Literary Modernism

Masculine Style: The American West and Literary Modernism (Global Masculinities) [Repost]

Masculine Style: The American West and Literary Modernism (Global Masculinities) by Daniel Worden
Palgrave Macmillan; 1 edition | October 11, 2011 | English | ISBN: 0230120318 | 208 pages | PDF | 2 MB

In Masculine Style: The American West and Literary Modernism, Daniel Worden argues for the importance of “cowboy masculinity,” as dramatized in late nineteenth-century dime novels, to the writings of Willa Cather, Ernest Hemingway, Nat Love, Theodore Roosevelt, John Steinbeck, and Owen Wister.
Literary Modernism and Beyond: The Extended Vision and the Realms of the Text

Richard Lehan - Literary Modernism and Beyond: The Extended Vision and the Realms of the Text
Published: 2012-01-09 | ISBN: 0807143677, 0807133884 | PDF | 343 pages | 3 MB
Literary Modernism: The Struggle for Modern History (The Great Courses 292) (Audiobook) (Repost)

Literary Modernism: The Struggle for Modern History (The Great Courses 292) (Audiobook) By Professor Jeffrey Perl
1991 | 6 hours and 23 mins | ISBN: 1598031600 | MP3 64 kbps | 184 MB
Literary Modernism: The Struggle for Modern History (Audiobook)

Literary Modernism: The Struggle for Modern History (Audiobook) By Professor Jeffrey Perl
Publisher: The Tea chi ng Comp any 2004 | 6 hours and 23 mins | ISBN: 1598031600 | MP3 | 184 MB
The Geometry of Modernism: The Vorticist Idiom in Lewis, Pound, H.D., and Yeats (Repost)

The Geometry of Modernism: The Vorticist Idiom in Lewis, Pound, H.D., and Yeats (Literary Modernism Series) by Miranda B. Hickman
English | 2006 | ISBN: 0292709439 | 358 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Addressing both the literature and the visual arts of Anglo-American modernism, The Geometry of Modernism recovers a crucial development of modernism's early years that until now has received little sustained critical attention
Ashes Taken for Fire: Aesthetic Modernism and the Critique of Identity

Ashes Taken for Fire: Aesthetic Modernism and the Critique of Identity by Kevin M. Bell
Univ Of Minnesota Press; 1 edition | January 10, 2007 | English | ISBN: 0816649006 | 240 pages | PDF | 1017 KB

For years critics have held that literary modernism was both apolitical and solipsistic. While the former charge began to give way with the recession of New Criticism, the latter has grown in strength as a lead-in to the claim that postmodernism is apolitical and solipsistic. Against this backdrop, Kevin Bell surveys fiction by Conrad, Woolf, Faulkner, West, Ellison, and Himes to show that modernism is a sharply philosophical archive.
Kierkegaard and the Quest for Unambiguous Life: Between Romanticism and Modernism: Selected Essays

Kierkegaard and the Quest for Unambiguous Life: Between Romanticism and Modernism: Selected Essays by George Pattison
English | 2013 | ISBN: 0199698678 | 254 pages | PDF | 1 MB

This book looks at Kierkegaard with a fresh perspective shaped by the history of ideas, framed by the terms romanticism and modernism. 'Modernism' here refers to the kind of intellectual and literary modernism associated with Georg Brandes, and such later nineteenth and early twentieth century figures as J. P. Jacobsen, Nietzsche, Dostoevsky, Ibsen (all often associated with Kierkegaard in early secondary literature), and the young Georg Lukacs.

Modernism and the Ordinary  

Posted by yousufhunk at Feb. 18, 2011
Modernism and the Ordinary

Modernism and the Ordinary
Oxford University Press, USA | April 16, 2009 | ISBN-10: 0195368126 | 216 pages | PDF | 1.96 MB

Traditionally literary modernism has been seen as a movement marked by transcendent epiphanies, episodes of estrangement, and a privileging of the extraordinary. Yet modernist writings often take great pains

Modernism and World War II  

Posted by robin-bobin at Jan. 29, 2009
Modernism and World War II

Marina MacKay "Modernism and World War II"
Publisher: Cambridge University Press 2007 | 200 Pages | ISBN: 0521872227 | PDF | 1.2 MB

The Second World War marked the beginning of the end of literary modernism in Britain. However, this late period of modernism and its response to the War have not yet received the scholarly attention they deserve…

Modernism, Ireland and the Erotics of Memory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Nov. 30, 2016
Modernism, Ireland and the Erotics of Memory

Modernism, Ireland and the Erotics of Memory by Nicholas Andrew Miller
English | Oct. 7, 2002 | ISBN: 0521815835 | 240 Pages | PDF | 1 MB

Nicholas Miller re-examines memory and its role in modern Irish culture. Asserting that a continuous renegotiation of memory is characteristic of Irish modernist writing, he investigates a series of case-studies in modern Irish historical imagination. He reassesses Ireland's self-construction through external or "foreign" discourses such as the cinema, and proposes new readings of Yeats and Joyce as "counter-memorialists." This original study attracts scholars of Modernism, Irish studies, film and literary theory.