This book sheds light on a conscious group of artists known as Modernists in literature and Cubists in painting, who lent their pens and souls to a common effort of getting their universal race out of the lethargy imposed by the standards of modernity. T. S. Eliot and Georges Braque conspire in the weaving of a tapestry of artistic fragments, which emerge unexpectedly in the barren ground of The Waste Land and the broken surface of Guitar and Glass, as cornerstones of revolutionary ideology.
    Publication DateApril 9, 2017
    Primary CategoryPoetry/General

    The Modernist Hyacinth

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