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The Cambridge History of American Literature Volume 6

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Volume 6 of The Cambridge History of American Literature explores the emergence and flowering of modernism in the United States David Minter provides a cultural history of the American novel from the ‘lyric years’ to World War I through post World War I disillusionment to the consolidation of the Left in response to the mire of the Great Depression Rafia Zafar tell.

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S the story of the Harlem Renaissance detailing the artistic accomplishments of such diverse figures as Zora Neal Hurston W E B Du Bois Langston Hughes Nella Larsen and Richard Wright Werner Sollors examines canonical texts as well as popular magazines and hitherto unknown immigrant writing from the period Taken together these narratives cover the entire range of liter.

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Ary prose written in the first half of the twentieth century offering a model of literary history for our times focusing as they do on the intricate interplay between text and context• The fullest account of Modernist American writing available • Written by recognised specialists of Modernist American literature • Examines canonical as well as non canonical writi.

  • Hardcover
  • 640
  • The Cambridge History of American Literature Volume 6
  • Sacvan Bercovitch
  • English
  • 14 July 2017
  • 9780521497312

About the Author: Sacvan Bercovitch

Sacvan Bercovitch was a Canadian literary and cultural critic who spent most of his life teaching and writing in the United States