Re-emergence of the Old and the New in Modernist Writing Essay by Gricey

Re-emergence of the Old and the New in Modernist Writing
Looks at how the modern represents the constant demand to deny the old, even though the old comes back in new forms.
# 743 | 1,160 words | 2 sources | 2000 | GB
Published on Mar 18, 2001 in English (General) , Literature (General) , Communication (General) , Philosophy (General)


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This essay examines issues central to the concept of modernist writing such as the re-emergence of the old in the new and the modern notion of recreating the old in the new. The author attempts to answer whether there can ever be such a thing as the ?new? and if so how it manifests itself.

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