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A companion to modernist literature and culture

Author: David Bradshaw; Kevin J H Dettmar
Publisher: Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2005.
Series: Blackwell companions to literature and culture, 39.
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A Companion to Modernist Literature and Culture is an essential resource for students and teachers of modernism. The volume brings together entries on elements of modernist culture, contemporary  Read more...


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All Authors / Contributors: David Bradshaw; Kevin J H Dettmar
ISBN: 9780631204350 0631204350
OCLC Number: 156764353
Description: pages cm.
Contents: Notes on Contributors. Introduction: Kevin J. H. Dettmar (Pomona College, California). Part I: ORIGINS, BEGINNINGS, AND THE NEW . 1. Philosophy: Jean-Michel Rabate (University of Pennsylvania). 2. Religion: Pericles Lewis (Yale University). 3. Politics: Tyrus Miller (University of California, Santa Cruz). 4. The Physical Sciences: Michael H. Whitworth (Merton College, Oxford). 5. The Biological Sciences: Angelique Richardson (Exeter University). 6. Technology: Sara Danius (Uppsala University). 7. Psychology: Perry Meisel (New York University). 8. Anthropology: Patricia Rae (Queen's University, Ontario). 9. Obscenity and Censorship: David Bradshaw (Worcester College, Oxford). 10. Language: R. M. Berry (Florida State University). 11. Geography: Nico Israel (Hunter College). 12. Publishing: Mark S. Morrison (Penn State University). 13. Sex & Sexuality: Liesl Olson (University of Chicago). Part II: MOVEMENTS. 14. Literary Symbolism : Marshall C. Olds (University of Nebraska). 15. Dada: Robert Short (University of East Anglia). 16. Futurism: Tyrus Miller (University of California, Santa Cruz). 17. Vorticism: Alan Munton (University of Plymouth). 18. Imagism: Patrick McGuinness (St. Anne's College, Oxford). 19. Surrealism: Mary Ann Caws (City University of New York). 20. Expressionism: Richard Murphy (University of Sussex). 21. Literary Impressionism: Max Saunders (King's College, London). Part III: MODERNIST GENRES AND MODERN MEDIA . 22. The Novel: Jesse Matz (Kenyon College). 23. Poetry: Adam Parkes (University of Georgia). 24. Drama: Steve Watt (Indiana University). 25. Visual Arts: Richard Weston (Cardiff University). 26. Film: Laura Marcus (Edinburgh University). 27. Music: Bernie Gendron (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee). 28. Dance: Susan Jones (St. Hilda's College, Oxford). 29. Architecture: Lee Morrissey (Clemson University). 30. Photography: Maggie Humm (University of East London). Part IV: READINGS . 31. W. H. Auden, Look, Stranger!: Stephen Matthews (Oxford Brookes University). 32. Djuna Barnes, Nightwood: Rebecca Loncraine (writer and journalist). 33. Samuel Beckett, Murphy: H. Porter Abbott (University of California, Santa Barbara). 34. Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness: Brian W. Shaffer (Rhodes College). 35. T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land: David Chinitz (Loyola University, Chicago). 36. William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury: Karl F. Zender (University of California, Davis). 37. F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby: Ruth Prigozy (Hofstra University). 38. Ford Madox Ford, The Good Soldier: Sara Haslam (Open University). 39. The Poetry of H. D.: Diana Collecott (Durham University). 40. Langston Hughes, Fine Clothes to the Jew: Edward Brunner (Southern Illinois University). 41. Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God: Cheryl A. Wall (Rutgers University). 42. James Joyce, Ulysses: Michael Patrick Gillespie (Marquette University). 43. D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love: Joyce Wexler (Loyola University, Chicago). 44. Wyndham Lewis, Tarr: Andrzej Gasiorek (University of Birmingham). 45. Mina Loy, Lunar Baedecker: Michael Thurston (Smith College). 46. Marianne Moore, Observations: Catherine Paul (Clemson University). 47. Ezra Pound, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley: Michael Coyle (Colgate University). 48. Dorothy Richardson, Pilgrimage: Laura Marcus (University of Sussex). 49. Gertrude Stein, Three Lives: Jaime Hovey (University of Illinois, Chicago). 50. Wallace Stevens, Harmonium: Jonathan Levin (Purchase College, State University of New York). 51. Nathanael West, Miss Lonelyhearts: Jay Martin (Claremont McKenna College). 52. William Carlos Williams, Paterson: Daniel Morris (Purdue University). 53. Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse: Pamela L. Caughie (Loyola University, Chicago). 54. Richard Wright, Native Son: Bill V. Mullen (Purdue University). 55. W. B. Yeats, The Tower: Edward Larrissy (Queen's University, Belfast). 56. Modernist Critical Prose: Gary S. Wihl (Rice University). Part V: OTHER MODERNISMS. 57. Modernism and Race: Martha Jane Nadell (Brooklyn College, The City University of New York). 58. Modernism and Gender: Bonnie Kime Scott (San Diego State University). 59. Modernism Queered: Laura Doan (University of Manchester) and Jane Garrity (University of Colorado, Boulder). 60. Postcolonial Modernism: Bart Moore-Gilbert (Goldsmiths College). 61. Global Modernisms: Melba Cuddy-Keane (University of Toronto). 62. Postmodernism: Bran Nichol (Portsmouth University). Epilogue: Back to the Future: Marjorie Perloff (Stanford University). Index
Series Title: Blackwell companions to literature and culture, 39.
Responsibility: edited by David Bradshaw and Kevin J.H. Dettmar.
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