Romanticism In The 19th Century

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The nineteenth-century was eventful decade for the British society. Its technological and political advancement brought along fundamental changes into Britain. The Romantic movement comes as a response to the dynamic changes which reformed the British social structure. Based on A Survey of British Literature and Cultural History: The 19th Century, VL, given by Professor Barbara Schaff, the essay discusses the historical background of the 19th-century Britain, the definition of Romanticism as a literary movement, the biography of Percy. B Shelley and George G.N Byron, who have a massive impact on Mary Shelley´s Frankenstein, and the literary aspects of Frankenstein (1818).
Britain is put into a historical context during the first lecture. During
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