Which earlier ideas did romanticism

Which earlier ideas did romanticism

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Romanticism is an idea from the Americas late 18th century where they write stories full of a mix of emotions and mystery. The European countries did not like romanticism.  

Explanation:

Romanticism rejected the beliefs of the enlightenment. The Great Compromise solved issues between states with small populations and states with large populations. The Great Compromise was developed at the Constitutional Convention and helped in creating the modern day structure of Congress.

I took the quiz and I got B.

The answer is B. The beliefs of the Enlightenment

B. the beliefs of the Enlightenment
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B.

the beliefs of the Enlightenment

Romanticism rejected the beliefs of the Enlightenment.
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Which earlier ideas did Romanticism reject? 

B. the beliefs of the Enlightenment 
Because the Romanticism thought the ideas were dangerous

Romanticism rejected B. the beliefs of the Enlightenment. At first they did, because they were focused on the internal (emotions, feelings, unexplored things, myths, etc.), while Enlightenment was based on reason, clarity and knowledge. But, they later embraced it like Mary Shelley did, for example, in Frankenstein (science used to discover the unknown).
The question ask which of the following that best support and answer the question which states that which earlier ideas did Romanticism reject and the best answer among the choices you have given is letter B. the beliefs of the Enlightenment. I hope you are satisfied with my answer. 

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