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Modernist Poetry does not exalt the beauty of nature. Modernist Poetry is characterized by:

1. Modern(better call it Modernist) poetry is more predominantly intellectual/cerebral in its appeal, rather than emotive; Eliot and Pound would be the examples;

2. It is chiefly imagistic and involves symbolism, often private in nature; you can think of Eliot and Yeats;

3. It is often full of allusions of sorts, and inter-textual references; again Eliot is a great master;

4. It is impersonal, anti-romantic, innovative in attitudes and approaches to life; opposed to the Romanticist poetics of spontaneity and imagination;

5. It is often lexically, semantically and grammatically challenging for the uninitiated readership;

6. It rejects traditional versification and metrics to opt for free-verses and various experimental forms.

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Modernist Poetry does not exalt the beauty of nature. Modernist Poetry is characterized by:

1. Modern(better call it Modernist) poetry is more predominantly intellectual/cerebral in its appeal, rather than emotive; Eliot and Pound would be the examples;

2. It is chiefly imagistic and involves symbolism, often private in nature; you can think of Eliot and Yeats;

3. It is often full of allusions of sorts, and inter-textual references; again Eliot is a great master;

4. It is impersonal, anti-romantic, innovative in attitudes and approaches to life; opposed to the Romanticist poetics of spontaneity and imagination;

5. It is often lexically, semantically and grammatically challenging for the uninitiated readership;

6. It rejects traditional versification and metrics to opt for free-verses and various experimental forms.

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Does Modernist poetry exalts the beauty of nature
Weegy: absolutely includes nature. [ Modernist poetry refers to poetry written between 1890 and 1950 in the tradition of modernist literature in the English language, but the dates of the term depend upon a number of factors, including the nation of origin, the particular school in question, and the biases of the critic setting the dates. Modernism developed out of a tradition of lyrical expression, emphasising the personal imagination, culture, emotions and memories of the poet. For the modernists, it was essential to move away from the merely personal towards an intellectual statement that poetry could make about the world. ] (More)
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