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Modernism was a movement in literature, art, and music which began in the 20th century. It rejected all traditional and social norms in all areas.

Maryly Gonzalez

on 14 May 2010

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MODERNISM Modernism is a movement in different areas like literature, art, and music that took place in the early 20th century. This movement rejected all traditional and social norms. Modernists emphasized on the ideas of experimentation and freedom of expression. WHERE DID IT
COME FROM ? Came from the European avant-garde art
People's disillusionment in the world caused them to be confused
Writers, artists, and composers used literature, art, and music to show others how they saw the world that they lived in
Modernism + Literature
= ??? 1900s - 1940s
Many wrote fragmented stories that reflected how the world was during the war
Writers wrote in various perspectives, used imagery, many symbols, colloquial language, used language in a very self- conscious
H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) Richard Aldington IMAGIST POETRY AND....................??? THE LOST GENERATION Ernest Hemingway F. Scott Fitzgerald John Steinbeck William Faulkner William Carlos Williams Marianne Moore Ezra Pound THE ARTS TOO!!!!?? late 19th century - 20th century Vincent Van Gogh Paul Cezanne Edouard Manet Pablo Picasso Henri Matisse Wassily Kandinsky Salvador Dali EXPRESSIONISM CUBISM FAUVISM SURREALISM MUSIC TOO!!! Claude Debussy
Anton Webern
Alban Berg Igor Stravinsky The Firebird
The Rite of Spring - caused a riot in Paris
Charles Ives
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