define modernism as a literary movement

define modernism as a literary movement

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  1. Modernism as a literary movement became popular in the early 20th century with writers such as James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Modernist literature was a reaction against the Victorian ideas of realism, and instead experimented with traditional prose, poetic techniques, and literary structure.

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