The oxford handbook of modernisms situates literary modernisms and the modernist arts in a series of unfolding relations with mass society and popular culture in both national and transnational settings containing fifty six specially commissioned essays it updates and extends the scope and depth of previous synoptic guides bringing together new approaches to the more obvious themes of . What should modernist studies do to adapt to the growing globalization of the field this article reviews the new paradigms for studying world literature and the debates about comparativity that are most relevant to modernist studies suggesting some different comparative strategies for reading modernism on a planetary scale to attain a fully planetary reach however modernist studies must . Show summary details preview this article examines literary modernisms neglect of social and political criticism one possible reason for this relative neglect is the fact that modernist works of social and political criticism have assumed varied and peculiar shapes. Show summary details preview looking at african literature this article focuses on the fierce dispute that erupted between chinweizu onwuchekwa jemie and ihechukwu madubuike on the one hand and wole soyinka on the other in the mid 1970s and which took the form of an argument about the thrust tendency and significance of modern african poetics. The oxford handbook of modernisms edited by peter brooker andrzej gasiorek deborah longworth and andrew thacker oxford handbooks fifty six in depth chapters presenting the latest treatment by leading scholars in the field on an unprecedented range of topics within modernist studies
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