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FTCE ELA 6-12 Stack4

English Modern/Post Modern Period

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The Modern Era 1914-1945
The Modern Era Characteristic Attack on hierarchy; concerned with self reference, stream of consciousness, doubt about existence of knowledge, objective reality, new forms of narratives
Modern era writer T.S. Eliot work The Love song of j. Alfred Prufrock; The Waste land; Ash Wednesday
Modern Era writer Robert Frost The Road not Taken; Stopping by woods on a snowy Evening
Modern Era writer F.Scot Fitzgerald work The Great Gatsby
Modern Era writer Ernest Hemingway work The Sun also Rises; For Whom the Bell Tolls; The Old Man and the Sea
Modern Era writer William Faulkner work As I Lay Dying, The Sound and the Fury, Absalom, Absalom
Modern Era writerJohn Steinbeck works Of Mice nd men; East of Eden; The Red Pony; The Grapes of Wrath
Modern Era writer Zora Neale Hurston (Harlem Renaissance) Their Eyes were Watching God
Modern Era writer George Orwell Animal Farm
Post Modernism Era time span 1950-Present
Post Modernism Era characteristics Absence of tradition and structure
Post Modernism Era writer J.B. Salinger work The Catcher in the Rye
Post Modernism Era writer Arthur Miller work The Crucible
Post Modernism Era writer Ray Bradbury work Fahrenheit 451
Post Modernism Era writer William Golding work The Lord of the Flies
Post Modernism Era Joseph Heller work Catch 22
Post Modernism writer Era Maya Angelou work I know why the Caged Bird Sings
Early 20th century writer W.E.B. Dubois work The Souls of Black Folks
Post Modernism Era writer Toni Morrison work The Bluest Eye
Post Modernism Era writer Sandra Cisneros work The House on Mango Street
Post Modernism Era writer Alice Walker work The Color Purple
Post Modernism Era writer Amy Tan work The Joy Luck Club
Post Modernism Era writer/poet Langston Hughes work (Harlem Renaissance) I, Too, Sing America;, Mother to Son; A Dream Deferred
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