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The American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution all led to the atmosphere that encouraged Romanticism. true or false
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User: The American Revolution, the French Revolution, and the Industrial Revolution all led to the atmosphere that encouraged Romanticism. true or false

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true or false \At the end of The Deserted Village, Poetry leaves with the rural virtues and the displaced villagers because many of the people in England are too corrupted by wealth to appreciate art.
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A story in which objects, persons, and actions represent general concepts or moral qualities that lie outside the story
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