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Which is NOT true of romanticism? appeals to the imagination and emotion emphasis on symbolism and meaning tone is either dark and Gothic or exuberant, but always sincere it must be believable; there are no elements of the fantastic or supernatural
It must be believable and there are no elements of the fantastic or supernatural.- are not true of romanticism.
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