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Modernism and affect

Author: Julie Taylor, Dr.
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, [2015] ©2015
Series: JSTOR EBA.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 12 original essays, this collection aims to present new scholarship in the fields of modernist literature, film, dance, visual art, architecture, and design emerging in the light of theory's 'affective turn'. Essays draw on a diverse range of affective theories to examine such concepts as happiness, melancholy, love, sympathy, cuteness, fear, trauma, and bliss in works by Proust, Ford Madox Ford, James Joyce and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)894625267
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Julie Taylor, Dr.
ISBN: 9780748693269 0748693262 9780748693276 0748693270
OCLC Number: 919188133
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Mind, body, and embarrassment in Henry James's The Awkward Age / John Attridge --
The trauma of form : death drive as affect in A la recherche du temps perdu / Robbie McLaughlan --
Logic of the heart: affective ethical valuing in T.E. Hulme and Max Scheler / Christos Hadjiyiannis --
The line that binds; climbing narratives, ropework and epistolary practice / Abbie Garrington --
The amplication of affect : tension, intensity and form in modern dance / Paul Atkinson and Michelle Duffy --
Love and the art object / Joanne Winning --
Animating cane : race, affect, history and Jean Toomer / Julie Taylor --
Fear and precarious life after political representation in Baudelaire / Richard Cole --
Bloom-space of theory: the pleasure and the bliss of Getty MacDowell / Maria-Daniella Dick --
From Odysseus to Rotpeter : Adorno and Kafka, mimicry and happiness / Doug Haynes --
Making happy, happy-making : the Eameses and communication by design / Justus Nieland.
Series Title: JSTOR EBA.
Responsibility: edited by Julie Taylor.

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Addressing an under researched area of modernist studies, reconsidering modernist attitudes towards feeling in the light of the humanities' turn to affect, this book presents essays by international  Read more...

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