Modernism & English Literature Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Higher Education – Ultra Spiritual Life episode 58Calvin Harris, Rag'n'Bone Man – Giant (Lyric Video) 32 thoughts on “Modernism & English Literature” Creepy weirdo reciting that poem Reply Subscribed.. Reply That was very helping, thank you so much! Reply merci beaucoup, nous sommes des étudiants français !! merci thank you so much Reply I just finished reading Ulysses and your video really made for a great reference on Modernist literature , there were these elements(as mentioned) in the novel, since this was my first modernist novel I was baffled at first by the Stream of Consciousness technique but it ultimately grew on me and I was able to enjoy the novel immensely. Reply Good class…Thank u…sir Reply Thanks, this helped! Reply PLease some useful links for aesthetic device in the modern english/american literature Reply Good lord that animated clip was the scariest thing ive seen in weeks and its goddamn october Reply Your elaboration is magnificent and more focused of realism … All these are exactly explained more clearly as it happened earlier and some are still persisting the society… A clear image u gave thank you. Reply Omg. Is this really English? 😭 Reply Enjoyed watching your video. Reply It must not necesarrily be internaly linked but i find it interesting that introspection goes hand in hand with the detachment from the world here. like the the things happening ( ww1 eg.) were to cruel and inhuman to be real. So the outside looked at as something unreal while the personal contemplation of it was the main concern. The world still was their home though . Reply This was quite helpful, thank you very much! 😊 Reply you sir r a fucken legend, i now might sound like i have a clue on what im speaking about Reply This was very helpful THANK YOU (MOROCCO ) Reply this helped a lot thank you so much Reply Yeats, Kafka and Plath are very worth mentioning in this video. Reply thank you for this video it's so helpful. Reply Can u answer me quickly plz I need u answer some questions to me about modern drama What the nature of MdMajor theme in mdSchool and movement in MdVarious techniques also in modern drama tomorrow I have lecture about it so u can answer me and I’ll be thankful for u 💞 Reply This was very useful, but the animated image of TS Eliott in minute 7 was creepy af XD Reply Thank you for this! just starting my literature journey in undergraduate level and this provided clarity 🙂 Reply Not wishing to take you to task, however, I checked out the Wikipedia entry concerning T.S.Eliot. His father and grandfather who lived in America, Saint Louis if my memory serves. T.S. Eliot tracing his ancestry to SW England and returning to England. Reply the audio sucks Reply I've watched this video and the video you did about Postmodernism. I have to say they are superb! Absolutely superb! Reply who was the woman who was speaking about the shattering of peoples' consciousness after WW1? Thank you! great video! Reply That was great, thanks 🙂 Reply thank you so much about your video. I can understand clearly, and it's useful for me because I got this topic to do my assignment. could I make a reference from your video? Reply Thank you greatly for taking the time to make this! Brilliantly informative and yet, not overwhelming. Reply i really like the way youre replying to every comment; most of the youtubers dont bother to answer the questions, I subscribed mainly because of that 🙂 oh and a very comprehensive video though. Reply Brilliant. What are the differences and similarities between war poetry and modernist poetry? Reply hello! I'm doing a project/presentation in college on modernism and war poetry. This has been very helpful, thank you so much, but what is Wilfred Owen? surely a modernist poet? or a Georgian poet? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.