A. desire for racial integration and equality after World War II
B. promotion of mainstream values after the devastation of the Dust Bowl
C. need to express the African American cultural heritage and voice
D. sense of loss and isolation in a changing US society after World War I
E. belief that art should be expressed in abstract and not always rational terms
The description that best details a common theme of the Lost Generation writers in the sense of loss and isolation in a changing US society after World War 1. The paper discusses the challenges faced by the two generations despite the differences in time.
C. Need to express the African American Cultural heritage and voice.
The generational changes that have taken place over the years have resulted in the dormancy in the African American and Cultural heritage voice expressions.
A common theme of the Lost Generation Writers is the need to express the African American cultural heritage and voice. The Lost Generation emerged during World War 1, where the writers addressed the wandering, directionless and disoriented spirit of the war survivors. They aired out the opinions, views, and cultural heritage of the African-American people.
Which three elements of gothic literature clearly mirror the situation of women in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries?
Select the correct answer. How does the structure of Tim O'Brien's story "Ambush" relate to its title?