Little Magazines & Modernism: New Approaches
Suzanne Wintsch Churchill, Adam McKible
Ashgate Pub., Jan 1, 2007 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 276 pages
Little magazines made modernism happen. This collection offers a reconsideration of little magazines' integral role in the development of modernism. Essays on avant-garde, literary, political, regional, and African-American little magazines offer diverse approaches: discussions of material practices; analyses of the relationship between little magazines and popular audiences; examinations of correspondences between texts and images; feminist modifications of literary history; and reflections on the emerging field of periodical studies.
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