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His huge expanse of lyric verse reveals a metrical inventiveness and a technical mastery of a variety of forms. He returned where he courted Emma and so there is the feeling of a remaking of the experience, which is now conditioned by the awareness that so much had changed. His early poetry mixes postPaterian aestheticism with Celticism.

His verse of the s exploits a languorous repetition. After , he had a deeper speculation about love and the nature of the universe and the political intensity inspired by an emerged Ireland. He rejected much of the new philosophies of the centuries, but his later poetry proclaims the independence of the artist. Homer, Dante, were points of reference within a new unity of vision. He was Irish and he felt no obligation to be a soldier in WWI. Lot of young men joined the army to defend his homeland and the idea of the war was surrounded by enthusiasm.

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She recalls the ambitions and struggles of an educated woman, but also the tensions of waiting for news from the front. He attacks the Generals, but also the uncomprehending noncombant civilians.

His poems suggest a kind of fascination with the nature of war and with devastated men ad landscapes. He remains explorative in his interest in the imagery he found around him in the desolation of the trenches. When a Victorian man and woman married, the rights of the woman were legally given over to her spouse. At the same time, women participated in the paid workforce in increasing numbers following the Industrial Revolution.

Feminist ideas spread among the educated female middle classes, discriminatory laws were repealed, and the women's suffrage movement started to reach their aims in the last years of the Victorian era. Rights and privileges of Victorian women were limited and Victorian women had disadvantages both financially and sexually, enduring inequalities within their marriages and social statuses. Also in the Victorian literature the figure of the woman is a very important theme: Intimal feelings are always hidden to the public because the Victorian society was built on traditions and conventions.

The novels of this period are the mirror of this aspects. But the theme of double in literature is maybe an anticipation of the psychological research of Freud: But if in Freud this aspect is natural and present in the human being, in the English costumes of the 19th century this is an attitude deliberately wanted, intended to hide the real — sometimes obscure — nature of human being.

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In fact according to him and his motto, in order to create something new the poets and writers had to try to use new forms of writing and painting.

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She does more than present a challenge to the received idea of realism, a new aesthetic of realism. It plays with problems of identity, which is both singular and multiple and insists on the opposition and the dependence of the perception of Clarissa and Septimus.

In these novels the insights into the identity of the characters are complemented by larger symbols, which allow to be both temporary and permanent. Her novels attempt to dissipate characters and to reintegrate human experience within aesthetic forms. She represents the nature of transient sensation, of conscious and unconscious mental activity and then to relate it to a more universal awareness of pattern and rhythm.

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She draws significantly on the landscapes and flora of her native New Zealand. Her narratives are brief triumphs of style that serves to suggest a pervasive atmosphere. The novelist insisted that each volume is only a chapter of the whole. She uses a technique expressive of an explicitly female consciousness, a style in antithesis to a received masculine tradition and a new male-dominated experiments in literature.

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Pound thought that the author must use his image because he sees or feels it, not because he thinks he can use it for some system of ethics. He was an assistant editor of The Egoist. He developed his fictional style thanks to a close association with Joseph Conrad and he wrote a series of polemical essays on the state of the novel. He founded the English Review. A Tale of Passion: He studied at Harvard and in Paris attended lectures by Bergson. At the beginning, he is influenced by the poetry of Laforgue, which is ironic, clever, with the form of dramatic monologues, but this influence is transient.

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Its citizens are observed as incapable of judging and choosing, are disillusioned and graceless. Epiphany is a sudden spiritual manifestation, whether in the vulgarity of speech or of gesture or a memorable phase of the mind itself.

These moments seem to transform the commonplace into the special. Underneath the 18 episodes lies a Homeric precedent. Reading Ulysses is a process of familiarization with a variety of adapted styles, modes and techniques. He wrote about what he knew best of Dublin. All the three plays are characterized by their author as tragedies, but in all the reality of death is relieved by an irreverent wit. He combines the talents of actor, composer, librettist, playwright and his long career.

It combines realism with the kind of restraint which is far more than the heroics of idealized British officers. He describes a sense of alienation from post-war student life in Oxford, which he shared with his friend and fellow officer. It was through his Oxford acquaintance Lawrence, that Graves regnognized the fictional potential of feeling. He served as private soldier in the trenches of WWI. He entered in the Roman Catholic Church and this is the reason of the peculiarly Latinate reference of his poetry.

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A Novel on Russian Themes: The society seems fragile and there is evidence of death and decay. He uses the life of Christ Guthrie and her three marriages to draw his three independent novels together. He attempts to root private and public history in a Marxist understanding of class struggle and also to return to the matter of Scotland.

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Beginnings are subverted, tenses shift between past and present and what seems to be digressions assume to be vital momentum. Born in India, he found his spiritual home in the Mediterranean. He ws influenced by Lawrence and Miller. He was not content with a reanimation of ancient myth: It is set on a desert island on which a marooned group of boys from an English cathedral choir-school gradually falls away from the civilization into barbarism and murder.

The novel is shaped by Christian concept of original sin, a post-Darwinist and post-Wellsian pessimism. There develops an exploration of the polarities of redemptive saintliness and destructive malignity and of disinterested love.

