By Keith Williams,Steven Matthews
The textual content reconsiders many of the major writers of the interval within the gentle of contemporary theoretical advancements, via essays at the ambivalent assimilation of Modernist affects, between proletarian and canonical novelists together with James Barke and George Orwell, and between poets together with Auden, MacNeice, Swingler and Bunting, and within the paintings of feminist writers Vera Brittain and Winifred Holtby. during this big remapping, the complexity and scope of literary-critical debate on the time is mentioned in terms of theatrical innovation, viewers attitudes to the mass medium of modernity - cinema - the poetics of suburbia, consumerism and nationwide ideology, in addition to the discursive concepts of British and American documentarism.
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Rewriting the Thirties: Modernism and After (Longman Studies In Twentieth Century Literature) by Keith Williams,Steven Matthews