Covering key canonical texts as well as lesser-known works, authors Mary Ann Gillies and Aurelea Mahood's engaging volume Modernist Literature: An Introduction, provides a comprehensive and critical assessment of British literature from the beginning of the twentieth century up to World War II.
An imaginative mix of cultural studies and close reading, Modernist Literature: An Introduction makes the best contemporary research on modernism accessible and understandable.
Mary Ann Gillies teaches English at Simon Fraser University. Aurelea Mahood teaches 19th-century and 20th-century literature at Capilano University.
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