Modern Fiction
Takehome midterm exam

answer the following with a well-develpoed and illustrated essay of no less than 7 pages (the last page being the work cited page), typed and SINGLE SPACED.

Critics have noted that as fiction becomes more “modern”, it in many ways rejects romanticism and posits the freedom of the artist in dealing with both form and substance. Using Henry James, Gustave Flaubert, Stephen Crane, James Joyce, Ernest Hemingway, and Franz Kafta, explain how this is true. You also need to quote these authors when appropriate to help establish your arguements. For the author James Joyce, choose from the books “Araby”, “A Painful Case”, “A Little Cloud”, “The Dead”. For Ernest Hemingway, choose from “Indian Camp” “The End of Something”, “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber”. For Kafta, use “The Metamorphosis”.

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