Table of contents for A companion to modernist literature and culture / edited by David Bradshaw and Kevin J.H. Dettmar.

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Notes on Contributors
Introduction: 1848¿1945 defining the period, range and thematics of this book (Baudelaire to Benjamin): Kevin J. H. Dettmar
1 Philosophy: The individual autonomous subject from Kant; Nietzsche, Bergson, Worringer: Jean-Michel Rabaté
2 Religion: The Darwinian moment and the Death of God: Pericles Lewis
3 Politics and the Masses: 1848, revolution, Nation, empire, communism, democracy, Marx etc, Fascism, war: Tyrus Miller
4 Physical Sciences: Relativity, Quantum Mechanics, Epistemology: Michael Whitworth
5 Biological Sciences: Genetics, eugenics, degeneration, etc.: Angelique Richardson
6 Technology: Communication, transportation, manufacturing, warfare: Sara Danius
7 Psychology: Freud etc, sexuality: Perry Meisel
8 Anthropology: Frazer, primitivism, ethnology, race: Patricia Rae
9 Law: Censorship, obscenity, copyright & piracy: David Bradshaw
10 Language: Saussure, Wittgenstein: R. M. Berry
11 Geography: Fin de siècle triangulation between Europe, America, Britain; and other points of the compass: Nico Israel
12 Publishing/Circulation: Mark Morrison
13 Sex & Sexuality (as distinct from psychology), including the birth of modern feminism: Liesl Olson
14 Symbolism : Marshall Olds
15 Dada: Robert Short
16 Futurism (Italian & Russian): Tyrus Miller
17 Vorticism: Alan Munton
18 Imagism: Patrick McGuinness
19 Surrealism: Mary Ann Caws
20 Expressionism: Richard Murphy
21 Literary Impressionism: Max Saunders
22 Novel: Jesse Matz
23 Poetry: Adam Parkes
24 Drama: Steve Watt
25 Visual Arts: Richard Weston
26 Film: Laura Marcus
27 Music (classical, opera, folk, jazz, blues): Bernie Gendron
28 Dance: Susan Jones
29 Architecture: Lee Morrissey
30 Photography: Maggie Humm
31 W. H. Auden, Look, Stranger: Stephen Matthews
32 Djuna Barnes, Nightwood: Rebecca Loncraine
33 Samuel Beckett, Murphy: Porter Abbott
34 Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness: Brian Schaffer
35 T. S. Eliot, The Waste Land.: David Chinitz
36 William Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury: Karl Zender
37 F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby: Ruth Prigozy
38 Ford Madox Ford, The Good Soldier: Sara Haslam
39 H. D., Collected Poems: Diana Collecott
40 Langston Hughes, Fine Clothes to the Jew: Edward Brunner
41 Zora N. Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God: Cheryl Wall
42 James Joyce, Ulysses & Finnegans Wake: Michael Patrick Gillespie
43 D. H. Lawrence, Women in Love: Joyce Wexler
44 W. Lewis, Tarr: Andrzej Gasiorek
45 Mina Loy, Lunar Baedecker: Michael Thurston
46 Marianne Moore, Observations: Catherine Paul
47 Ezra Pound, Hugh Selwyn Mauberley: Michael Coyle
48 Dorothy Richardson, Pilgrimmage: Laura Marcus
49 Gertrude Stein, Three Lives: Jaime Hovey
50 Wallace Stevens, Harmonium: Jonathan Levin
51 Nathanael West, Miss Lonelyhearts: Jay Martin
52 William Carlos Williams, Paterson: Daniel Morris
53 Virginia Woolf, To the Lighthouse: Pamela Caughie
54 R. Wright, Native Son: Bill Mullen
55 W. B. Yeats, The Tower: Ed Larrisy
56 Modernist Non-Fiction Prose: Gary Wihl
57 Modernism and Race: Martha Nadell
58 Modernism and Gender: Bonnie Kime Scott
59 Modernism Queered: Laura DOAN and Jane Garrity
60 Postcolonial Modernism: Bart Moore-Gilbert
61 Global Modernisms: Melba Cuddy-Keane
62 Postmodernism: Bran Nichol
Epilogue: Back to the Future: Marjorie Perloff

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Modernism (Literature) -- English-speaking countries -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.