Modernism : An Anthology of Sources and Documents
Modernism is the movement which attempts to redefine the relationship between art and life, seeking to establish a mode of thought to account for new and radical practices in both realms. This anthology is a guide to the Modernist movement in literature and it aims to provide students, researchers and teachers of Modernism with a comprehensive documentary resource. Covering a wide range of intellectual concerns of the period 1850-1940 in Britain, Europe and America the anthology draws on contemporary essays, reviews, articles and manifestos of the political and aesthetic avant-garde. The material selected comprises a concrete expression of the culture of modernity, providing insights into the origins, contexts and various manifestations of the Modernist movement.
- Hardback | 576 pages
- 172 x 244 x 25mm | 1,418g
- 01 May 1998
- EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Table of contents
The emergence of the Modern; the avant-garde; Modernists on the Modern.
You're in for a splendid education! A most stimulating selection of texts ... (A) truly stylish anthology -- for the connoisseur and tyro Modernist alike. -- R Mutt You're in for a splendid education! A most stimulating selection of texts ... (A) truly stylish anthology -- for the connoisseur and tyro Modernist alike.
About Jane A. Goldman
Jane A. Goldman is Reader in English Literature at the University of Glasgow. She is a General Editor of the Cambridge University Press Edition of the Writings of Virginia Woolf, author of The Feminist Aesthetics of Virginia Woolf: Modernism, Post-Impressionism and the Politics of the Visual (Cambridge University Press, 1998) and co-editor of Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents (Edinburgh University Press, 1998) . Her recent publications include Modernism, 1910-1945: Image to Apocalypse (Palgrave, 2004) and The Cambridge Introduction to Virginia Woolf (Cambridge UP, 2006). Olga Taxidou is Reader in English Literature and Drama at the University of Edinburgh. She is author of The Mask: A Periodical Performance by Edward Gordon Craig (Routledge, 1998) and of Tragedy, Modernity and Mourning (Edinburgh University Press, 2004) and co-editor of Modernism: An Anthology of Sources and Documents (Edinburgh University Press, 1998) and of Post-War Cinema and Modernism: A Film Reader (Edinburgh University Press, 2000).