Committed Styles

Committed Styles

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This book offers a new understanding of the politicized literature of the 1930s and its relationship to modernism. It explores the tensions between formal experimentation and political vision that lie at the heart of the politicised literature of the 1930s. Intervening in debates about the politics of modernism and the politics of writing more generally, the study reclaims a central body of literary and critical works for modernist studies. Building on substantialnew archival research, it offers innovative in-depth readings of literary and critical works by T.S. Eliot, I.A. Richards, William Empson, David Gascoyne, Charles Madge, Humphrey Jennings, EdwardUpward, and other key writers of the 1930s.51 Nikolai Bukharina#39;s essay was similarly reluctant to let go of the idea of the individual artist. ... and from a#39;a piece of observation by a Mass-Observera#39;, and it alleges that the third textual sample dialectically weds poetic pseudo-statement andanbsp;...

Title:Committed Styles
Author: Benjamin Kohlmann
Publisher:Oxford University Press, USA - 2014

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