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Modernism and World War II Hardcover – 18 Jan 2007


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In this full-length study of modernism and World War II, Marina MacKay offers historical readings of Woolf, West, Eliot, Green and Waugh against the background of national struggle and transformation. MacKay establishes the significance of this persistently neglected phase of modern literature as a watershed moment in twentieth-century literary history.

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Marina MacKay is Assistant Professor of English at Washington University in St. Louis.

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