WRITING WWI and Modernity

WRITING WWI and Modernity - Ecksteins analysis of the...

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ON WORLD WAR I AND EARLY 20 TH CENTURY CULTURE McKay argues that World War I accelerated and deepened a turn-of-the-century cultural trend away from 18 th and 19 th century Western cultural notions and towards less belief in progress, and towards subjectivity, and anxiety. Does
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Unformatted text preview: Ecksteins analysis of the social and cultural response to World War I support, deepen, and enrich the argument presented by Mckay, or is it different from what McKay offers? LENGTH: ABOUT TWO PAGES DUE: THURSDAY, MARCH 10...
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