By Gregory Castle
Read Online or Download A History of the Modernist Novel PDF
Best literary modernism criticism books
During this hugely unique examine, Jeremy Braddock specializes in collective varieties of modernist expression—the artwork assortment, the anthology, and the archive—and their value within the improvement of institutional and creative tradition within the usa. utilizing vast archival examine, Braddock's research synthetically examines the missed practices of significant American paintings creditors and literary editors: Albert Barnes, Alain Locke, Duncan Phillips, Alfred Kreymborg, Amy Lowell, Ezra Pound, Katherine Dreier, and Carl Van Vechten.
Mina Loy is acknowledged this present day as the most cutting edge modernist poets, numbering Gertrude Stein, Marcel Duchamp, Djuna Barnes and T. S. Eliot among her admirers. Drawing on sizeable new archival learn, this ebook demanding situations the prevailing serious fable of Loy as a 'modern lady' via an research of her unpublished autobiographical prose.
On the finish of the Twenties, the Modernist and avant-garde creative programmes of the early Soviet Union have been swept away through the increase of Stalinism and the dictates of Socialist Realism. Did this aesthetic transition additionally represent a conceptual holiday, or have been there unseen continuities among those pursuits?
A brand new viewpoint on Proust, Joyce, Kafka and others from a grasp of literary theoryCultural critic Fredric Jameson, well known for his incisive stories of the passage of modernism to postmodernism, returns to the circulate that dramatically broke with all culture looking for growth for the 1st time because his acclaimed a unique Modernity.
Extra resources for A History of the Modernist Novel
A History of the Modernist Novel by Gregory Castle