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Historically, the Romantic era is sometimes called "The Age of Revolution" from the French Revolution (1789-99) and the American Revolution (1775-83), the Haitian Revolution (1791-1804), and subsequent revolutions in Europe and Latin America (including the War for Mexican Independence, 1811-21 ). liberating changes in the arts (in literature, for instance, increasing use of everyday language, free verse, appeals to common human feelings or emotions); and profound social and cultural changes that radically transformed everyday life�urbanization, early industrialization, movements for equality, expanding markets and wealth for increasing numbers of people following the Enlightenment 's institutionalization of constitutional government, freemarket economics, and advances in science, medicine, hygiene and nutrition.

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