He was a convinced realist who occasionally indulged in fantasy and comic writer who allowed for tragedy and cruelty, but the world of his own novels is that of the mid th century. He had a talent for creating scenes, set pieces and characters. His novels are essentially comedies of manners. He published also an introduction to Dickens and an essay on Kipling.

Her arguments derived from a scrupulous investigation of the problems posed by moral philosophy and by independent philosophical studies. Her novels are carefully patterned, though the nature of the choosing of these patterns seems broken by the freedom which she allows her characters. She had a fascination for outsiders and strangers. It is set in a lay religious community, near to a convent of enclosed nuns and it begins with a fragmented marriage and gradually explores the emotional, sexual and moral tension which force the community to reform.

The protagonist is a novelist who tells and actually is the story. It is a contrived intellectual thriller. She has a commitment to moral issues and to their relation to fictional form. The ironic and disingenuous tone of her narrators helps her to create a sense of discordance between the aberrance of what happens and its precise delineation. The Gothic of The Ballad of Peckham Rye that is quite distinct in its comic chill and it concerns with possession.

His novels offer a retrospect on an uneasy England from the point of view of the mid-century. The novel is narrated by a man who recalls the period of his 12 years old in the summer of The novel is place in the atmosphere of political restlessness of the s and the imminence of the WWII.

He was one of the most sophisticated openers up of English Modernism because of his literary forms and his non-native landscapes.

He was one of the select group of inter-war writers approved by Ezra Pound. His work can be characterized by the idea of rediscovery. His poetry reexplores historical and personal pasts and bunting rejoices in his sexual identity. His detailing has reminded of Wordsworth, but the sensibility which determines that detailing is Modernist.

The Whitsun Weddings and High Windows, point to the inflexions of his own age and the provocative frankness. His accounts of the past are marked by an awareness of an abyss between then and now. The post-Christian narrator frets at the prospect of a future in which religion will have shrunk to a prevalent fear of death. His was a popular success based on easily comprehensible, rhymed and scanned verse.

She remained sentimentally attached to the Church of Engand, while denouncing its doctrines and its priests. It is a traditional narrative subjective to a process of disordering. It can be seen as a development of the 19 th century realist fiction. Rhys explores the nature of loneliness, victimization and exploitation.

It is set in the corrupt and uneasy society of post-emancipation Caribbean. Her first novels proclaim the virtues of restraint, good behaviour and feminine resilience. Her fiction is generally set in a small world of middle-class families. She reinvented the fairy-tale for an adult public, infusing her narratives with macabre fantasy and erotic comedy.

She thought that the pornographic fantasy would have its legitimate place in literature. The bird-woman has been hatched from an egg, in the age of puberty she has sprouted the wings and at her marriage her husband discovers her nature.

It dwells on the career of two theatrical twins and the offspring of a Shakespearian actor. She forges links between theatre and literature.

He bot appreciate the art of the Victorian novel and he feels superior to it. It is an exploration of moral antinomy. It is an anti-utopian vision of the technological future, told from the point of view of a 15 years old delinquent who fantasizes about rape, assault and murder. Burgess seems to make his readers complicit in what Alex thinks and does by obliging them to share in his lexical rebellion and excitement.

It is a novel centred on a series of interlinked relationships all of which suggest something of the disappointed contemporary England. Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal Court, a commercial theatre. The Royal Shakespeare Company, in contrast, scared the audiences out of any sense of stability.

The play contains also remarkable moments of concerted physical action by the group of recruits. He manages to relate his intense respect for working-class community to a social, historical and political perspective stretching the anti-Fascist protests of the Jewish East End. In all three play, he conveys a sense of place by capturing distinctive ways of speaking and representing the distinctive rhythms of urban and rural domesticity.

His earlier work allowed indeterminacy and his latest work seems to want an insistent demand for moral definitions. It was first performed at the Royal Shakespeare Company. It marked a turningpoint in his career. The play opens in an undistinguished room in a north London house and with a one-sided conversation, an indifferent exchange of insults and it goes away from the idea of the comedy.

Everything in the play is unspecific. The play leaves a residual sense of sourness and negativity. All of them are distinguished with the disjunctions of memory and with unstable human relationships.

Language is seen as the means by which power can be exercised and as something which can be manipulated and defined. He was an active homosexual and he was murdered by his companion.

He was also sent to prison and he fought against the authority with anarchy comedy and priapic energy. His comedy serves to expose the folly and the fool, the double standards of the hypocrite or the unbalanced humours of everyman and the disrupt the very status quo. His villains are no fools. Innocence can ever be a defence. Orton exploit the traditional forms of comedy and he transforms them.

When he started to write to press and to the theatre, he was parodying the kind of bourgeois respectability against which he had long defined himself. He takes a fresh delight in the kind of theatrical clockwork and he seems a deep intellectual pleasure in parallels, coincidences and convergences that extend beyond a theatrical relish.

He has emerged as an almost exemplary artist in an age which has exhibited a fascination with the patternings of mathematics and metaphysical theory. His plays are plotted, logical mystery tours which find their ends in their beginnings. Everything is rendered relative and the perspective is changed, time is fragmented.

It is about the making of mental and moral jumps and the construction of a philosophical architecture.

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