Highlights from first cull of Twentieth Century Literature Blogs!

What a totally amazing collection of Blogs from students studying 20th Century Literature at ACU. There is such depth and variety in this swag of great entries. Congratulations to all of you – and to those who didn’t quite make this list. This is just to give you an idea of the riches I have been privilege to over the last  couple of weeks of reading! Champagne!

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Morgan Bailey on Picasso:

https://morganjessie.wordpress.com/2016/09/11/picasso-modernism/

Annabelle Barns-Licha responding to the special event (like Kat and Paul’s Goose roasting) which was her reunion with her brother

https://annabellebarnslicha.wordpress.com/2016/08/27/w5-unwavering-connection/

Melissa Fleck: her awesome blog on Manifestos which we experienced at our NSW Art Gallery visit recently:

https://melissafleck.wordpress.com/2016/09/07/post-4-on-manifestos/

Brendon Johnson’s amazing blog- based on direct experience- on Lucien Freud’s Modernism at the Art Gallery of NSW

https://brendonjohnsonblog.wordpress.com/2016/09/04/ich-bin-kunst-i-am-art/

Tabitha Kottaridis’s wonderful Spring poem inspired by Gerard Manley Hopkins:

https://tkottaridis.wordpress.com/2016/08/20/wk-3-springtime-poem/

Manizah (Maz) Lalee’s wonderful  memory of the sublime world she finds at the top of Level 9 in a carpark:

https://manizhalalee.wordpress.com/2016/09/02/blog-3-2/

Daniel Mangabat’s wonderful discussion of the Modernist elements in Ernest Ludwig Kirchner’s “Three Bathers”

https://ddavid1818.wordpress.com/2016/09/09/literature-journal-blog-4-2/

Natasha Prudnicki’s wonderful yet devastating self-created blog topic on the idea of war as a whole:

https://nprudnicki97.wordpress.com/2016/08/26/war-life-and-the-results/

Serena Saliba’s inspiring and really useful (for Literature students) “Mini-Digital Kit on World War I And World War II:

https://serenasaliba.wordpress.com/2016/09/17/mini-digital-kit-on-world-war-i-and-world-war-ii/

Elearnor Thorley’s wonderfully detailed inspection of Picasso’s nude in a rocking chair:

https://eleanorthorleyaustralianliterature.wordpress.com/2016/09/16/blog-4-20th-century-literature/

Caitlyn Tuckerman’s powerful, hear-rending letter to Wilfred Owen:

https://caitlyntuckerman.wordpress.com/2016/09/03/dear-wilfred-owen/

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