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date: 19 February 2020

Literary impressionistslocked

(act. c. 1895–c. 1925)
  • Max Saunders

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Literary impressionists (act.c. 1895–c. 1925), were a group of novelist friends—Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, and Stephen Crane, all resident in either east Sussex or west Kent—who worked to introduce continental techniques in the art of fiction into English writing. Though they did not constitute a formal society they met frequently (as a trio after ...

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