22 December, 02:55
Which man was considered to be "the leader of Modernism" beginning in the 1920s?
b. F. Scott Fitzgerald
c. T. S. Eliot
d. Henry David Thoreau
22 December, 03:26
The correct answer is c. T. S. Eliot
He and Ezra Pound were famous as the voices of modernism with their numerous subjective and psychological poems filled with symbolism.
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