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Nietzsche's Philosophy
This paper examines Nietzsche's impact on literary modernism.
# 100010 | 2,152 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Dec 10, 2007 in Philosophy (Religion) , History (General) , Literature (General)

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The paper discusses Friedrich Nietzsche and the founding of modernism. The paper describes the various aspects of this genre, as well as Nietzsche's philosophy. The paper explains his ideas that control over life no longer came from outside humanity but human beings had control over their own inner workings. The paper explores Nietzsche's belief that "God is dead", which was perhaps one of the most world-defining statements made in recent history.

Nietzsche and His Philosophy
Blending the Two

From the Paper:

"Literary modernism is a movement that occurred roughly between 1890 and 1939, although these parameters are somewhat flexible. Modernism was a multi-faceted approach to literature, focusing not just on setting and symbolism, but also on language, time, perspective, characters' internal reality and ambiguous endings, as well as other characteristics. With the changes that modernism brought to literature, writers were able to more fully explore the characters that populated the stories, rather than focus on the meanings behind the stories themselves."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Childs, Peter. Modernism (The New Critical Idiom). NY: Routledge, 2000.
  • Sheehan, Paul. Modernism, Narrative, and Humanism. NY: Cambridge University Press, 2002.

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