European Literature: Beginnings of Modern Literature Video

Video title: The Beginnings of Modern Literature

Watch this History of World and European Literature video entitled The Beginnings of Modern Literature to study modern European literature from the end of the 19th century to World War 2, an era that witnessed rapid social changes, the accelerating introduction of new technologies, and the tumult of warfare and widespread economic depression.

With this title you will look at the beginnings of modern literature in a time that witnessed rapid social change, the accelerating introduction of new technologies and the tumult of warfare and widespread economic depression.

 

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European Literature: Beginnings of Modern Literature Video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Early Modern Period Literature. Learn about European and World Literature and The Beginnings of Modern Literature. Survey European literature from the Age of Reason to World War 2. Learn why in the past, the vast majority of writers were men.
  • Gain insight to the scientific and philosophic quest for knowledge that dominated the Age of Reason, and the intellectual ideals that advanced individual freedoms.
  • Contrast the Romantic movement, which extolled the expression of the imagination and feelings, with the extreme naturalism characteristic of Emile Zola's works, in which the realities of the world are examined precisely and without idealization.
  • Explain how the theories of Sigmund Freud and Albert Einstein influenced the form and content of literary works.
  • Survey modern European literature from the end of the nineteenth century to World War 2, an era that witnessed rapid social changes, the accelerating introduction of new technologies, and the tumult of warfare and widespread economic depression.
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