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Which of the following is largely identified with the artistic movement known as romanticism? A. the scientific method B. the Gothic novel C. the daguerreotype D. chamber music
The Gothic novel is largely identified with the artistic movement known as romanticism.
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The Gothic novel is largely identified with the artistic movement known as romanticism.
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