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The Public Face of Modernism : Little Magazines, Audiences and Reception, 1905-1920 - Mark Morrisson

The Public Face of Modernism

Little Magazines, Audiences and Reception, 1905-1920

Paperback Published: 30th May 2017
ISBN: 9780299169244
Number Of Pages: 296

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Between the 1890s and the 1920s, mass consumer culture and modernism grew up together, by most accounts as mutual antagonists. Morrisson demonstrates, however, that the vast new influence of advertising and publishing on consumers also had a profound effect on modernist authors and artists in Britain and America, who actually displayed optimism about the power of mass-market technologies and strategies to transform culture and restore a public function to art. Reading works by Joyce, Shaw, Wyndham Lewis, F. M. Ford, T. S. Eliot, and others, Morrisson shows that these contexts affected the techniques and concerns of literature itself.

Illustrationsp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xi
Introduction: Mass Market Publicity--Modernism's Crisis and Opportunityp. 3
The Myth of the Whole and Ford's English Review: Edwardian Monthlies, the Mercure de France, and Early British Modernismp. 17
Performing the Pure Voice: Poetry and Drama, Elocution, Verse Recitation, and Modernist Poetry in Prewar Londonp. 54
Marketing British Modernism: The Freewoman, the Egoist, and Counterpublic Spheresp. 84
Youth in Public: The Little Review and Commercial Culture in Chicagop. 133
Pluralism and Counterpublic Spheres: Race, Radicalism, and the Massesp. 167
Epiloguep. 203
Notesp. 211
Works Citedp. 251
Indexp. 269
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ISBN: 9780299169244
ISBN-10: 0299169243
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 296
Published: 30th May 2017
Publisher: UNIV OF WISCONSIN PR
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.24  x 1.58
Weight (kg): 0.4

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