TIMELINE: ROMANTICISM 1800-1850
1749(-1832): Johann Wolfgang von Goethe was born (writer).
1762: “Man was born free, and he is everywhere in chains.” Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
1770(-1850): William Wordsworth (writer) was born.
1770: Industrial Revolution had an influence on the Romantic period.
1785: Grim Brothers.
1789: French Revolution.
1800 Start of Romanticism
1802(-1885): Victor Hugo (writer) was born.
1802(-1870): Alexandre Duman, sr. (writer) was born.
1803: Romanticism welcomes Christianity.
1813: The Waltz accepted introducing a new era socializing and new music.
1813: Jane Austen publishes Pride and Prejudice.
1814: Fall of Napoleon, Monarchy restored by Louis XVII.I
1814(-1879): Eugene Viollet-Le-Duc (architect) was born.
1815: The Romantic Style rapidly started to influence the French lifestyle.
1818: Shakespeare’s work goes public after censored for years.
1819: Queen Victoria of Britain was born.
1821: Napoleon Died.
1823: Louis XVIII Succeeded by Charles X.
1824: The Académie française took the totally ineffective step of issuing a statement foredooming it in literature.
1827: Victor Hugo published a drama: Cromwell.
1830: July Revolution.
1830: Eugene Delacroix, Painting: Liberty leading the people. (France)
1830: First Railroad installed.
1831: Victor Hugo publishes The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
1834: London rebuilt in the Gothic style.
1837: Victoria; queen of England.
1837: Inferno section (Dante’s Devine Comedy) Inspire Victor Hugo’s poem Après une lecture de Dante.
1840: Guizot, French historian and statesman, became a prime minister of France.
1848: February Revolution overthrew Louis Philippe’s government.
1848: Second republic proclaimed: Louis-Napoleon (nephew of Napoleon I) elected as president.
1850: Romantic Period is over.
1884: Statue given to the Americans, by Frederic-Auguste Bertoldi...
Bibliography: Inc, P., 2014. Prezi. [Online]
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