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List of plates
Notes on Contributors
Acknowledgements
Introduction: Locating the Modern
Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker
1.	Geographies of Modernism in a Globalising World 
 Andreas Huyssen
2.	Russia and the Invention of the Modernist Intelligentsia
 Rebecca Beasley
3	ëMad after foreign notionsí: Ezra Pound, Imagism and the Geography of the Orient
 Andrew Thacker
4.	Modernism, Africa, and the Myth of Continents
 Jon Hegglund
5.	Spatial Stories: Joseph Conrad and James Joyce
 Robert Hampson
6.	The Interior: Benjaminian Arcades, Conradian Passages, and the ëimpasseí of Jean 
Rhys
 Chris GoGwilt
7.	 ëA Savage from the Cannibal Islandsí: Jean Rhys and London
 Anna Snaith
8.	Voyages by Teashop: An Urban Geography of Modernism
 Scott McCracken
9.	The Case of Marcel Duchamp: The Artist as Traveller and Geographer
James E. Housefield 
10.	ëA sense, through the eyes, of embracing possessioní: Birdís Eye Views of New
 York City, 1880-1930
 Douglas Tallack
11.	 Memory, Geography, Identity: African Writing and Modernity
 Tim Woods
12.	 Architecture or Revolutioní? Le Corbusier and Wyndham Lewis
 Andrzej Gasiorek 
13. Rem Koolhaas: From Manhattan to the City of Exacerbated Difference
 Hal Foster 
14. ëFlanneryí
 James Donald
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Modernism (Literature) -- English-speaking countries.
American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Art and literature -- History -- 20th century.
Globalization -- History -- 20th century.
English literature -- Russian influences.
Modernism (Art).