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Features ofmodernism:• The unconscious life of the mind is as important as theconscious;• «Personality» is precarious and ...
«Jacob’s Room’   «Night and Day»    (1922)           (1919) «The Voyage     «Mrs. Dalloway» Out» (1912)         (1925)«Bet...
Stephen        «The   Hero       Dubliners»«Finnegan’s               Ulysses  Wake»
Richard Kipling   William B. Yeats   Thomas Stearns   Rupert Brooke                                         Eliot
Edward                                                 MorganJoseph Conrad                                    Forster     ...
Wystan Hugh Auden        «Poems»Dylan Thomas             s «Under Milk Wood»George Bernard           «Mrs. Warren’s Profes...
Her novels are classified into three types:the novel of                                                       -the novel c...
-The dramatist is concerned with the human condition ingeneral.- The emphasis is not on time and place, but rather on thee...
- a place in which everything is               unpleasant or bad               - opposite with utopia             George  ...
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  1. 1. Features ofmodernism:• The unconscious life of the mind is as important as theconscious;• «Personality» is precarious and fragmentary, rather thansubstantial and unchanging;• Our perceptions of life are uncertain and provisional;• The intense, but isolated image is something that must be inthe centre of the author’s attention;• Supposedly primitive myths can help to grasp and order thecomplexity of the twentieth century experience;• Nothing can be taken for granted in literary form and theremust be no unthinking reproductions of familiar forms;• Literary works can never be given a full and absoluteinterpretation.
  2. 2. «Jacob’s Room’ «Night and Day» (1922) (1919) «The Voyage «Mrs. Dalloway» Out» (1912) (1925)«Between the «Orlando» Acts» (1941) (1931) «To the«The Waves» Lighthouse» (1931) (1927)
  3. 3. Stephen «The Hero Dubliners»«Finnegan’s Ulysses Wake»
  4. 4. Richard Kipling William B. Yeats Thomas Stearns Rupert Brooke Eliot
  5. 5. Edward MorganJoseph Conrad Forster «The Heart «A Passage to of Darkness» India» «Lord Jim» «Where the Angels Fear to Tread» «Under Western «A Room with a View» Eyes» , «The Secret Agent»( «Howard’s «The End» Rescue»
  6. 6. Wystan Hugh Auden «Poems»Dylan Thomas s «Under Milk Wood»George Bernard «Mrs. Warren’s Profession» «Man andShaw Superman», «Arms and the Man», «Pygmalion», «Heartbreak House»John Boynton Priestley «The Good Companions» «Angel Pavement»Evelyn «Decline andWaugh Fall», «Vile Bodies», «Scoop»Graham Greene «The Power and the Glory», «The Heart of the Matter», «Our Man in Havana», «The Quiet American»
  7. 7. Her novels are classified into three types:the novel of -the novel characterized bytricks, where deepening of the character:plotting dominates: «The«Under the the increasingly religious Bell», «An Unofficial Rose»Net», «The Flight type of the novel, that isfrom the concernedEnchanter, «A with the enactment ofSevered good and evil: «TheHead», «The Sandcastle», «The Bell»,Italian Girl», «The «The Unicorn» «The TimeRed and the of the Angels»Green»
  8. 8. -The dramatist is concerned with the human condition ingeneral.- The emphasis is not on time and place, but rather on theeternal. Samuel Beckett(1906– 1989) The most famous English dramatist of the absurd theatre -he made his name with his play «Waiting for Godot» (1952) -got a Nobel Prize in 1969
  9. 9. - a place in which everything is unpleasant or bad - opposite with utopia George Aldous William Orwell Huxley Golding «1984»«Brave New «Lord of the «Animal World» flies» Farm»

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