Defining What it Meant to be "Lost" in the Lost Generation

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An Exploration of Self Exile

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Defining What it Meant to be “Lost” in the Lost Generation::

Defining What it Meant to be “Lost” in the Lost Generation: By Allie Calderon 4/18/2013 An Exploration of Self Exile

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James Joyce

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“…a silly and undesirable citizen…” President Theodore Roosevelt

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“…a distortion of himself into a likeness of popularity of success…”

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Picasso, Mogliano , and Salmon

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The Fitzgeralds

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“It’s not what France gave you, but what it did not take away” - Gertrude Stein

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A Jazz Band

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The City of Lights

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T.S. Eliot

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“I like Paris because I find something here…which I seem to have lost in my own country” -Gertrude Stein

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The Fitzgeralds

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Sara Murphy

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“…perhaps each saw in the other what they kept so carefully hidden from others: the soul of an outsider concealed behind the façade of urbanity…” Hemingway and Fitzgerald

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Alice B. Tolkas

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Tolkas and Stein

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Fitzgerald

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Ezra Pound “he has no...group to which he can turn for inspiration, whose criticism he can accept and whose praise will be precious to him” - Sinclair Lewis

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Sylvia Beach and James Joyce

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Henry James

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Sylvia Beach

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F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald

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