Postwar Emerging Issues in Literature Paper

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Postwar Emerging Issues in Literature Paper
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Postwar Emerging Issues in Literature Paper

The postwar era was initially a placid one in which life, at least on the surface, seemed placid. By the end of the 1950s and into the 1960s, several undercurrents that were stirring in the previous decade began emerging into the mainstream discussions of America. These included race issues, the questioning of government, and emerging feminism.

Authors/Reading: Allen Ginsberg/”America” (and) Gwendolyn Brooks/”Lovers of the Poor”

Analyze how these authors incorporate social issues in their writing in a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper. Use specific examples from “America” and “Lovers of the Poor” to support your opinion. Cite all sources (Include a References page).

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