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A History of English Romanticism in the Nineteenth Century

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He said that it was The '^mantic School in Germariy. 169 beyond Scott, and that Undine resembled Shakspere's Caliban in being a literal creation.
But in general Fouque's chivalry romances, when compared with Scott's, have much less vigour, variety, and dramatic force, though a higher spirituality and a softer sentiment. The Waverley novels are solid with a right materialistic treatment. It was Scott's endeavour to make the Middle Ages real. The people are there, as well as chevaliers and their
...ladies. The history of the times is there. But in Fouque the Middle Ages be- come even more unreal, fairy-like, fantastic than they are in our imaginations. There is nothing but tourney- ing, love-making, and enchantment. Compare the rumour of the Crusades and Richard the Lion Heart in " Der Zauberring " with the stalwart flesh-and-blood figures in "Ivanhoe" and "The Talisman." A wavering moon- shine lies all over the world of the Fouque romances, like the magic light which illumines the Druda's castle in " Der Zauberring," on whose battlements grow tall white flowers, and whose courts are filled with unearthly music from the perpetual revolution of golden wheels.

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