This materialist study of the short storyas development in three diverse magazines reveals how, at the dawn of modernism, commercial pressures prompted modernist formal innovation in popular magazines, whilst anti-commercial opacity paradoxically formed the basis of an effective marketing strategy that appealed to elitism. Integrating methods of cultural studies with formal analyses, this study builds upon recent work challenging Andreas Huyssenas provocative formation, the qgreat divideq of modernism.(aAnswers to Correspondents, a TitBits [1 April 1899]: 15) Notwithstanding its date, this response to what aThree Castlesa wrote ... Over five years after Arthur Conan Doyle had tried to kill offhis immortal detective in the Strand for Christmas 1893, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Economy of the Short Story in British Periodicals of the 1890s|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2007-01-23|