Module 5-5.04 - Complete the Timeline of Early 20th Century...

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Complete the Timeline of Early 20th Century American Literature by adding ONE literary title (short story, novel, or poem) and ONE influential event for that literary title for each of the decades listed. You will also need to explain how the two pieces are connected. You should be able to complete this as you read through the lesson, filling in events on your timeline, however you may also use outside sources if you would like. You should have a total of eight events on your timeline before submitting it to your instructor. Timeline of Early 20th Century American Literature 1900 Will Allen Dromgoole poem “The Bridge Builder” contains many references. There are bridges that have plaques that are credited to that one example can be the Vermont Villas Bridge. 1910 Jules Verne short novel “The Eternal Adam” recounts a progressive
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Unformatted text preview: fall of a group of people. During that time the people were facing economic hard ship so the fall of a group. 1920 Brecht poem “Reminscence of marie A” contains the type of genre common at the time Most people were infatuated with love and the return or a loved one associated a lot after world war one. 1930 Of Mice and Men was written by John Steinbeck contains the life that was going on during that time With the great depression people really had to move around to try and find a living not only to support themselves but others as well. Example: 1905 — O'Henry's short story "The Gift of the Magi" contains many Biblical allusions, or references to the Bible. In the 20th century, a writers' style and tone were often influenced by the King James Bible....
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