Romanticism was initially recognized as a common state of referral among many literary works and arose in the 18th century. This type of poetry refers to a more emotional level rather than that of explanation and reasons. A key figure and influential character was William Wordsworth who had strengthened the Romantic Movement greatly. The Romantic movement was of sort a revolt and includes many poetic ideals such as love, beauty and emotion, many involve John Keats, Percy Shelley, and Wordsworth, the movement begun from around 1750 to around 1870.
Romantic poetry consists of many key characteristics such as the imagination which is the essence of romantic poetry, emotions in expression of thought, nature in interpretation, pastoral life in culture and traditions, symbolism of different meanings and individualism of a representation of varied characteristics.