❞ كتاب Modernist Literature ❝  ⏤ Mary Ann Gillies and Aurelea Mahood

❞ كتاب Modernist Literature ❝ ⏤ Mary Ann Gillies and Aurelea Mahood

Modernist Literature

As Lucy Tantamount dryly observes to Walter Bidlake in Aldous
Huxley’s Point Counter Point (1928), ‘Living modernly’s living
quickly.’1
The scene is not simply an example of disaffected banter
between a pair of lovers; it is a skirmish between opposing viewpoints. In Lucy’s estimation, Walter is anything but up-to-date. She is
of the opinion that Walter thinks in ‘an absurdly unmodern way about
everything.’2
He does not understand that
[y]ou can’t cart a wagon-load of ideals and romanticisms with
you these days. When you travel by aeroplane, you must leave
your heavy baggage behind. The good old-fashioned soul was
all right when we lived slowly. But it’s too ponderous nowadays. There’s no room for it in the aeroplane.3
With its attention to speed and rejection of the past, Lucy’s jeering
declaration is striking for at least two reasons. First, it suggests the
highly self-conscious perception of time and space characteristic of
twentieth-century literature and culture. Second, it captures the sense
that speed—in particular, the speed with which change takes place—is
a fundamental characteristic of modern life. Or as Lucy puts it while
also extending the aeroplane metaphor, ‘If you like speed, if you want
to cover the ground, you can’t have luggage. Mary Ann Gillies and Aurelea Mahood - ❰ له مجموعة من المؤلفات أبرزها ❞ Modernist Literature ❝ الناشرين : ❞ Edinburgh University Press Ltd ❝ ❱
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Modernist Literature

As Lucy Tantamount dryly observes to Walter Bidlake in Aldous
Huxley’s Point Counter Point (1928), ‘Living modernly’s living
quickly.’1
The scene is not simply an example of disaffected banter
between a pair of lovers; it is a skirmish between opposing viewpoints. In Lucy’s estimation, Walter is anything but up-to-date. She is
of the opinion that Walter thinks in ‘an absurdly unmodern way about
everything.’2
He does not understand that
[y]ou can’t cart a wagon-load of ideals and romanticisms with
you these days. When you travel by aeroplane, you must leave
your heavy baggage behind. The good old-fashioned soul was
all right when we lived slowly. But it’s too ponderous nowadays. There’s no room for it in the aeroplane.3
With its attention to speed and rejection of the past, Lucy’s jeering
declaration is striking for at least two reasons. First, it suggests the
highly self-conscious perception of time and space characteristic of
twentieth-century literature and culture. Second, it captures the sense
that speed—in particular, the speed with which change takes place—is
a fundamental characteristic of modern life. Or as Lucy puts it while
also extending the aeroplane metaphor, ‘If you like speed, if you want
to cover the ground, you can’t have luggage.
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Touted as the father of modern English by his contemporaries and later (even modern) critics, Geoffrey Chaucer (1343-1400) remains one of the essential medieval writers that still has prevalence in our literary culture today.
The Main Characteristics of Modern Literature: The characteristics of the Modern Literature can be categorized into Individualism, Experimentation, Symbolism, Absurdity and Formalism. 1-Individualism: In Modern Literature, the individual is more interesting than society.

In broad terms, the period was marked by sudden and unexpected breaks with traditional ways of viewing and interacting with the world. Experimentation and individualism became virtues, where in the past they were often heartily discouraged. Modernism was set in motion, in one sense, through a series of cultural shocks.

Literary modernism, or modernist literature, has its origins in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly in Europe and North America, and is characterized by a very self-conscious break with traditional ways of writing, in both poetry and prose fiction.

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The following are characteristics of Modernism: Marked by a strong and intentional break with tradition. This break includes a strong reaction against established religious, political, and social views. Belief that the world is created in the act of perceiving it; that is, the world is what we 
Literary modernism, or modernist literature, has its origins in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mainly in Europe and North America, and is characterized by a very self-conscious break with traditional ways of writing, in both poetry and prose fiction. Modernists experimented with literary form and expression, as exemplified by Ezra Pound's maxim to "Make it new."[1] This literary movement was driven by a conscious desire to overturn traditional modes of representation and express the new sensibilities of their time.[2] The horrors of the First World War saw the prevailing assumptions about society reassessed.[3]


Contents
1    Origins and precursors
2    Early modernist writers
3    Continuation: 1920s and 1930s
4    Modernist literature after 1939
4.1    Late modernism
4.2    Theatre of the Absurd

 

Modernist Literature

As Lucy Tantamount dryly observes to Walter Bidlake in Aldous
Huxley’s Point Counter Point (1928), ‘Living modernly’s living
quickly.’1
 The scene is not simply an example of disaffected banter
between a pair of lovers; it is a skirmish between opposing viewpoints. In Lucy’s estimation, Walter is anything but up-to-date. She is
of the opinion that Walter thinks in ‘an absurdly unmodern way about
everything.’2
 He does not understand that
[y]ou can’t cart a wagon-load of ideals and romanticisms with
you these days. When you travel by aeroplane, you must leave
your heavy baggage behind. The good old-fashioned soul was
all right when we lived slowly. But it’s too ponderous nowadays. There’s no room for it in the aeroplane.3
With its attention to speed and rejection of the past, Lucy’s jeering
declaration is striking for at least two reasons. First, it suggests the
highly self-conscious perception of time and space characteristic of
twentieth-century literature and culture. Second, it captures the sense
that speed—in particular, the speed with which change takes place—is
a fundamental characteristic of modern life. Or as Lucy puts it while
also extending the aeroplane metaphor, ‘If you like speed, if you want
to cover the ground, you can’t have luggage. 
 

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