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The article delves into the profound exploration of death and loss in various artistic works of the 20th century. The 20th century witnessed significant shifts in societal norms, technological advancements, and global conflicts, which greatly influenced the artistic expressions of the time. Artists across different mediums, including literature, visual arts, and film, grappled with the themes of mortality, grief, and the human experience of loss.
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