Romancing The Clone. Or.........Do Dead Poets Affect our Lives Today? Or......Is the Child the Father of the Man?
An Integrated, Interdisciplinary, Thematic Study of The Romantic Age The Romantic Period is important because it offered the world a new perspective which focused on the value of nature and the common man. Its historic content was change caused by the industrial revolution. Like modern man, the Romantics longed for the simplicity and the pursuit of the past. They abandoned the attitudes and principles of the 18th century in forming the essence of what the individual common man and his journey toward personal achievement should be.