Literature after World War II  

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The Aftermath of World War II saw a separation of "Modernism" from "Postmodernism" (1950s literature), it is the floruit of the beat generation and the classical science fiction of Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke and Robert A. Heinlein.

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World War II

1940s literature

Cold War period

1990s

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