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The Difficulties of Modernism - Diepeveen, Leonard; Diepeveen, L.; Diepeveen Leona
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL, 288 Seiten, L=240mm, B=153mm, H=25mm, Gew.=558gr, [GR: 15710 - HC/Literaturwissenschaft/Allgemeines, Lexika], [SW: - Literature - Classics / Criticism], Gebunden, Klappentext: In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture. In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture.

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In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture. The Difficulties of Modernism Diepeveen, Leonard / Diepeveen, L. / Diepeveen Leona In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture.

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First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. Literary Criticism Literary Criticism eBook In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture.

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The Difficulties of Modernism

In "The Difficulties of Modernism," Leonard Diepeveen examines how difficulty became central to our encounters with modern literature and culture. Literary modernism's first readers often complained that difficulty was "running rampant in literature," that art had become a "plague of unintelligibility." Diepeveen argues that the simultaneous appearance of modernism and discussion about difficulty was not coincidental-difficulty allowed modernism to rise to the status of high art, and it was fundamental to how modernism shaped the canon not only of twentieth-century literature, but of the literature that preceded it. He argues that modernism can be best understood as the moment when knowing how to maneuver through difficult art became the central sign of one's ability to participate in high culture.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780415940689
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0415940680
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2002
Publisher: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN & HALL
288 Pages
Weight: 0,558 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780415940689

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0-415-94068-0, 978-0-415-94068-9


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