Rather than positing a simple opposition between an eighteenth-century Enlightenment of rationality, propriety, and progress and a Romantic Period of inspiration, heroic individualism, and sublime emotionality, these essays trace the putatively 'Romantic' in the early s as well as the long legacy of 'Enlightenment' values and ideas well into the nineteenth century. Behrendt, who situate the essays and elaborate on the stakes.
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