Encyclopedia of Literary Modernism

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Acknowledgments

My first and main debt of gratitude must be to all the contributors to this volume for their enthusiasm for the project and for their superb professionalism and scholarship in carrying out their commissions—also, for their kind patience in the face of various delays to publication, and for their friendly support and cooperation over the several years it has taken to bring the project to completion. I would like to thank George Butler for commissioning and encouraging the project in the first place; Anne Thompson and the other support staff at Greenwood for their administrative and editorial work on the book; and the team at Impressions for keeping the final production process on such a tight leash. I am grateful to my sister, Alina, for help with the entry on Poland; and, as always, to my wife, Angie, for her unstinting support throughout.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • A 1
  • B 15
  • C 36
  • D 67
  • E 87
  • F 102
  • G 157
  • H 169
  • I 191
  • J 206
  • K 221
  • L 223
  • M 246
  • N 275
  • O 282
  • P 293
  • R 342
  • S 369
  • T 417
  • U 434
  • V 439
  • W 442
  • Y 471
  • Selected Bibliography 477
  • Index 481
  • List of Contributors 511
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