What's the difference between
the frustration of neoclassicism and the failure of neoclassicism?

Thanks in advance


It's all in the difference between frustration and failure of course.

frustration: an annoyed or impatient feeling that you get when you are prevented from doing what you want
failure: a lack of success in doing something

The exact significance of these terms depends on what else is being said about neoclassicism in the text.