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Why were prominent American writers of the 1920s called the “lost generation”? They lost books stored in Europe during the war. They lost their ability to write creatively during the war. They survived the war, but were physically wounded. They had trouble adjusting to life in the postwar era.

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Daniel King on February 11, 2019

The correct answer here is the last optionThe Lost Generation was a term first used by Gertrude Stain, and later popularized by Ernest Hemingway in regards to the writers who had trouble adjusting to the world after all the horrors he witnessed in World War I. the abandonment of the traditional values of the time and wanted to find their own. One of the prominent writers of the Lost Generation was Ernest Hemingway.

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