How literature changed in a blink of an eye
The Age of Discovery and the Romantic Period are very different from each other. Which would sound reasonable right? Because they are from different two time periods of course their writing styles are going to differ from each other. For instance, the Age of Discovery is fascinated with science and God versus the Romantic period focuses on more on nature and its beauty. They were both unique in their own way and both made an impact in the world of literature. These changes seemed as thou they happened over night. There are three reasons why the Age of Discovery and the Romantic Period differ are the writing styles, education and religion.
One of the first differences that will be discussed is the changes in writing. Between the transition of the Age of Discovery and the Romantic Period was a complete 180 degree turn. The Romantics did not talk about romantic intimacy like what we may all thought at the beginning, but rather they referenced to nature and its beauty. The choice of topic was different for the Age of Discovery writers they were more interested in the science and how to give everything to God. The way of life was another interesting twist on things. Being the best Puritan that one could be was a huge deal to everyone in the Age of Discovery. People thought if you were not doing the Puritan ways that devil had a hold of you. When the Romantic Period came around they drifted away from old Puritan ways. Started to develop their own sense of living that was not Puritan. That definitely was not an easy change, but people started to accept it and began to be okay with it. Not only did their way of living changed, but the way they thought was evolving too. Science was thought to be so important to the people of discovery but they drifted from that too during the Romantic Period.
Education was another thing was a very obvious difference between the two time periods. Medicine was not considered a object of interest to the Age of Discovery. The romantic Period on the other hand had more interest in medicine and thought it was very important in society. They used what they had to their advantage as much as possible. While still learning how to live off the land better crops played an important role in the Age of Discovery. Making sure that they got the most crops possible was a huge deal considering that did not have a lot of resources. The Romantic Period still of course produced crops but...