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    Claude L. Hulet
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    0878400346
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    Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: Georgetown University Press, 1974 (1974)
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Book by Hulet, Claude L.

1500-1880: Renaissance, baroque, neoclassicism, romanticism. 1880-1920: Naturalism, m, symbolism. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

Hulet, Claude L. Brazilian Literature 2: 1880-1920, Naturalism, m, Symbolism. ISBN 13: 9780878400348

Hulet, Claude L. ISBN 13: 9780878400348.

Brazilian Literature 2. 1880-1920 Naturalism m Symbolism Published 1974 b. . 1880-1920 Naturalism m Symbolism Published 1974 by Georgetown University Press.

Brazilian Literature book. Brazilian Literature 2: 1880-1920 Naturalism m Symbolism. 0878400346 (ISBN13: 9780878400348).

Naturalism is a literary movement beginning in the late nineteenth century, similar to literary realism in its rejection of Romanticism, but distinct in its embrace of determinism, detachment, scientific objectivism.

The movement largely traces to the theories of French author Émile Zola.

Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism The objective of realism was sometimes stated to be the im-mediate, direct and unalloyed representation of people's speech.

Realism, Naturalism, and Symbolism. Modes of Thought and Expression in Europe, 1848-1914. Penguin Books, Lt. Harmondsworth, Sussex, England, for L. W. Tancock's translation of Zola's Germinal and for David Magarshack's translation of Dostoevsky's The Devils. Oxford University Press, London, for Robert Baldick's translation of The Goncourt Journal. for. L. Navrozov's translation of Alexander Herzen's From the Other Shore. The objective of realism was sometimes stated to be the im-mediate, direct and unalloyed representation of people's speech.

Realism was by no means a uniform or coherent movement; a tendency .

Realism was by no means a uniform or coherent movement; a tendency toward realism arose in many parts of Europe and in America, beginning in the 1840s

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