Modernism and Theory: A Critical Debate by Stephen Ross
Modernism and theory boldly suggest what role theory should play in new modernist studies, if any. This collection of new essays is divided into three sections, each with a clear…
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Modernism and theory boldly suggest what role theory should play in new modernist studies, if any. This collection of new essays is divided into three sections, each with a clear introduction, illustrating the ongoing discussions on the nature of modernist culture.
This group examines aesthetic and methodological links between modernist and theoretical literature. It addresses questions about the importance of theory to our understanding of modernity and modernity as a literary class.
Modern and theoretical intersections are considered in ethics, ecocriticism and avant-garde. At the end of Frederick Jameson's book, the book benefits from an innovative form of dialogue that offers a direct and attractive experience of current debate in modernist studies.
Contributors include: Charles F. Altieri, C.D.
Blanton, Ian Buchanan, Pamela Koji, Milba Cody Keane, Thomas S. David Allen, Aniline Maschelin, Scott McCracken, Andrew John Miller, Stephen Ross, Roger Rothman, Morag Shiach, Susan Stanford Friedman, Allan Stoekl, Hilary Thompson and Glenn Willmott..
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