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Since Modernistic outlooks on society tended to be realistic, the view of culture was very pessimistic in comparison to the more positive nineteenth-century view (“Modernism and the Modern Novel”). This change insinuated many new values that were once ignored. Experimentation and individualism became respected and desirable, while before these were considered improper (“Modernism”- Literature Periods and Movements). Many writers from this era, called Modernists, were experimenting with their writing by coming up with new ways to explain their thoughts, which made them different from preexisting authors. Dylan Thomas is an example of a Modernist who clearly shows Modernistic characteristics in his work by breaking away from traditional Victorian era proprieties.
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