A History of the Modernist Novel by Gregory Castle

By Gregory Castle

A background of the Modernist Novel reassesses the modernist canon and produces a wealth of latest comparative analyses that significantly revise the novel's background. Drawing on American, English, Irish, Russian, French and German traditions, major students problem current attitudes approximately realism and modernism and draw new realization to daily life and daily items. as well as its exploration of recent kinds equivalent to the modernist style novel and experimental ancient novel, this publication considers the unconventional in postcolonial, transnational and cosmopolitan contexts. A historical past of the Modernist Novel additionally considers the novel's international succeed in whereas suggesting that the epoch of modernism isn't but finished.

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