By Rosemary Sumner
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The query 'What is modernism?' has provoked severe serious dialogue. A path to Modernism explores this sector; it specializes in the unusual and hazardous trip taken through Hardy, Lawrence and Woolf in the direction of unknown areas of the brain and the universe. In a dialogue of those novelists, either separately and with regards to each other, an intensive reconsideration of modernism is constructed. Woolf envisaged her contemporaries 'flashing earlier on one other railway line'. A path to Modernism indicates the hypothetical educate of Hardy, Lawrence and Woolf now not following an current song yet tunnelling underneath surfaces, following routes that are 'spasmodic, fragmentary', occasionally commencing like a rocket into the cosmos. Their fragmented, modernist works deny us 'the convenience of ...a unmarried which means, both in artistic endeavors or within the world'. This ebook bargains new techniques to modernism, whereas insisting on books being left 'open - no end come to'.
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It was probably inevitable that in 1882 Hardy should suggest in the Preface that 'the smaller might be the greater'. The displacement of the human from the centre of things was still unfamiliar and disturbing. It was too soon for Hardy to do more than hint at something like Lawrence's 'world empty of people' or Woolf's 'unregistered' blue of the sky, receding beyond human conception. com - licensed to Universitetsbiblioteket i Tromso - PalgraveConnect - 2011-03-17 'Two on a Tower' 33 3 Surrealism has been defused, made harmless.
But the Bishop has fulfilled his function and disappeared from the novel. Viviette has made use of him, but not, in Hardy's view, in an immoral way. There are later indications of his views on the subject in Jude's attitude to 'the beggarly question of parentage. . ' 34 and in Hardy's unpublished letter of 1906 to the Fawcett Society, in which he suggests that the father of a woman's child is nobody's business but her own. The last sentence of Two on a Tower is one final example of an idiotic sexual convention; it diminishes instead of enhancing our response to the infinitesimal lives against the stupendous background.
But then (and this is my weakness) tolerance keeps breaking in and I excuse the creatures instead of blighting them. 92 By 1939 there is less tolerance and more blighting, but not with the ruthless vehemence of Birkin in Women in Love. G. Wells's Outline of History has just 'raised himself from his semi-crouching position and raised great stones'. No such positive development is offered by the blank page of Between the Acts after 'They spoke'. Instead, confronted by that nothingness, the reader may feel exposed to something indefinable and beyond consciousness.
A Route to Modernism: Hardy, Lawrence, Woolf by Rosemary Sumner