The Little Magazine Others and the Renovation of Modern American Poetry
This study challenges the equation of modernist formalism with solitary aesthetic absorption, demonstrating that the modernist drive to renovate poetic form was part of a cultural movement to re-form the boundaries of selfhood, gender and sexuality.
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