Twentieth-Century Culture: Modernism to Deconstruction

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I. The Nineteenth-Century Foundations of Twentieth-Century Culture
Walter Houghton, The Victorian Frame of Mind
Samuel Hynes, The Edwardian Turn of Mind
Gerhard Masur, Prophets of Yesterday
Helen Lynd, England in the Eighteen-Eighties
Charles Dellheim, The Face of the Past
Roger Shattuck, The Banquet Years
Henry Sussman, The Hegelian Aftermath
Carl Schorske, Fin-de-Siecle Vienna
Stephen Kern, The Culture of Time and Space
James Kloppenberg, Uncertain Victory
Robert Goldwater, Symbolism
Ronald Hayman, Nietzsche
Frederick Karl, Joseph Conrad
Leon Edel, Henry James
Margaret Drabble, Arnold Bennett
Ann Thwaite, Edmund Gosse
Michael Millgate, Thomas Hardy
Jackson Lears, No Place of Grace
Richard Shiff, Cézanne and the End of Impressionism
Barbara White, Renoir
Wayne Anderson, Gaugin's Paradise Lost
Peter Stansky, Redesigning the World
Robert Macleod, Charles Rennie Mackintosh
Hans Hofstaetter, Art Nouveau
Olof Lagercrantz, Strindberg
Martin Meyer, Strindberg
Michael Meyer, Ibsen
Jerrold Siegel, Bohemian Paris
Eugene Weber, France: Fin de Siecle
Michael Mitterauer and Reinhard Sieder, The European Family

II. Modernism
Robert Wohl, The Generation of 1914
Michael Levenson, A Genealogy of Modernism

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