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The lost generation

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Aaron Gudrian

on 10 October 2012

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1920's when Ernest Hemingway wrote his novels about the lost generation The lost generation When did the term come to use The novels from the lost generation make people more aware of what they where going through a change in the world's society What did it change The lost generation refers the people that grew up during WWI, and also used to discern the group of writers that made the term popular What is it? The lost generation defined a of loss of morals and a scene of direction, both in themselves and the world Today, the american youth are considered the new lost generation. Relevance to today's world? What did it refer to? Many are without a job including those just out of collage. this is also accompanied by major changes in technology and economy . most of the lost generation came from the veterans from WWI and suffered from Post Traumatic stress disorder. Wrote about characters living in the post WWI era most where the lost generation. All of the lost had something that destroyed them. Others lost loved ones in war Trapped between two different worlds, each with completely different viewpoints about society, especially the roles of women Soldiers are also once again facing war wounds and separation from life People also have a feeling of aimlessness and purposeless do to the poor economy and lack of jobs Other authors include Gertrude Stein, Stein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ezra Pound, and T. S. Eliot, Though ideas of success have changed, they still live with no hope for it.
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