Chronology of World, British and American Literature
Robert Frost. American. 1923. Poetry. “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.” Stops horse to contemplate beauty of the scene, but then must move on. Frost has said he could have added forty pages of footnotes.
Aldous Huxley. British. 1923. Novel. Antic Hay. Long, futile conversations of
intellectuals; everything seems valueless. Despair. London
Rainer Maria Rilke. German. 1923. Poetry. Duino Elegies. Personal solutions to existential problems and to those posed by the industrial age.
St. Vincent Millay. American. 1923. Poetry. The Harp-Weaver and Other Poems.39 sonnets. “ alone has looked on Beauty Bare.” Euclid
DH Lawrence. British. 1923. Novel. Kangaroo. Vivid account of
. Husband keeps trying to assert his will over his wife, unsuccessfully. Australia