Inside Modernism: Relativity Theory, Cubism, Narrative

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Yale University Press, 1999. gada 1. janv. - 185 lappuses
In this book, a professor of literature and a physicist offer a broad, new, interdisciplinary account of Modernism. Thomas Vargish and Delo E. Mook encompass physics, the visual arts and literature in a thought-provoking analysis of the period from the 1880s to World War II. Uncovering common structures and values underlying each of these disparate fields, the authors define Modernism and its historical location between nineteenth-century intellectual conventions that preceded it and the Postmodernism that followed. Bridging boundaries that traditionally divide disciplines, Vargish and Mook create a uniquely coherent and comprehensive view of the aesthetics and intellectual values that characterize the culture of Modernism.
 

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Saturs

Epistemic Trauma
14
From Normative to Contextual
51
From Reality to Observation
76
Field Models and Modernist Abstraction
104
Reflexivity
136
Conclusion
161
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Thomas Vargish is professor of English at the University of Maryland and at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden.

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