Romanticism in Focus PDF ePub eBook

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Romanticism in Focus free pdf Containing a clear outline of what came before and after, Romanticism in Focus traces the movement's development from Beethoven to Wagner, Wordsworth to Byron, Austen to Dickens and Eliot. There are concise definitions of some of the main styles and genres of the period, including Nationalism, Symbolism and the Bildungsroman - and how they relate to Romanticism - as well as useful recommendations for further reading. Suitable for students from GCSE up to A2.

About Lucien Jenkins

Lucien Jenkins studied for his BA at Cambridge University, and for his MA and PhD at London University. He has taught for Ruskin College, Oxford, the Open University and Bristol University's lifelong learning department. He is a former member of the board of the Poetry Society, and has worked as a reviewer, critic and journalist for history, literature, dance, music and the visual arts. He was a member of the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority's Music Development Group (helping rewrite the music content of the National Curriculum), and has been a judge in the Classic FM Music Teacher of the Year since its inception. He is the former editor of Music Teacher, and the founder of Early Music Today, Classroom Music and Teaching Drama.

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Author : Lucien Jenkins
Publisher : Rhinegold Publishing Ltd
Data Published : 01 September 2007
ISBN : 1906178143
EAN : 9781906178147
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 64 pages
Age + : 10-14 years
Language : English
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