1、mod- + -ern + -ism.
2、from Latin modo "just now, in a (certain) manner,".
3、from modo (adv.) "to the measure,".
4、ablative of modus "manner, measure".
- modernism (n.)
- 1737, "deviation from the ancient and classical manner" [Johnson, who calls it "a word invented by Swift"], from modern + -ism. From 1830 as "modern ways and styles." Used in theology since 1901. As a movement in the arts (away from classical or traditional modes), from 1929.
- 1. He was forcing the State to enthrone a particular brand of modernism.
- 2. Modernism was the characteristic expression of the experience of modernity.
- 3. Held straddles Modernism and Post - Modernism.
- 4. Modernism became a conscious program and strategy more than a century ago.
- 5. As an outstanding representative of modernism, James Joyce has drawn wide attention.
- 作为现代主义文学的杰出代表, 詹姆士.乔伊斯一直受到人们的广泛关注.
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