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The Romantic revolution in England occurred between 1708 and 1837. True or False
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User: The Romantic revolution in England occurred between 1708 and 1837. True or False

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User: Romanticism was essentially a reaction against the eighteenth century's Neoclassical emphasis on reason, rules, and restraint. 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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