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  • ISBN 0521052556
  • ISBN13 978-0521052559
  • Language English
  • Author Ann L. Ardis
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press; Reissue edition (February 11, 2008)
  • Pages 200
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  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory History and Criticism
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Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of radical modernism at the turn of the twentieth century. She depicts the "men of 1914," (as Wyndham Lewis called the coterie of writers centered around Ezra Pound, T.S. Eliot, and James Joyce) as only one among a number of groups intent on redefining the cultural objectives of British literature at the turn of the twentieth century. Simultaneously, Ardis reclaims key examples of non-modernist aesthetic effort associated with British socialism and feminism of the period.

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Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of radical modernism at the turn of the twentieth century

Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of radical modernism at the turn of the twentieth century. She depicts the ''men of 1914,'' (as Wyndham Lewis called the coterie of writers centered around Ezra Pound, . Eliot, and James Joyce) as only one among a number of groups intent on redefining the cultural objectives of British literature at the turn of the twentieth century. Simultaneously, Ardis reclaims key examples of non-modernist aesthetic effort associated with British socialism and feminism of the period.

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Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of radical modernism at the turn of the twentieth century. She depicts the "men of 1914," (as Wyndham Lewis called the coterie of writers centered around Ezra Pound, .

In Modernism and Cultural Conflict, Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of the radical nature of literary modernism

In Modernism and Cultural Conflict, Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of the radical nature of literary modernism. She positions the coterie of writers centred around Pound, Eliot and Joyce as one among a number of groups in Britain intent on redefining the cultural work of literature at the turn of the twentieth century

1880-1922 ANN L. ARDIS. Modernism and Cultural Conflict.

1880-1922 ANN L. Reprinted with the permission of Cambridge University Press. Cambridge university press. Granted, the journal dedicates considerable real estate to the promotion of modernist art and literature. Ardis' conflict is the exclusion of several, mostly female, artists who she feels are generally excluded from the so-called high modernist period which, in her view, focuses on James Joyce, Ezra Pound, and . 0521052556 (ISBN13: 9780521052559).

Автор: Ann L. Ardis Название: Modernism and Cultural Conflict, 1880–1922 Издательство . 1922 also analyzes both the political and intellectual forces that shaped the cultural interactions of that privileged moment.

1922 also analyzes both the political and intellectual forces that shaped the cultural interactions of that privileged moment. Although this volume takes post-World War I Europe as its chief focus, American artists and authors also receive thoughtful consideration.

In Modernism and Cultural Conflict, Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of literary modernism's radicalness

In Modernism and Cultural Conflict, Ann Ardis questions commonly held views of literary modernism's radicalness. She positions the "men of 1914", as Wyndham Lewis's called the coterie of writers centred around Ezra Pound, T. S. Eliot, and James Joyce, as only one among a number of groups intent on redefining the cultural work of literature in Britain at the turn of the twentieth century. Simultaneously, she reclaims key instances of non-modernist aesthetic production associated with British socialism and feminism of the period