Name Tutor Course Date Ernest Hemingway's work through Realism Modernism and Romanticism Ernest Hemingway was a renowned writer and one of the few who acknowledged the existence of the drastic change in writing styles in the American history. After the great war him along with other writers reacted against the famous style of the 19th century and created a new style. He classified author in regard to their work as belonging to specific literally movements as discussed in this paper. Romantiscm is a campaign in art and literature which took place in the nineteen and eighteen centuries in opposition against the neoclassicm of the earlier centuries. Friedric Schlegel a German poet was the first poet to use the term romantic to describe literature. He defined it as literature portraying emotional matter in an imaginative context. The major characteristic of this type of literature includes: internality and inwardness spontaneity solitary the anthropologic studies of the religion that were in state of comparison. There were new theories that rotated around electromagnetism and quantum physics. They criticised the British imperialism and the concept of there being an empire. They talked about the growing trend of racial superiority and discrimination in Germany the possibility of warfare in an increased scale a global level there was a shifting authority structure in regard to women entering the field of work information about the existence of new technology such as radio and cinema the diminishing of mass democracy and the rise of mass communication and. lastly the end of all the centuries counciousness. This movement brought a new sense of reality. References www.luc.edu nlp.stanford.edu Theory of Literature. Harmondsworth 1973. Print. Curnutt Kirk. Literary Topics: Earnest Hemingway and the Expatriate Modernist Movement. Farmington Hills MI: The Gale Group 2000. Print. Fruscione Joseph. Teaching Hemingway and Modernism. 2015. Print. [...]
from their texts discuss how the characteristics of the Ernest Hemingway's work classifies them and their work as belonging to a specific literary movement (romanticism, realism, modernism, postmodernism, etc.) . 5 pages including works cited page minimum, 2 secondary sources minimum.