Around 1970, scholars adopted the term 'modernism' as a designation for the radical changes that took place in Anglo-American literature in the early twentieth century. The concept lent prestige to works and authors associated with it, encouraging the developments of a vast body of criticism while blocking academic recognition of literature to which it did not readily apply. This book challenges the concept of modernism, testing its viability in searching analyses of individual texts, writers and processes.
|Publication date:||13th March 2003|
|Publisher:||Palgrave Macmillan an imprint of Palgrave USA|
|Categories:||Literary theory, Literary studies: from c 1900 -,|
DEREK ATTRIDGE Leverhulme Research Professor in the Department of English and Related Literature, University of York MICHAEL BELL Professor of English at the University of Warwick JEWEL SPEARS BROOKER Professor of English at Eckerd College, St Petersburg, Florida GUNILLA FLORBY Professor of English Literature at the University of Gothenburg ERIK HEDLING Professor of Comparative Literature at Lund University STEFAN HOLANDER Assistant Professor of English at Finnmark University College, Norway CHRISTOPHER INNES Canada Research Chair in Performance and Culture; Distinguished Research Professor at York University, Toronto EDNA LONGLEY Professor of English at Queen's University, Belfast LENNART NYBERG Senior Lecturer in English ...More About Marianne Thormahlen