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Romanticism: Romanticism to understand how the aesthetic movement that Sinica in the mid eighteenth century and lasted nearly a century dun conditions not only lart, but the sensitivity and the attitudes of European artists: a new way of seeing the world, which gives preference to passion over reason and brand attitude of rebellion. · Features: Romanticism is a revolt: Duna side are the defenders of classicism of reason above all, of laltra appear advocates creative freedom and the importance of the irrational world of human passions. Romanticism is a state dànim: Dissatisfaction is the fundamental romantic feeling, which leads to two contrasting attitudes vital: lentusiasme if lindividu throws with passion towards research dun ideal or the disappointment, if what is called the melancholy. Both the Romantics developed a real cult to me.Romanticism is a literary program: As the romantic aim to move, then, often resorting to innovations and exclamations. Also, before the poetry and theater were subjected to strict rules, it rejected the romantic standards as the three units and defended lalliberament verse. RENAIXENÇA: call renaissance movement overall recovery of Catalan culture and personality during nineteenth century, especially the process of dignifying the language and literature. Home to 1833 [Aribau with the publication The Fatherland. Find the daily steam] Fi in 1877 [with lAtlàntida Verdaguer and lAngel Guimerá] · important writers of the renaissance: - Joaquin Rubio i Ors: Although she came from conservative romanticism, was influenced by Aribau and was one of the restorers and maintainers of the Floral Games of Barcelona. --Manuel Milan Fontanals: It decisive influence on the Renaissance through its studies on medieval Catalan literature and the papers that made the popular literature. - Mario Aguilar: He made a collection of songs and folk traditions. He had a clear idea of lorientació who had taken the efforts of the restoration of the literary language.



POPULAR LITERATURE · oral manifestations are caused by people from the need has dexpressar their experiences, beliefs, fears, desires, etc.. · Lescriu an anonymous individual who collects a tradition, but LOBR Liaison created by this author continues to transmit orally. · Most genres of popular literature in verse and usually sung, so they are easier to remember.GENERA: · legends are the first manifestations of popular culture and explain the origins of peoples and their traditions. À Songs are short pieces of music and thanks are easy to remember. In addition there are songs that are sung each day or a particular party. · Theater has religious origins, but it evolved into forms that had the secular purpose of entertainment audiences who attended the performances. · Fables à are not written in the popular genre towards excellence and are difficult denrecordar. Proverbs · to expose the wisdom that gives lexperiència years. ·Riddles à aim to entertain while using lenginy. - The religious composition are compositions that · joy to praise the excellence of our Lord, the Holy Virgin or dun, provided under a specific invocation. · Christmas songs are related to the Christmas cycle. They are the most popular religious songs and even today many people know the most typical. - Secular Songs · Romances: These poetic compositions with an undetermined number of verses, usually seven syllables with rhyme in pairs Asson being odd pounds. They can be dinfluéncia Castilian romances ultrapirinenca or off. · Corrandes: Use an extensive variety of songs from four short verses heptasil · Labico. They have a great diversity of themes. ·Follies: Compositions that comprise the glosadors to improvise on any subject. The glosats usually present the structure of debate between two or more dune glosadors, which predominates lenginy. Songs of tambourine: We praise a person holding dun dune important event, which was accompanied with the tambourine percussion dun Nursery Songs: These consist Bresso for children and usually present onomatopoeic sounds to accentuate its monotonous rhythm that sang.

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