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Art and Literature Jean Dubuffet--art brut; more human- like, authentic, expressive of the real humanity of WWII and beyond. Gritty.
Abstract Expressionism Art scene moves to New York, baby! Jackson Pollack splashes paint on the canvas. action painting
Literature Samuel Becketts Theater of the Absurd in Waiting for Godot (1952) Gunter Grass (not Gunther Gnass)-- The Tin Drum and many other books
Existentialism Jean-Paul Sartre (Being and Nothingness and No Exit among many works) Existence precedes essence We make meaning out of our own lives--much angst.
Absurdism Albert Camus (the Stranger) Close to existentialism; we can find meaning in ourselves, maybe. Perhaps theres outside meaning to life, but we cant know it.
Existentialism The abridged version!. The History of Existentialism Chief spokesman: Jean-Paul Sartre, Albert Camus, Simon de Beauvoir All French writers.
Ways to Answer The Big Question Part II: Existentialism
Why to artist create?. George Inness. The Lacawanna Valley 1856 Romanticism.
EXISTENTIALISM FREE WILL CHOICE.
Existentialism 20 th Century Philosophy which grew out of post World War II disillusionment Developed by Jean-Paul Sartre (20 th Century Philosopher)
Introduction to Existentialism
WORLD LITERATURE MAY 2, 2012 Period 1 and 3: Drop off your 10 bullet point notes on Modernism on the stool. No warm-up. Instead, get out a piece of paper.
Tissue Paper Bleed. Born in 1928 in New York City. She is still alive today. She had a lot of money growing up. Got to study in Mexico.
Jean Paul Sartre ( ) Professor of philosophy at Le Havre (1931) studied in Berlin (1932) took part in the Resistance Nobel prize in 1964.
EXISTENTIALISM Jackson Pollack, Untitled (Green-Silver), 1949.
The Theatre of Absurd and
The Theatre of the Absurd and Samuel Beckett ( ) Samuel Beckett.
EXISTENTIALISM A Major Philosophical Movement of the Twentieth Century.
EXISTENTIALISM. What is Existentialism? Def: A philosophical attitude that stresses the individual’s unique position as a self-determining agent responsible.
The Stranger by: Albert Camus. Albert Camus First, it’s pronounced camoo, like Shamoo, but with a “C.” He was born in Algeria when it was under French.
Assign Short Story Technique Analysis Paper Overview of Analysis Background on Albert Camus Existentialism Discuss “The Guest”
Existentialism, Albert Camus, and The Stranger Albert Camus ( ), a French philosopher of the absurd, novelist, and dramatist.
Abstract Expressionism 1945 – 1960’s. ABTRACT EXPRESSIONISM ( ) Nicknamed “action painting” Quick, spontaneous brush strokes, seemingly done at.
Jean-Paul Sartre & Existentialism. Quel Est Existentialisme? In Sartre’s words, “existence precedes essence” Absolute freedom: “We are condemned to be.
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