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known for prose over poetry
Thomas Hardy
the mayor of casterbridge (most famous novel)
Thomas Hardy
"Ah, Are you digging on my grave?"
Thomas Hardy
In Time Of "The Breaking Of Nations"
Thomas Hardy
"To an Athlete Dying Young"
A.E. Housman
Spiritus Mundi- Collective Memory (Latin for "soul of the world"
William Butler Yeats
Wrote of THe horror of the Irish fight for independence
William Butler Yeats
"Sailing to Byzantium"
William Butler Yeats
"The Second Coming"
William Butler Yeats
"Mary Postgate"
Rudyard Kipling
"The door in the wall"
H.G. Wells
"Pygmalion"
George Bernard Shaw
"Hollow Men"
T.S. Eliot
"Journey of the Magi"
T.S. Eliot
Spiritual, Physical or mental awakening- single incedent
Araby
"Araby"
James Joyce
focus on imagery not ideas
T.S. Eliot
"Ulysses"
James Joyce
"Finnigan's Wake"
James Joyce
used "stream of consciousness" and "interior monologue"
Virginia Woolf
"Mrs. Dalloway"
Virginia Woolf
non-chronilogical narrative - normal; narrative structure doesn't reflect human experience
Virginia Woolf
sex < conflict of the intellect
D.H. Lawrence
"Tickets, Please"
D.H. Lawrence
"Do not go gentle into that good good night"
Dylan Thomas
new poet who honors the makers of Brit. Lit.
Dylan Thomas