3 edition of Literature and cultural criticism of the 1950s found in the catalog.
Literature and cultural criticism of the 1950s
Susan Mary Brook
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-190) and index
|LC Classifications||PR888.M45 B76 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 197 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||197|
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This study charts the origins of the exclusion in the s focusing on the fifties cultural criticism associated with the New Left; the writing of the so-called 'Angry Young Man' (as in Lucky Jim and Look Back in Anger); and the much overlooked category of women's writing of the period and writing of the time was shaped by : Palgrave Macmillan UK.
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The two core aims of this volume are to chart the changing complexion of American culture in the years following World War II and to provide readers with a critical investigation of 'the s'.
The book provides an intellectual context for approaching s American culture and considers the historical impact of the decade on recent social and. During the s, many cultural commentators argued that a sense of uniformity pervaded American society. Conformity, they asserted, was numbingly common.
Though men and women had been forced into new employment patterns during World War II, once the war was over, traditional roles were reaffirmed. Men expected to be the breadwinners in each family; women, even when they worked. Empowerment 's Literature By Robin Moussa and Allie Naill Religion The 's was a very religious time for the United States.
Between the years of andchurch attendance went from 49% of the nation to 69% of the nation. Several of the novels published in the 's. Historical Fiction s Books Showing of 67 The Swans of Fifth Avenue (Hardcover) by.
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“Levels of Meaning in Literature.” The Kenyon Review (): – E-mail Citation». THE POLITICS OF THE LIBERAL IMAGINATION: THE LITERARY SYNTHESIS OF THE s – LECTURE – MALCOLM BRADBURY. The topic I want to consider in this lecture is the way there grew up, among a significant and influential group of intellectuals, writers and literary critics on both sides of the Atlantic, in the period just after World War 2, a new version of liberalism.
The Movement. Anger as a force in s literature had its origins in a group known as the Movement. Deeply English in outlook, the Movement was a gathering of poets including Philip Larkin, Kingsley Amis, Elizabeth Jennings, Thom Gunn, John Wain, D J Enright and Robert Conquest.
The s saw the emergence of literary lights including J.D. Salinger and Jack Kerouac, authors whose books questioned the status quo and the midcentury preoccupation with conformity.
The decade’s best books were mired in the dark realities of recent history, and looked forward to. Literary Theory and Criticism English Literature, Literary Theory and Criticism, Linguistics, Film Theory, Ebooks, UGC NET JRF Preparation, Novel Analysis, Scholarly Articles Nasrullah Mambrol Culture and Society, Author(s): Raymond Williams.
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This Library of America volume, with its companion devoted to the s and 40s, presents a rich vein of modern American writing, works now being recognized for the powerful literary qualities and their unique, sometimes subversive role in shaping modern American language and culture.
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