Modernism vs. Anti-Modernism at the Intersection of Queen Street East and Pape Avenue

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Modernism vs. Anti-Modernism at the Intersection of Queen Street East and Pape Avenue
The following paper looks at a Toronto intersection called Queen Street East and
Pape
Avenue and answers the question of whether or not the aforementioned intersection qualifies as being a modernist/anti-modernist site within the larger community of Toronto. The paper will briefly offer some history of the location and shall, along the way, elaborate upon such themes as modernism, anti-modernism, modernity, post-modernism, contradiction, The Enlightenment, modernization, and deindustrialization – and how all of them relate to tiny section of real estate selected above. At the end of the day, the intersection of Queen Street East and
Pape
Avenue is a...
The end:
......” New Criterion, 22.4(2003): 4-16.
“Mapping the post-modern.” Pp.32-44 (additional information not provided).
“modernism in the streets.” Pp.164-171 (additional information not provided).
“Modernity and modernism.” Pp.11-26 (additional information not provided).
“Notes, part 1.” Pp.1-8 (additional information not available).
“Notes, part 2.” Pp.1-4 (additional information not available).
“Notes, part 4.” Pp.1-13 (additional information not available).
“Introduction: modernity – yesterday, today, and tomorrow.” Pp.15-31 (additional information not provided).
“Toronto – Maps (Woodbine Avenue and
Danforth
Avenue).” 6 Dec. 2010 http://maps.google.ca/maps?rlz=1T4ADBR_enCA296CA300&q=toronto&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&hl=en&tab=wl