The Aesthetic Innovations In A Modernist Context

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William Faulkner, T.S. Eliot and Robert Frost all had an amazing ability to write and were at the forefront as literary authors of modernism which was not a period, but a faction, an attitude that focused on individualism, randomness of life, etc. Their writings were based on a worldly position that included most poets. They contributed intellectually to literature as well as made aesthetic innovations in a modernist context. Their uniqueness as authors set them apart from the average author of their day. Their literary modernism themes were of dishonesty and decay, failure and despair, race affairs, and inescapable revolutionize. These elements were mainly founded on the world ...view middle of the document...

By writing contradictory explanations he attains significant levels of psychosomatic insight. For example, he does this through his stream of consciousness narration technique that he invented when he used each character’s viewpoint to contribute their perspective to the storyline. However, rather he leaves it open, uncontrolled narration, to permit his readers to have participation with his storyline. Faulkner was very unique writer and inventive as to the stream of consciousness narration technique that was mainly used to portray the recurring (some) characters in his collection of works. Also, this was invented to divulge the psyche and expose the psychological state of the characters thus hook the reader deeper in his craft. Also innovative with regarding to his books having an emotional tie being formed by the audience due to the fact that Faulkner had recurring characters. Moreover, it is a similar hook as to the present soap opera viewers whereby they return day-after-day to see how a specific character is doing. Therefore, this is brilliantly innovative on the behalf of Faulkner to have created an emotional connection of his audience to his characters. Also, he writes by way of pathos to create a connection to his audience. Beautiful innovative author he was.

T. S. Eliot known for his usage of a universal religious theme throughout his collection of works, and as a result thereof, presently Eliot is known in the Christian community to be an outstanding writer among other genre types. For instance, T. S. Eliot wrote, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock (1915). This poem is one of his earliest major works that revolve around a character who is tormented mentality, a man named, J. Alfred Prufrock. Through his character he exposed the psyche of Prufrock through his narration technique, shifting from character to character via viewpoints, similar to Faulkner’s, yet not so complex. As like Faulkner, Eliot also uses metaphors, similes and allegories to enhance the meaning of his stories. For instance, he compares himself to a crab, and a crab is one that draw’s back in life, away from people and events as is the hermit crab known for in symbolism and imaginary use when he wrote, “I should have been a pair of ragged claws / Scuttling across the floors of silent seas” as well as meaning a servitude, not being much of a person, merely average, as King David would put it as, “I am a worm” in Psalm 22:6 (The Holy Bible). As to the form used by Eliot it is a stream of consciousness narrative technique way of writing. Nevertheless, again, not as like Faulkner utilized it in The Sound and The Fury that was much more in depth and complex, however, in a way to represent what his character Prufrock was thinking and/or feeling. I believe Eliot used this technique to put out an irregular muse of the narrator as a human being does naturally on a day-to-day basis. What is the best way to hook one’s audience but through a sense of...

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