The Modernist era 

Pablo Picasso, "Guernica" (1937)

Pablo Picasso, "Guernica" (1937)


November 30: VOICES FROM WORLD WAR I  

Voices from World War I (2016)

Wilfred Owen, "Dulce Et Decorum Est" (2037) - Curry

Siegfried Sassoon, "Glory of Women" (2025) - Madelyn

Isaac Rosenberg, "Dead Man's Dump" (2032) 

 

MODERNIST MANIFESTOS - IMAGISM / VORTICISM / FUTURISM

T.E. Hulme, "Romanticism and Classicism" (2059)

F.S. Flint and Ezra Pound, "Imagisme" (2064)

Ezra Pound, "A Few Don'ts by an Imagiste" (2065)

T.E. Hulme, Pound, H.D., An Imagist Cluster (2068), Blast (2070-7) 

Marinetti, The Futurist Manifesto (link) - please print out and bring to class

T.S. Eliot, "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" (2524) - Denis


December 7: THE BLOOMSBURY GROUP

Virginia Woolf, from Mrs. Dalloway (2155-2162 only); A Room of One's Own (2264) - Kyna

James Joyce, "Molly" from Ulysses (2474-80) - Victoria

 

MODERNIST CONCLUSIONS

Check your email and fill out the Course Evaluation before it expires! A link should have been sent to you from the Vice Provost. 

W.H. Auden, "Musée des Beaux Arts" (2685); Breugel's "The Fall of Icarus" (here

Samuel Beckett, Waiting for Godot (Intro and 2621-26, 2631-33, 2642-5)

Philip Larkin, "High Windows,""This Be The Verse" (2788) - Chelsea


December TBD: FInal Exam at 6:00 p.m.


Don't worry! Our ROMANTICISM page and VICTORIAN page are still available.

 Victorian Study Guide - Modernism Study Guide

The date of our final exam is 12/21. Some practice IDs are here.

C.R. W. Nevinson, "Returning to the Trenches" (1916)

C.R. W. Nevinson, "Returning to the Trenches" (1916)