Table of contents for Modernism, media, and propaganda : British narrative from 1900 to 1945 / Mark Wollaeger.

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List of Illustrations
Introduction	 Modernism and the Information-Propaganda Matrix
Making Sense of Propaganda: From Orwell and Woolf to Bernays and Ellul	 
Propagating Fictions: Wellington House, Modernism, and the Invention of Modern Propaganda Modernism and the Media of Propaganda: Heart of Darkness and "The
	 Unlighted Coast"
Chapter One	 From Conrad to Hitchcock: Modernism, Film, and the Art of Propaganda 
Manipulation and Mastery: Film, Novel, Advertising 
From Novel to Theater to Film to Hollywood: In Search of an Audience
Killing Steve: Death by Literalization/Death by Cinematography 
Picking up the Pieces: Modernism, Propaganda, and Film 
Chapter Two	 The Woolfs, Picture Postcards, and the Propaganda of Everyday Life
Postcards, Exhibitions, and Empire 
Woolf and the Culture of Exhibition
Education as Propaganda: Bildungsroman, Sex, and Empire 
Scripting the Body: Colonial Postcards and the Journey Upriver 
Leonard's Jungle, Conrad's Trees 
In Virginia's Jungle
Destabilizing the Ethnographic Frame and the Returned Stare
Empire, Race and the Emancipation of Women
From Male Propaganda to Female Modernism
Chapter Three	 Impressionism and Propaganda: Ford's Wellington House Books and The Good
Ford and Wellington House 
Ford's Critical Writings: Propagating the Impression 
Impressing Facts: When Blood Is Their Argument and Between St. Dennis and St. George
Navigating the Pseudo-Environment in The Good Soldier		
Chapter Four	 Joyce and the Limits of Political Propaganda 
Recruitment and the Art of the Poster 
Reading Posters/Reading Ulysses 
Maeve, Bloom, and the Limits of Propaganda
Identification, Cultural Predication, and Narrative Structure 
Carnivalizing Propaganda: Bloom and Stephen in Nighttown 
Reinventing Ireland: Ulysses and the Art of Dislocation 	 
Chapter Five	 From the Thirties to World War II: Negotiating Modernism and Propaganda
in Hitchcock and Welles 
War, Propaganda, and Film: Pairing Hitchcock and Welles 
Orson Welles: Theater, Film, and the Art of Propaganda 
Autonomy and Innovation: From the Studio to the MoI and CIAA	
Citizen Kane and It's All True: Documentary and Propaganda
Bon Voyage, Aventure Malgache, and the Materiality of Communication

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English fiction -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Modernism (Literature) -- Great Britain.
Propaganda -- Great Britain -- History -- 20th century.
Motion pictures in propaganda.