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American Lit- Isms

Here are some questions about the 'isms'. Imagism, Moderism, etc.

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Imagism movement led by Ezra Pound and Amy Lowell
Modernism sought to capture the essence of modern life in both form and content
Naturalism movement that tends to view people as hapless victims of immutable natural laws
Realism its writers wrote truthfully and objectively about ordinary characters in ordinary situations
Regionalism specific geographical areas
Imagism consists of poems
Imagism uses free verse and ordinary language
Modernism was experimental
Imagism movement that believed one great image could provoke strong emotions
Realism "real-life"
Realism rejected Romanticism
Created by: 4minutesofpapaya