Table of contents for Modernism and the ideology of history / Louise Blakeney Williams.


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Introduction
1. 'Immaterial pleasure houses'
the initial aesthetic dilemma
2. 'A more dream-heavy hour': medievalist and progressive beginnings
3. 'Pedantry and hysteria'
contemporary political problems
4. 'A certain discipline': radical conservative solutions
5. 'A particularly lively wheel'
cyclic views emerge
6. 'Our own image': the example of Asian and non-Western cultures
7. In 'the grip of the ... vortex': the proof of Post-Impressionist art
8. The 'cycle dance'
cyclic history arrives
9. 'The nightmare' and beyond: World War I and mature cyclic theories
Conclusion.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English literature 20th century History and criticism, History in literature, Literature and history Great Britain History 20th century, Literature and history United States History 20th century, American poetry 20th century History and criticism, Modernism (Literature) Great Britain, Modernism (Literature) United States