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    Romantic tragedy refers to a genre of literature that focuses on the emotions of characters in stories with tragic endings. The genre arose in the 1700s, and its popularity lasted until the early 1800s.

    Romantic tragedy refers to a genre of literature that focuses on the emotions of characters in stories with tragic endings. The genre arose in the 1700s, and its popularity lasted until the early 1800s.

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    Romantic poetry is a style of poetry which emerged in England and Europe in the early 19th century. It is characterized by a belief in the importance of the individual and the expression of intense emotion in a range of poetic forms and registers. Romantic poets are often associated with nature andRead more

    Romantic poetry is a style of poetry which emerged in England and Europe in the early 19th century. It is characterized by a belief in the importance of the individual and the expression of intense emotion in a range of poetic forms and registers.

    Romantic poets are often associated with nature and instead of writing about the beauty of everything around them, they have a tendency to focus on the darker elements of nature. They also have a tendency to focus on the darker elements of human life.

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