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    • Many music, artist and literature works were traditional and generally approved.
    • However, work from the avant-garde was also successful
      • Avant garde artists created or supported newest ideas.
        • In music, literature, art, drama and architecture.
    • Literary avant garde can be traced through naturalism, symbolism, and expressionism.
    • The emergence of successive new movements, such as realism, impressionism and expressionism made art even more avant garde.
    • High culture was also considered as Weimar Culture
    • By 1914, Berlin had a vigorous cafe culture, abundant theatres, journals and publishers.
    • Anti-establishment culture was also supported especially in Munich
      • Home to a large community of writers and artists.


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