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The Modernism Handbook (Literature and Culture Handbooks) Paperback – 4 Jun 2009
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"This is the best guide to the Scylla and Charybdis of Modernism; the quickest and easiest way of navigating the cultural historical currents, and the surest means of edging along the critical and theoretical reefs that so many other textbooks have foundered on."
- Dr Rod Mengham, University of Cambridge, UK
"The books in this series of Literature and Culture Handbooks are aimed primarily at undergraduate students which aim of acting as both a guide and a reference text reflecting the advances in academic studies." The Use of English, Spring 2010
The book uses a number of aids- from boxes highlighting important concepts or authors, to neat summaries of chapters, to a detailed glossary of terms and concepts, to an excellent annotated bibliography- to help students coming to modernism for the first time gain a foothold in what is an incredibly large field of study. It is an excellent introduction to what is a nebulous and ungainly topic.--Sanford Lakoff
About the Author
Philip Tew is Professor of English (Post-1900 Literature) at Brunel University, UK, Director of Brunel's Centre for Contemporary Writing and Director of the UK Network for Modern Fiction Studies. Alex Murray is Lecturer in Twentieth-Century Literature at the University of Exeter. He is also founding editor, with Matt Sharpe and Jon Roffe of Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy.