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Title: romanticism

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Subject: History
Author: Mildred F
Date: February 13, 2012
Level: University
Grade: B
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Centuries of civilization had created a "layer of artificiality" over the Old World, while America's virgin land remained pure and untainted by the hands of man. And this uncorrupted land of America's wilderness was seen as superior, viewed as being closer to God, left the way He intended the world to be...

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Anyone stating otherwise was considered to be disloyal to his country. Gradually, wilderness was becoming part of American culture, as it began to dominate the poetry, fiction, and painting scene in America. This, however, probably was more of an effect that wilderness was having on the country in terms of a national sense of pride than it was inspiration brought about by the wilderness itself...

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