Moving Through Modernity: Space and Geography in Modernism

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Manchester University Press, May 2, 2003 - Literary Criticism - 245 pages
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Discussion of space and geography has become common in contemporary literary and cultural studies, especially in the fields of postmodernism and postcolonialism. Moving Through Modernity offers the first full-length account of modernism from the perspective of a critical literary geography. In stimulating new readings of E.M. Forster, Imagism, James Joyce, Virginia Woolf, and Jean Rhys, this book demonstrates how space and geography were also central concerns for modernists.
 

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Contents

Theorising space and place in modernism
13
Forsters flux
46
Imagist travels
80
Ulysses joggerfry and the Hibernian metropolis
115
literary geography and
152
The voyages of Jean Rhys
192
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Andrew Thacker is Lecturer in English at the University of Ulster in Jordanstown.

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