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18th century abstract Absurd aesthetic Alfred Jarry anarchy anti-hero appear Arnold artists attempt attitude avant-garde become behaviour belief C. S. Lewis Camus Christopher Booker civilisation classical concept confronting contemporary writers cultivated culture despair dominant drama egalitarian Eliot emotional example existence existentialism Ezra Pound fact feel Harvard aesthetes human iconoclasm ideal ignorance instinctive intellectual Jane Austen Jarry Jimmy Porter John Osborne literary ln other words ltalics majority man's manifestation mankind mass mind modern literature moral nature neo-classicism norm novel observed passion Pere Ubu philosophical play poet political possible primordial affirmative problem Professor question Raskol Raskolnikov Raskolnikovian rational reaction realise reason recognise regard rejection religion restraint revolution romantic romanticism Sartre sense Shakespeare significance Situational Ethics social society spiritual statement suicide T. S. Eliot theory things thought tion traditional trend Trousered Apes true universe violence and animalism virtue Western whole wrote youth