Only in a time when the pressure of the world amounts to angst and the fight for freedom can a world advance in it's literary achievements. A writer, just like an artist, builds his creations from the mood and settings of the surrounding atmosphere. In the first half of the twentieth century, the atmosphere was filled with resources to stimulate literary creativity, such as the second World War and the Great Depression (Roache 102: 14). The social genre of the time gave way to the broad appeal to American life and the focus of freedom leading to original stories and historical themes (Folsom 3: 953). Of course, the past would remain a constant influence. Some common topics were the Civil War and the settlement of western U.S. frontier life (Magill 1: 174). Stephen Vincent Benet...
Excerpt from file: Onlyinatimewhenthepressureoftheworldamountstoangstandthe fightforfreedomcanaworldadvanceinit'sliteraryachievements.Awriter, justlikeanartist,buildshiscreationsfromthemoodandsettingsofthe surroundingatmosphere.Inthefirsthalfofthetwentiethcentury,the
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