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Cultural and Literary Expression in Modernity

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This course seeks to develop a nuanced understanding of the scope of cultural and literary expression in the late 19th and the first half of the 20th centuries. It attends to broad socio-historical happenings, from the birth of modernism in the late 19th century to the post-modern moment. In addition to literary "modernism," the... More

Hybridity, Baudelaire, Haussmann, Vorticism, Virginia Woolf, Surrealism, Joseph Conrad, Aubrey Beardsley, Marxism, World War I, Borges, Relativism, T.S. Eliot, Decadence, Avant-Garde, Post-Modernism, Vladimir Nabokov, Symbolism, Mimicry, Georgian England, Stream of Consciousness, Fascism, Victorian Culture, Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, Experimental Poetics, Salman Rushdie, Ambivalence, Epistemology, Yeats, Hemingway, Futurism, Imagism, Beckett, Dadaism, Aestheticism, Derek Walcott, Edwardian England, British Imperialism, Narrative, Gertrude Stein

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