Franklin

A history of 1930s British literature / edited by Benjamin Kohlmann and Matthew Taunton.

Publication:
Cambridge ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Format/Description:
Book
xiv, 461 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Subjects:
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Literature and society -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
English literature.
Literature and society.
Great Britain.
Form/Genre:
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
History.
Summary:
"The 1930s are again en vogue. Over the past fifteen years political commentators have repeatedly invoked the decade as a resonant backdrop to current historical events ranging from the financial crash of 2008 and the surge of populist political movements to the apparent crisis of democratic institutions in Europe and elsewhere"-- Provided by publisher.
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Introduction: The Long 1930s Benjamin Kohlmann and Matthew Taunton; Part I. Mapping a New Decade: Geographies and Identities: 1. Beyond Englishness: The Regional and Rural Novel in the 1930s Kristin Bluemel; 2. Uncanny Cities: Urban Geographies and Metropolitan Life in the 1930s Emma Zimmerman; 3. The Making of the Working Class: Proletarian Writing in the 1930s Nick Hubble; 4. Professional Women Writers Kristin Ewins; 5. Queer Communist Formations: Coterie, Counterpublic, Cell Glyn Salton-Cox; Part II. Media Histories and the Institutions of Literature: 6. Circulating Literature: Libraries, Bookshops, and Book Clubs Andrew Thacker; 7. Literature and Education in the Long 1930s Matthew Taunton; 8. International PEN: Writers, Free Expression, Organisations Rachel Potter; 9. The New Reading Public: Modernism, Popular Literature, and the Paperbacks Vike Martina Plock; 10. Debatable Ground: Journalism, Pamphlets, and Social Critique Peter Marks; 11. 'Hypocrite Auditeur, Mon Semblable, Mon Frere': Literature and the Border of the Radio Public Ian Whittington; 12. Talking Films Laura Marcus; 13. Telemediations James Purdon; Part III. Commitment and Autonomy: 14. Ambiguity Run Riot: Film-Mindedness in the 1930s Avant Garde Rod Mengham; 15. 'A Vein of Insularity': British Music in the Long 1930s Louise Wiggins; 16. Representing Fascism in 1930s Literature Tyrus Miller; 17. The Documentary Impulse Leo Mellor; 18. Religion, Modernism and Anglo-Agnostics: (Un) belief and Fiction in the 1930s Suzanne Hobson; 19. The Colonial State and Transnational Welfare during the 1930s Depression Janice Ho; 20. The Scientific Imagination and the Politics of Objectivity Boris Jardine; Part IV. The Global 1930s: Conflict and Change: 21. Anglo-Soviet Literary Relations in the Long 1930s John Connor; 22. A Declining Empire in a Rising Power: British Writers in America Greg Barnhisel; 23. Late Modernism and the Spanish Civil War Patricia Rae; 24. Total War Marina MacKay; 25. Colonial Intellectuals and the Aesthetic Cold War Peter Kalliney; 26. Imperial Fictions: Writing the End of Empire Laura Winkiel.
Notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contributor:
Kohlmann, Benjamin, 1981- editor.
Taunton, Matthew, editor.
ISBN:
9781108474535
1108474535
OCLC:
1055458995
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