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This is where it is believed for him to have started his writing career, with the motivation of the Lost Generation.

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Decency: polite, moral, and honest behavior and attitudes that show respect for other people.

Hedonism: the belief that pleasure or happiness is the most important goal in life.

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CHARACTERISTICS OF
"THE LOST GENERATION"
Speakeasy
The Youth
Flappers
DEFINITIONS
Speakeasy: a place where alcoholic drinks were sold illegally in the U.S.

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25/02/2018 · Lost Generation: The Lost Generation was a group of young American writers who established their literary reputations in the 1920s.
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Members of "The Lost Generation" became independent and self-sufficient with no need of guidance from elders.
WWI forced this generation to grow up quickly and those who fought, war was all the knew.
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CHARACTERISTICS OF
"THE LOST GENERATION"
With the return of soldier's from war, the government ignored their heroes, causing veterans to become disillusioned of the government.
Skeptical behavior towards all authority was generated, since parents of this generation pushed for the Prohibition of alcohol.
"The Lost Generation" was a time for people to start exploring their set of values as individuals.
They explored values that would be against that of a person's elders, already established.
"The lost Generation" was a rebellion of the past values and views.
It gave rise to "The Roaring 20s" including gangsters, speakeasies, and hedonism.
Defined a sense of moral loss or aimlessness apparent in literary figures during the 20's.

 

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WWI destroyed the idea that by acting virtuously good things can happen.
The self-indulgent spree came to a halt when the stock market crashed in 1929.
Members of "The Lost Generation" were nomadic .
CHARACTER'S OF
"THE LOST GENERATION"
BACKGROUND
After WWI, it was evident that the world would be changed forever.


during the 1920s

Flappers: a young woman in the 1920s who dressed and behaved in a way that was considered very modern

Doughboys: an American infantryman especially in World War I

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Betty Boop
A cartoon version of a Flapper
FAMOUS WRITERS OF
"THE LOST GENERATION"
Gertrude Stein
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"LOST GENERATION" WRITERS
Important time for the literary world.
After the war many writers moved to Europe (Paris), in order to escape mainstream America.
Paris was the capital of bohemian culture and artistic community.
Writers could live in Paris for little money.
Parisian culture was more permissive of literature, confronting established mores and codes of behavior .
"Lost Generation" described a group of writers and artists who were among the brightest American literary talent.

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New literary culture was created, capturing the spirit of the 20's.
The phrase "you are all a lost generation" Gertrude Stein, depicted this generation as characterized by doomed youth, hedonism, uncompromising creativity and wounded both literally and metaphorically because of the experience of war.

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Works Cited The Era of the Lost Generation Ernest Hemingway and the Era of the Lost Generation A period of post WWI feelings, in which the authors and people thought there was no hope for the world.

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The "Lost Generation" portion refers to the entire generation of young adults who lost their life, or who were mentally or physically harmed during the First World War.