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Rereading the new : a backward glance at modernism

Author: Kevin J H Dettmar
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, ©1992.
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The literary world has in the past two decades celebrated the centenaries of Joyce, Eliot, and Pound, the three pillars of Anglo-American modernism. Only now, Kevin J. H. Dettmar contends, are we starting to appreciate "what was apparent to the Modernists all along - that the monuments of High Modernism already contained within them the seeds of their own de(con)struction." The contributors to Rereading the New: A  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kevin J H Dettmar
ISBN: 0472102907 9780472102907
OCLC Number: 26306375
Description: xii, 385 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Fending off the object: criticism, postcriticism, and the Joycean/ Eloise Knowlton --
Hysteria, dreams, and modernity: a reading of the origins of psychoanalysis in Freud's early corpus / Susan Stanford Friedman --
T. S. Eliot's new critical footnotes to modernism / Michael Edward Kaufmann --
The invention of postmodernism: a critical fable / Morton P. Levitt --
Modernism and the end of beauty / Calvin Bedient --
The ethics of abstraction / Anthony J. Cascardi --
"Entering the modern composition": Gertrude Stein and the patterns of modernism / Jonathan Levin --
Modernism/mass culture/postmodernism: the case of Gertrude Stein / Ellen E. Berry --
A horse is being beaten: modernism and popular fiction / David Trotter --
Postmodernism in The Waste Land: women, mass culture, and others / Gregory S. Jay --
Conrad's "fault" / Tom Cohen --
"Working in accord with obstacles": a postmodern perspective on Joyce's "mythical method" / Kevin J. H. Dettmar --
Virginia Woolf and postmodernism: returning to the lighthouse / Pamela L. Caughie --
(En)gendering modernism: Virginia Woolf and Djuna Barnes / Suzette A. Henke --
Responsibility: edited by Kevin J.H. Dettmar.
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