Introducing Romanticism

Introducing Romanticism

Gives readers an accessible overview of the many interlocking strands of the movement, focusing on the leading figures in Britain, Germany, France, America, Italy and Russia....

Title:Introducing Romanticism
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781840460094
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    Introducing Romanticism Reviews

  • Bionic Jean

    Introducing Romanticism is one of a series of over 30 graphic introductions to philosophical, scientific, political and religious movements and their leading exponents. They are handy pocket-sized wor...

  • Alice (MTB/Alice Tied The Bookish Knot)

    This is a good read, well illustrated for new readers and students who would like a visual insight into Romanticism. It was simple. I like simple and easy to follow facts and quotes. I would read more...

  • Mohammad Ranjbari

    کتابی کمیک با سبکی متفاوت در معرفی جریان عظیم رمانتیسم. مناسب برای علاقه مندان به مکتب های ادبیبرای شروع کتاب ...

  • ???? ?????

    تنوع موضوعات و حوزه‌هایی که کتاب به آن‌ها سرک می‌کشد، بسیار چشم‌گیر است؛ تاریخ، فلسفه، ادبیات، هنر، مذهب، س...

  • Maryam

    این مجموعه کتابهای قدم اول واقعا مفید است .من با اینکه فیزیک خوانده ام بعد از دانشگاه کوانتوم این مجموعه خواند...

  • Mohammad Ali

    خوبی این کتاب - و شاید تنها خوبی آن - دادن یک دیدگاه کلی از رومانتیسم در فرانسه، آلمان، انگلیس، آمریکا، ایتالیا...

  • Lucas Miller

    Rating a book like this seems like a silly thing to do, but I really did enjoy reading this introduction to Romanticism. About a year and a half ago, a night of drinking at my friend Eliot's house res...

  • Jay

    Interesting in the broad coverage of an era. The book is written as a series of single pages on a topic with a graphic somewhat related to the subject inline. When I checked this out, I expected what ...

  • Jrobertus

    This graphic novel is a fascinating way to nibble your way to knowledge about Romanticism. That period is often defined as between the French Revolution and the Revolutions of 1848, but it clearly had...

  • Cathie

    I was quite fascinated by this but it's at times a tough read. So many different concepts and labels to come to terms with, and covering apparently everything from music, literature and art to science...