Studies in Literature, Drama, and Film
Chapter 3. The Anti-Romantic Reaction in Modern(ist) Criticism
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THE ANTI-ROMANTIC REACTION IN MODERN(IST) CRITICISM
In the second half of the nineteenth century and after the two major literary movements in European Literature, romanticism and realism, had reached their peak, a new wave of literary trends appeared which were, in the main, opposed to those two great movements.
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