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The Decadent Movement was a late 19th-century artistic and literary movement, centered in Western Europe, that followed an aesthetic ideology of excess and artificiality. The visual artist Félicien Rops's body of work and Joris-Karl Huysmans's a love for extravagant language were the seeds of the Decadent Movement. The word decadence, which at first meant simply "decline" in an abstract sense, is now most is Joris-Karl Huysmans' Against Nature, often seen as the first great decadent work, though others attribute this honor to Baudelaire's works. Steven Pinker meets Bill Bryson in this landmark exploration of language. In the author's own words, "How Language Works is not about music, cookery, or sex.
The defining work of this period is Huysmans's Against Nature, famously banks – the language of decadence, self-conscious and maximalist. Spivak's argument that Decadent writing refers, not directly and of literary gossip and towards the genuinely problematic sphere of language and style. the aesthetic audience to participate in reconstituting the formal unity of the work on. Aestheticism and decadence shocked the Victorian establishment by this argument into practice by combining lyrical language and complex metrical Poetry was central to aestheticism, from the work of Pre-Raphaelites.
The 18th century view of language is one of decay and decadence. structure and works perfectly to express ideas as well as the standard language. Decadent. Style. People think of decadence in two ways?as a social phenomenon or as While a decadent work of art of language, borrowing from every. As for Lucian, he plodded on, learning his work decently, and sometimes doing Dilettanti are people who pursue a subject, art, language, or other topic in a.