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  1. But romanticism doesn't really dispute this - what it.
  2. The results of Romanticism in itsexaggerated form may be.
  3. Romanticism, becauseof its appeal to the emotions and to the.
  4. Sorry, but for me that takes the romanticism and the joy out of it all.
  5. And thus, their sense of togetherness was buttressed by the thrill of romanticism.
  6. Spanish epicand dramatic poetry had been important in stimulating thegrowth of romanticism in.
  7. A marked reaction against the grandiose exaggerationsof later romanticism appears in the works.
  8. Women tend to imagine man’s romanticism as an on-off switch within their reach, he said.
  9. Thus, their proximity in the wilderness infused a sense of romanticism in their enamored hearts.
  10. The mood was a mix of high energy youthfulness, with a sprinkle of mature romanticism, under the cloudless sky.
  11. A realism that refuses to look beyond the end of its nose is more dangerous than the maddest romanticism, because it is blind.
  12. Blushing nevertheless, she seemed pleased at his enterprise and experienced a sense of romanticism underlined by his eagerness.
  13. While Roopa’s wanting remained unfulfilled for the day, Sandhya’s romanticism ensured Raja Rao’s fulfillment in that night.
  14. Their strategically inconspicuous seats, nestled in the upper right portion of the capacity-filled theater, lent a hint of romanticism to young Cindy.
  15. Thus Napoleon represented glory and Franklin liberty; Irma was perhaps a concession to romanticism, but Athalie was a homage to the greatest masterpiece of the French stage.
  16. Fermina Daza could never believe that so significant a name for them both was indeed a historical coincidence and not another conceit born of Florentino Ariza’s chronic romanticism.
  17. As Koke was drug further into the dark foul-smelling interior of the ship he couldn’t but see how terribly off in terms of reality modern pop culture was in its romanticism of the age of the pirate.
  18. It was to his peer's astonishment that he had a collection of verse published in 1896, 'A Shropshire Lad', this being shown as romanticism of his work in contrast to him being a severe Professor of Latin.
  19. And as such soft words flooded my soul of a vast and profound romanticism, as the one that flooded the history pages at the end of the 18th century, I opted to ask him for the poetic verses that I received from him and from which I was the inspiration.
  20. They have a particular store of phrases for proclaiming their profound sympathy for humanity, for defining what is the most correct and rational form of philanthropy, and continually attacking romanticism, in other words, everything fine and true, each atom of which is more precious than all their mollusc tribe.
  21. Once, such a one told me that she was enamored of me for my romanticism and as her persona didn’t trigger my passion, I realized that its woman’s sex appeal that brings man’s innate romanticism into play to provide the cutting edge for lovemaking, and unless combined by male passion and female amorousness, coition is mere sexual motion.
  22. I was fully convinced (the sense of reality, in spite of all my romanticism!) that they would all simply split their sides with laughter, and that the officer would not simply beat me, that is, without insulting me, but would certainly prod me in the back with his knee, kick me round the billiard table, and only then perhaps have pity and drop me out of the window.
  23. I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not today, she will come tomorrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness--oh, the silliness--oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to.
  24. No, no, darling, don't blame yourself because I am dying! think of all my self-love, my romanticism! I am to blame for all, myself! Did they ever tell you my story in full? Do you remember, three years ago, there was a criminal here sentenced to death? This man heard that a criminal was never executed whilst ill! so he got hold of some wine, mixed tobacco in it, and drank it.
  25. Romanticism, which has helped to fill some dull blanks with love and knowledge, had not yet penetrated the times with its leaven and entered into everybody's food; it was fermenting still as a distinguishable vigorous enthusiasm in certain long-haired German artists at Rome, and the youth of other nations who worked or idled near them were sometimes caught in the spreading movement.
  26. I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not today, she will come tomorrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness--oh, the silliness--oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to understand?
  27. I was so uneasy that I sometimes flew into a fury: "She'll come, she is certain to come!" I cried, running about the room, "if not to-day, she will come to-morrow; she'll find me out! The damnable romanticism of these pure hearts! Oh, the vileness—oh, the silliness—oh, the stupidity of these 'wretched sentimental souls!' Why, how fail to understand? How could one fail to understand?
  28. Hasn’t his wit failed to cater to her innate romanticism, leaving her ever more in amorous want? Won’t that make her vulnerable to the misty looks of the fast guys? Why, hasn’t she taken to Raja though she tried to hide her feelings from me? Well, haven’t I felt her romantic impulses in spite of my own excitement? Surely, Raja wouldn’t have failed to notice Roopa’s infatuation for him.

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