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  • ISBN: 9780226450742
  • ISBN10: 0226450740

Modernism An Anthology of Sources and Documents

by Jane Goldman

  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Univ of Chicago Pr
  • Publish date: 02/01/1999
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IntroductionA note on presentationPart I: The Emergence of the ModernIa: The modern in cultural, political and scientific thought1. Karl Marx: From letter to Ruge, September 18432. Karl Marx and Freidrich Engels: From The Communist Manifesto 18483. Richard Wilhelm Wagner: From 'Art and Revolution' 18494. Charles Darwin: From The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection 18595. Johann Jakob Bachofen: From Mother Right 18616. Friedrich Nietzsche: From Preface to Human, All Too Human 18787. Max Nordau: From Degeneration 18838. William Morris: From 'Useful Work versus Useless Toil' 18849. H.P.B.: From The Secret Doctrine 188810. J. G. Frazer: From The Golden Bough 1890-191511. Gustave Le Bon: From The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind 189512. Thorstein Veblen: From The Theory of the Leisure Class 189913. Henry Adams: From The Education of Henry Adams 190714. Sigmund Freud: From The Interpretation of Dreams 190015. Georg Simmel: From 'The Metropolis and Mental Life' 190316. August Bebel: From Woman Under Socialism 190417. W. E. B. Dubois: From The Souls of Black Folk 190318. Henri Bergson: From Creative Evolution 190719. Wilhelm Worringer: From Abstraction and Empathy 190820. Adolf Loos: From 'Ornament and Crime' 190821. Karl Kraus: 'The Good Conduct Medal' 190922. Millicent Garrett Fawcett: From 'Women's Suffrage' 191123. Lou Andreas-Salom: From The Freud Journal of Lou Andreas-Salome 1912, 191324. Oswald Spengler: From The Decline of the West 1918-22Ib: Modern aesthetics1. Edgar Allan Poe: From review of Nathanial Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales 18422. Walt Whitman: From Preface to Leaves of Grass 18553. Gustave Flaubert: From letter to Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie, 18 March 18574. Matthew Arnold: From 'On the Modern Element in Literature' 18575. Charles Baudelaire: From 'The Painter of Modern Life' 1859-606. Arthur Rimbaud: From letter to Paul Demeny, 15 May 18717. John Ruskin: From Lectures on Art 1870; From Arartra Pentelici 18728. Walter Pater: From Conclusion to The Renaissance [1873] 18939. August Strindberg: From Preface to Miss Julie 188810. Oscar Wilde: Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray 189011. Thomas Hardy: 'The Science of Fiction' 189112. Stphane Mallarm: From 'Crisis in Poetry' 1886-9513. Paul Valry: From 'Introduction to the Method of Leonardo da Vinci' 189514. Alfred Jarry: 'Preliminary Address at the First Performance of Ubi Roi, 10 December 1896'15. Joseph Conrad: From Preface to The Nigger of the 'Narcissus' 189716. Arthur Symons: From The Symbolist Movement in Literature 189917. W. B. Yeats: From 'The Symbolism of Poetry' 190018. Marcel Proust: From 'Days of Reading: I' 190519. William Archer: From 'Henrik Ibsen: Philosopher or Poet' 190520. Henry James: From 'The Art of Fiction' 1894; From Preface to The Princess Casamassima 190621. Edward Gordon Craig: From 'The Actor and the ber-marionette' 190722. Isadora Duncan: From My Life 192723. George Bernard Shaw: From The Sanity of Art 1908II: The Avant-GardeIIa. Formulations and declarations1. Gustave Courbet: From Realist Manifesto 18552. mile Zola: From 'Naturalism on the Stage' 18803. Desmond MacCarthy: 'The Post-Impressionists' 19104. T.E. Hulme: From 'Romanticism and Classicism' 19115. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: From The Man-Made World or Our Androcentric Culture 19116. Roger Fry: 'The French Group' 19127. Clive Bell: 'The English Group' 19128. Robert Delaunay: 'Light' 1912; 'Notes on the Construction of the Reality of Pure Painting' 19129. Erik Satie: 'The Musician's Day' 1913; 'Some Notes on Modern Music' 191910. Wyndham Lewis: From 'The Cubist Room' 191411. Karl Kraus: From 'In These Great Times' 191412. Richard Huelsenbeck: From 'Zurich 1916, as it really was' 192813. G
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