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Literary Movement

Literary Movement


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"Literary Movement" in Open Directory Categories (1-5 of 5)
Arts: Literature: World Literature: American   (3 matches)

Arts: Literature: Journals  
Arts: Literature: Authors: K: Klein, Naomi: No Logo  
Arts: Art History: Periods and Movements: Surrealism  
Arts: Art History: Periods and Movements: Futurism  

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Literary Movements in American Literature
Contains brief essays on movements and important concepts in American literature. Each page also contains links to a bibliography of secondary sources for further reading and links to outside sites.
www.gonzaga.edu/faculty/campbell/enl311/litfram.html   Arts: Literature: World Literature: American  

Studies in American Jewish Literature
Scholarly journal focusing on historic and contemporary Jewish literary movements in the United States and Canada.
www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/journalinfo/18.html   Arts: Literature: Journals  

Voice Literary Supplement: No Logo
Danielle Truscott's review: "may itself be one of the anticorporate movements best hopes yet."
www.villagevoice.com/vls/165/truscott.shtml   Arts: Literature: Authors: K: Klein, Naomi: No Logo  

Biddington's: Surrealism.
A concise description of the 20th century visual arts and literary movement Surrealism at Biddington's Pedigree & Provenance.
biddingtons.com/content/pedigreesurreal.html   Arts: Art History: Periods and Movements: Surrealism  

Italian Futurism
"Italian Futurism was initially a literary movement created by Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in 1909 with the manifesto Le Futurisme. The intentions of this manifesto was a wake-up call to Marinetti's countrymen to make them aware that they had been 'wearing second-hand clothes for too long.' "
cotati.sjsu.edu/spoetry/folder6/ng63.html   Arts: Art History: Periods and Movements: Futurism  

Exact Change
Publishes literary classics of surrealism, dada, fluxus, pataphysics, and other experimental art movements of the 19th and 20th century.
www.exactchange.com   Arts: Literature: Periods and Movements: Surrealism  

The Pittsburgh Quarterly
Online version of the small press literary magazine that grew out of the community writing workshop movement. Available on the web and as a pdf file.
tpqonline.org/   Arts: Literature: Poetry: Magazines and E-zines  

Private Presses of New Mexico
Two centuries of literary history in New Mexico's private press movement. Features online exhibits, gallery guide, and educational materials.
www.privatepress.org/   Arts: Crafts: Book Arts: Organizations  

Defining Transcendentalism
A definition of Transcendentalism, an important philosophical, religious, and literary movement of the early 19th century in the US. Transcendentalists include Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and others.
www.transcendentalists.com/terminology.html   Society: Philosophy: History of Philosophy: 19th Century: American Transcendentalism  

Wikipedia - William Morris
Includes a brief biography, business career and and list of literary works by the English artist, writer, and one of the principal founders of the British Arts and Crafts movement.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Morris   Kids and Teens: People and Society: Biography: Illustrators: Morris, William  

Arthur Miller Centre for American Studies
An initiative designed to promote major new research projects and to facilitate the movement of people between Britain and America. Also: The Arthur Miller Centre International Literary Festival & Arthur Miller Centre Prize.
www.uea.ac.uk/eas/centres/miller/miller.intro.shtml   Arts: Literature: Drama: 20th Century: Miller, Arthur  

The Art and Ideas of Wyndham Lewis
An outline of the significance of the artist and writer, Wyndham Lewis, the leading figure of the artistic and literary movement known as Vorticism.
www.fluxeuropa.com/wyndhamlewis-art_and_ideas.htm   Arts: Literature: Authors: L: Lewis, Wyndham  

Theatre Rusticle
Toronto, Canada. Devoted to the creation of original theatre. Sourced in dramatic, literary, and poetic traditions, the focus is on integrating and deepening the relationship between text and movement.
www.theatrerusticle.org   Arts: Performing Arts: Theatre: Physical Theatre: Companies  

Humanism
The name given to the intellectual, literary, and scientific movement of the fourteenth to the sixteenth centuries, which aimed at basing every branch of learning on the literature and culture of classical antiquity.
www.newadvent.org/cathen/07538b.htm   Society: Religion and Spirituality: Christianity: Denominations: Catholicism: Reference: Catholic Encyclopedia: H  

Gabrielle Lansner & Company, Dance/Theater
Gabrielle Lansner & Company is a NYC based dance/theater company. The works, inspired by literary sources, are physical, visual and non-linear collages of words and movement. The Company creates emotionally intimate and resonant work, inviting an audience to connect to and deepen their own emotional life.
www.gabriellelansner.com   Arts: Performing Arts: Dance: Modern: Companies: North America: United States: New York  

Theatre Rusticle
Creates original theatre sourced in dramatic, literary, and poetic traditions, and focussed on integrating and deepening the relationship between text and movement.
www.theatrerusticle.org/   Regional: North America: Canada: Ontario: Localities: T: Toronto: Arts and Entertainment: Theatre  

The Creative Americans: Portraits by Carl Van Vechten, 1932 - 1964
Collection contains 1,400 Portraits of literary figures, artists, and celebrities, many of them figures from the movement.
memory.loc.gov/ammem/vvhtml/vvhome.html   Arts: Literature: World Literature: American: 20th Century: Harlem Renaissance  

The Harlem Renaissance
A brief overview of the literary movement, with a list of major book sources and hints on using other resources (many online)
available through some university and other libraries.
www.usc.edu/isd/archives/ethnicstudies/harlem.html   Arts: Literature: World Literature: American: 20th Century: Harlem Renaissance  

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