anonymous
  • anonymous
Which characteristic of modernist literature shows a Freudian influence? A. working-class settings B. nihilistic characters C. political themes D. stream-of-consciousness narratives
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anonymous
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d) stream-of-consciousness narratives started mostly by James Joyce as a literary devise but the Freudian influence is strongest there. The other answers can use a Freudian interpretation, especially B) Turgenive in Fathers and Sons with his nihilistic foundation is not quite Freudian limited as it is to a nihilistic interpretation,,,,,just say D)

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