Human Condition in Literature: An illustration of fragmentation and reorganization

Posted: February 18, 2014 in Culture, Essays, Literary Lenses, Psychology, Women in Literature, Writing

Another one of my book of essays published on Kindle!

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Excerpt:

Modernism begins an age where “loss of faith” in the “old orders of Western civilization” (Barton & Hudson, 2006, p. 122) becomes the norm. This is the beginning of an era that experiences deep changes not only in the structure of the society but also the structure of human experience itself due to colonialism, industrialism, technological advances, civil wars, colony wars and two World Wars (Abram, 2006, p. 1828). (1995) The fragmentation of not only society but of also the inhabitants results in the most massive genocide and assimilation of cultures ever recorded in history–acculturation. What was once was no longer. Why?

Human Condition in Literature: An illustration of fragmentation and reorganization.

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