Beginning with the startling twentieth century developments in physics and the Freudian revolution,this volume of The Humanistic Tradition addresses 100 years of precipitous change. The exciting conclusion to the six-volume series,Book 6 can also be used as a literary or cultural supplement to courses on the art or the history of the period from 1900 to 2000.
Table of ContentsBOOK 6: THE GLOBAL VILLAGE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
Part I: The Triumph of Modernism
Chapter 32: The Modernist Assault
The New Physics / Early Twentieth-Century Poetry / 6.1 From Pound: Personae / 6.2 Frost: "The Road Not Taken" / Early Twentieth-Century Art / The Birth of Motion Pictures / Early Twentieth-Century Architecture / Early Twentieth-Century Music / The Beginnings of Modern Dance
Chapter 33: The Freudian Revolution
Freud and the Psyche / 6.3 From Freud: Civilization and Its Discontents / The New Psychology and Literature / 6.4 From Proust: Swann: Way / 6.5 From Kafka: "The Metamorphosis" / 6.6 cummings: [she being Brand] / The New Psychology and the Visual Arts / The New Psychology and Music
Chapter 34: Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Arts