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Although the era of modernist poetry is often thought to have ended at the mid-century, its experimental spirit has continued to raise questions about lyric voice in post-war Britain. Since the s, poets such as J. Prynne and Tom Raworth have looked to the modernist fragmentation of diction and form as an alternative model of intellectual and aesthetic ambition to the prevailing naturalism of Philip Larkin and Ted Hughes. Keywords: modernism , poetry , contemporary , experimental , postmodernism , innovative , avant-garde , British , American. His poetry criticism has been published widely over the last ten years, and includes essays on J. Prynne and W.
Modernist Revolutio The famous Poundian expression, an apparent injunction, is mostly remembered as a revolutionary call-to-arms make it new! Yet the publication date signals that it had little to do with the incipient modernist breakthrough, or with any revolutionary call to action complete with an exclamation mark, as a misperception long maintained the idea. True, the book gathered essays written between and , but as such came across as rather old news at the time of publication. Ironically, then, most of the material published under the arresting headline Make It New was fifteen to twenty years old and circulated in small journals when selected for a reprint. Rather than innovation, Pound actually praises renovation. Rather than revolution, restoration.
Modernism , in the fine arts, a break with the past and the concurrent search for new forms of expression. Modernism fostered a period of experimentation in the arts from the late 19th to the midth century, particularly in the years following World War I. In literature, visual art, architecture, dance, and music, Modernism was a break with the past and the concurrent search for new forms of expression. All the arts sought an authentic response to the industrialization and urbanization of the late 19th century. In literature, Modernist writers such as Henry James and Virginia Woolf cast off traditional continuity, employing stream-of-consciousness narration instead. Architects sought unique forms for new technologies. Choreographers rebelled against both balletic and interpretive traditions, and composers used untried approaches to tonality.
There have been many books on early modernist poetry, not so many on its various sequels, and still fewer on the currents and cross-currents of poetry since World War II. Until now there has been no single comprehensive history of British and American poetry throughout the half century from the mids to the recent past. This David Perkins is uniquely equipped to provide; only a critic as well informed as he in the whole range of twentieth-century poetry could offer a lucid, coherent, and structured account of so diverse a body of work.
Конечно. Он работает уже шестнадцать часов, если не ошибаюсь. Чатрукьян не знал, что сказать. - Да, сэр. Шестнадцать часов.
Я… я… прошу прощения, - заикаясь, сказал Беккер и застегнул молнию на брюках. Повернувшись, он увидел вошедшую в туалет девушку. Молоденькая, изысканной внешности, ну прямо сошла со страниц журнала Севентин. Довольно консервативные брюки в клетку, белая блузка без рукавов.
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