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ancient

Born from 1755–64, the last Enlighten­ment-era generation.

Wordsworth

The authenticity-mongering first Romantic generation.

hoffmann

Productively conflicted, passionately skeptical.

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Meet the anti­authoritarian Original Prometheans.

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Visionaries and sages, crackpots and zealots!

Meet the dystopian, self-directed, anti-neoliberal Autotelics.

Dark, skeptical, ironic, yet romantic Retro­gressivists.

The generation born 1824-33 is the first post-Romantic one.

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The 1834-1843 cohort paved the way for Modernism.

What can we say about the generation born from 1993-2002? Nothing.

aaron.swartz

Meet the Social Darwikians (1983-92), and rejoice.

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The precocious, ferocious cohort born from 1974-82.

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Were you born between 1964-73? You’re NOT a Gen Xer!

Many alienated, analytical, funny social/cultural critics were born in cusp years.

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A lost generation born from 1954-63.

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Born between 1944 and 1953: the Blank Generation.

Angela Davis

They were anything but silent.

Philip K. Dick in Gary Panter's ROZZ TOX MANIFESTO T-shirt

Those born from 1924-33 are nearly impervious to Middlebrow’s discourse.

The New Gods are stronger, faster, and smarter than other generations.

partisan

“My starting point is always a feeling of partisan­ship, a sense of injustice.”

The 1894-1903 cohort are bitterly resigned to unfreedom.

Hugo Ball at the Cabaret Voltaire, 1917

The 1884-93 cohort sought to make it new, to begin again.

einstein

The 1874-83 cohort travel far and wide in search of new visions.

jarry-ubu

The 1864-73 cohort is a lost generation of absurdists and experimenters.