Ideological Implications of Language in Modernist Literature

William Blake’s “Little Black Boy,” Christina Rossetti’s “Goblin Market,” James Joyce’s “The Dead” and Sarah Kane’s Blasted each demonstrate how a writer’s use of language can give us intimate access to the time period that in turn informs the writer’s choices. Emerging out of a period where writers were creating anti-slavery literature, Blake’s “Little Black … Read moreIdeological Implications of Language in Modernist Literature