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Utopian Spaces of Modernism : Literature and Culture, 1885-1945

By: Gregory, Rosalyn.
Contributor(s): Kohlmann, Benjamin.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2011Description: 1 online resource (247 p.).ISBN: 9780230358300.Subject(s): English literature - 20th century - History and criticism | English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism | LITERARY CRITICISM / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh | LITERARY CRITICISM / General | LITERARY CRITICISM / General | LITERARY CRITICISM / Semiotics & Theory | LITERARY CRITICISM / Semiotics & Theory | Literature and society - England - History - 20th century | Literature and society -- England -- History -- 20th century | Modernism (Literature) - Great Britain | Modernism (Literature) -- Great Britain | Utopias in literature | Utopias in literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Utopian Spaces of Modernism : Literature and Culture, 1885-1945DDC classification: 809.9112 | 820.9/112 | 820.9112 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction; Part I Ambiguous Utopianism; 2 Socially Empty Space and Dystopian Utopianism in the Late Nineteenth Century; 3 'On the Eve of the Fourth Dimension': Utopian Higher Space; 4 Modernism's Material Futures: Glass, and Several Kinds of Plastic; 5 Minor Utopias and the British Literary Temperament, 1880-1945; Part II Living in Utopia; 6 Utopian Bloomsbury: The Grounds for Social Dreaming in William Morris' News from Nowhere; 7 Utopia from the Rooftops: H.G. Wells, Modernism and the Panorama-City
8 'The Strange High Singing of Some Aeroplane Overhead': War, Utopia and the Everyday in Virginia Woolf's Fiction9 'Hellhole and Paradise': The Heterotopic Spaces of Berlin; Part III Testing the Limits of Utopia; 10 The Re-Conceptualization of Space in Edwardian Prophecy Fiction: Heterotopia, Utopia and the Apocalypse; 11 'No Less Than a Planet': Scale-Bending in Modernist Fiction; 12 The Unseen Side of Things: Eliot and Stevens; Part IV Epilogue; 13 Two Towers, Plus One: The Ends of Utopia; Index
Summary: This volume undertakes a fundamental reassessment of utopianism during the modernist period. It charts the rich spectrum of literary utopian projects between 1885 and 1945, and reconstructs their cultural work by locating them in the material ''spaces'' in which they originated. The book brings together work by leading academics and younger scholars.
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Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgements; Notes on Contributors; 1 Introduction; Part I Ambiguous Utopianism; 2 Socially Empty Space and Dystopian Utopianism in the Late Nineteenth Century; 3 'On the Eve of the Fourth Dimension': Utopian Higher Space; 4 Modernism's Material Futures: Glass, and Several Kinds of Plastic; 5 Minor Utopias and the British Literary Temperament, 1880-1945; Part II Living in Utopia; 6 Utopian Bloomsbury: The Grounds for Social Dreaming in William Morris' News from Nowhere; 7 Utopia from the Rooftops: H.G. Wells, Modernism and the Panorama-City

8 'The Strange High Singing of Some Aeroplane Overhead': War, Utopia and the Everyday in Virginia Woolf's Fiction9 'Hellhole and Paradise': The Heterotopic Spaces of Berlin; Part III Testing the Limits of Utopia; 10 The Re-Conceptualization of Space in Edwardian Prophecy Fiction: Heterotopia, Utopia and the Apocalypse; 11 'No Less Than a Planet': Scale-Bending in Modernist Fiction; 12 The Unseen Side of Things: Eliot and Stevens; Part IV Epilogue; 13 Two Towers, Plus One: The Ends of Utopia; Index

This volume undertakes a fundamental reassessment of utopianism during the modernist period. It charts the rich spectrum of literary utopian projects between 1885 and 1945, and reconstructs their cultural work by locating them in the material ''spaces'' in which they originated. The book brings together work by leading academics and younger scholars.

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MATTHEW BEAUMONT Senior Lecturer in the Department of English, UCL, UKMARK BLACKLOCK PhD candidate, Birkbeck College, UKCHRISTINA BRITZOLAKIS Associate Professor, University of Warwick, UK DANIEL COOK Associate Professor, Saginaw Valley State University, Michigan, USA JON HEGGELUND Associate Professor of English, Washington State University, USAMATTHEW INGLEBY UCL, UK DOUGLAS MAO Professor of English, Johns Hopkins University, USA IAIN SINCLAIR Writer, UKAXEL STÄHLER Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature, School of European Culture and Languages, University of Kent, UKANDREW THACKER Professor of Twentieth Century Literature, De Montfort University, UK DAVID TROTTER King Edward VII Professor of English Literature, University of Cambridge, UK JAY WINTER Charles J. Stille Professor of History, Yale University, USA

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