Virginia Woolf - A Haunted House
Modernist literature is marked by a break with the sequential, developmental, cause-and-effect presentation of the 'reality' of realist fiction, toward a presentation of experience as layered, allusive, discontinuous; the use, to these ends, of fragmentation and juxtaposition, motif, symbol, allusion.
Language is no longer seen as transparent, something if used correctly allows us to 'see through' to reality: rather language is seen as a complex, nuanced site of our construction of the 'real'. Experimentation in form in order to present differently, afresh, the structure, the connection…
- Fantastic ElementsEdgar Allan Poe "The Black Cat", "The Fall of the House of Usher"
- The House of My Dream
- Virginia Woolf - A Haunted House
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