[shtoo rm oo nt drahng] /ˌʃtʊərm ʊnt ˈdrɑŋ/
a style or movement of German literature of the latter half of the 18th century: characterized chiefly by impetuosity of manner, exaltation of individual sensibility and intuitive perception, opposition to established forms of society and thought, and extreme nationalism.
tumult; turmoil; upheaval.
Sturm und Drang
/ˈʃtʊrm ʊnt ˈdraŋ/
a German literary movement of the latter half of the 18th century, characterized by a reaction against rationalism
See sturm and drang
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