner world; celebration of nature, beauty, and imagination; rejection of industrialization, organized religion, rationalism, and social convention; idealization of women, children, and rural life; inclusion.
Prominent Authors: George Eliot, Gustave Flaubert, WilliamDean Howells, Henry James, Honoré de Balzac. Philosophies: Realist philosophy is a way of thinking about the world in which things have an existence even if no one is studying them (looking, hearing, smelling, touching them).
Characteristics: Some characteristics of literary Realism include: detachment, in which the author maintains an impersonal tone and disinterested point of view; determinism, the opposite of free will, in which a character's fate has been decided, even predetermined, by impersonal forces of nature beyond human control.
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