The coach was a kind of commodious wagonette, invented by the modernist
talent of the courier, who dominated the expedition with his scientific activity and breezy wit.
Contributors in English, literature, and philosophy offer essays on manifestations of modernism and modernist
literature in 21st-century popular culture.
His choice fell on a modernist
spherical single storey building by Jumeirah beach that had been constructed only recently.
com)-- North Carolina Modernist
Houses (NCMH) announces the blue-ribbon jury for the 2017 George Matsumoto Prize for North Carolina Modernist
Fashioning a foundational book within contemporary modernist
studies is a rare occurrence, especially when the text relates to a well-known concept such as modernist
impersonality--yet Christina Walter has fashioned just such a text.
The Cambridge Companion to Modernist
Barnhisel's chapter headings provide an overview of the vast scope of his research: "'Advancing American Art': Modernist
Painting and Public-Private Partnerships" (about the controversial overseas State Department exhibit held in the late 1940s that was terminated by the USG in large part because its non-representational displays offended some U.
Tolkien himself is not usually thought of as a modernist
, although such scholars as Jane Chance, Brian Rosebury, and Michael T.
Consciousness in Modernist
Fiction: A Stylistic Study.
Enacting the move from modernist
autonomy and subjectivity to the postmodernist emphasis on literary artifice, the short story becomes an apt tool for the reassessment of modernism, postmodernism and their interrelationship, as Modernism, Postmodernism, and the Short Story in English, edited by Jorge Sacido, demonstrates.
Levi argues that the antisemitic interpretation of modernist
form should be regarded as integral to the history of European modernism.
Leave it to an historian to write the most formalist account of the modernist
novel available in the critical marketplace today.