The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature
Laura Marcus, Peter Nicholls
Cambridge University Press, 2004 - 886 halaman
This new Cambridge History is the first major history of twentieth-centuryEnglish literature to cover the full range of writing in England, Scotland,Wales and Ireland. The volume also explores the impact of writing from theformer colonies on English literature of the period and analyses the waysin which conventional literary genres were shaped and inflected by the newcultural technologies of radio, cinema and television. This newvolume is a major event for anyone concerned with twentieth-centuryliterature, its cultural context and its relation to the contemporary.
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