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The Unity of Plurality: Literary Effects in the 19th and 20th Centuries.

By Carmen Romero Sánchez-Palencia

Abstract

The artistic manifestations that have taken place in the modern era have been reflected in modernisms. These varied and international aesthetic movements are primarily characterised by not having a single viewpoint or a single way of interpreting or understanding reality. Thus different, yet equally valid manifestations coexist at this time, among which we will highlight Realism and Symbolism. In parallel, we mustn’t forget that the root of the word ‘modern’ has always encompassed the idea of the importance of the past, the embracing or denial of what came before, generating a feeling of superiority

Topics: Symbolism, Realism, Modernisms, Individualism, Art
Publisher: Theory and Practice in Language Studies, Vol. 6, No. 6
Year: 2016
OAI identifier: oai:http://ddfv.ufv.es:10641/1194
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