Modernism in Literature

Modernism is a literary movement that arose in the 20th century to challenge the rigid structures of the English-speaking world and to reimagine literature through new forms of expression.

The movement is characterized by a strong emphasis on text, style, and form over content and structure, while still honoring and honoring the legacy of the past.

This article considers modernist writers and their influence in the field of literature, including their influence on modernist texts.

A brief overview of the movement is provided.