The Modern Movement: 1910-1940

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  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements vi
  • General Editor's Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • List of Figures and Tables xiv
  • A Note on References xvi
  • Introduction: Modern Beginnings 1
  • Part I - Elements 15
  • 1: The Modern Literary Market 17
  • 2: Modern Authorship 36
  • 3: Modern English Usage 57
  • Part II - Forms 73
  • 4: Modern Poetry 75
  • 5: Modern Drama 114
  • 6: Modern Short Stories 137
  • 7: The Modern Novel: Principles and Methods 155
  • 8: The Modern Novel as Social Chronicle 170
  • 9: The Modern Psychological Novel 189
  • 10: Modern Romance, Fable, and Historical Fiction 212
  • 11: Modern Satire 234
  • 12: Modern Essays, Biographies, Memoirs, and Travel Books 253
  • 13: Modern Entertainment: Forms of Light Reading 272
  • Part III - Occasions 301
  • 14: England and the English 303
  • 15: The Great War 325
  • 16: Childhood and Youth 349
  • 17: Sex and Sexualities 364
  • Retrospect: Three Decades - Of Modern Realism 391
  • Author Bibliographies 402
  • Suggestions for Further Reading 449
  • Index 459
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