By Pericles Lewis
Modernism arose in a interval of increasing globalization within the past due 19th century. Modernist writers and artists, whereas frequently dependable to their nation in instances of conflict, aimed to upward thrust above the nationwide and ideological conflicts of the early 20th century in carrier to a sophisticated excellent. This spouse explores the foreign elements of literary modernism by way of mapping the historical past of the circulate throughout Europe and inside of each one kingdom. The essays position some of the literary traditions inside a social and old context and set out fresh severe debates. specific consciousness is given to the city facilities within which modernism constructed - from Dublin to Zürich, Barcelona to Warsaw - and to the routine of modernists throughout nationwide borders. A extensive, available account of ecu modernism, this better half explores what this cosmopolitan stream can educate us approximately lifestyles as a citizen of Europe and of the area.
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If the theme of homosexuality remains a subtext in L’Immoraliste [The Immoralist] (1902), Gide would bring it to the surface in his later works, especially Amyntas (1904) and Corydon (1911), as well as in his autobiography, Si le grain ne meurt [If the seed dies] (1921). Although homosexuality was not criminalized in France as it was in England, Gide’s open discussion of same-sex sexual relations – especially in Corydon – still aroused controversy. In his memoirs, Gide describes a discussion he had with Proust on the topic of writing about homosexuality in which Proust advised him, “‘You can tell everything .
The Cambridge Companion to European Modernism by Pericles Lewis