The Space and Place of Modernism

The Space and Place of Modernism

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This book examines reactions to the Russian Revolution by four little magazines of the teens and twenties (The Liberator, The Messenger, The Little Review, and The Dial) in order to analyze some of the ways modernist writers negotiate the competing demands of aesthetics, political commitment and race. Re-examining interconnections among such superficially disparate phenomena as the Harlem Renaissance, Greenwich Village bohemianism, modernism and Leftist politics, this book rightly emphasizes the vitality of little magazines and argues for their necessary place in the study of modernism.of revolutionary prose, it is a good thing to turn back to its poetic period, to remind ourselves of the glory of that dawn, and to try our ... Della#39;s essay embodies some of the questions that plagued many of his contemporaries: How does one construct a stable model of history ... war resisters are just one instance of a larger psychological profile: a€œAnarchistic and non-resistant traits are, per se, contradictory, butanbsp;...

Title:The Space and Place of Modernism
Author:Adam McKible
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-01-11


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