The Romantic ideas shown in "Last of the Mohicans" are expressed through love, nature and an ever- changing New World. An increasing amount of interest in a story of love is something new and somewhat unknown until the American Romantic era. Intertwining humans and nature all throughout "Last of the Mohicans" help produce a new emotional appeal for the natural wonders of the world. And these two major American Romantic ideas are only beginning because of a new era of new beliefs in a new world.
Romanticism can be defined as a creative spirt of the individual and the use of imagination to arrice at spirirual truth, also more focus on nature and beauty, interest in common people and folklore. The first phase of romanticism is marked by innovations in content and literacy style and by a preoccupation with the mystical, the subconscious, and supernatural. second Phase of romanticism is set by a quickening of cultural nationalism and a new attention to national origins through the use of folklore, folk ballads, and poetry, and even folk dance, and music. Romanticism focuses more on emotion, senses, and intuition over reason. Predilection for exotic, remote, mysterious, the weird, the diseased and even the occult.
One of the most romantic characteristics of Hawkeye being a Romantic character is that he has a deep, intuitive understanding of the people around him. This is an essential part of being a Romantic character. In the movie, Hawkeye knows the people in his village very well especially two of the people in the tribe. He, Chingachgook and Uncas are like brothers although they are just different Mohicans from different places. However, the primary reason that Hawkeye can be so close to Chingachgook and Uncas is that he understands them from the bottom of his heart, not just from the mere memory in his mind. He lives with them; he hunts with them; he sleeps with them. All these daily events are engraved, not "printed", in Hawkeye's heart and that is why he...
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