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Modernism an Anthology of Sources and Documents

by Jane Goldman

  • 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
  • ISBN: 9780226450742
  • ISBN10: 0226450740
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Description: Introduction A note on presentation Part I: The Emergence of the Modern Ia: The modern in cultural, political and scientific thought 1. Karl Marx: From letter to Ruge, September 1843 2. Karl Marx and Freidrich Engels: From The Communist Manifesto 1848 3. Richard Wilhelm Wagner: From ''Art and Revolution'' 1849 4. Charles Darwin: From The Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection 1859 5. Johann Jakob Bachofen: From Mother Right 1861 6. Friedrich Nietzsche: From Preface to Human, All Too Human 1878 7. Max Nordau: From Degeneration 1883 8. William Morris: From ''Useful Work versus Useless Toil'' 1884 9. H.P.B.: From The Secret Doctrine 1888 10. J. G. Frazer: From The Golden Bough 1890-1915 11. Gustave Le Bon: From The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind 1895 12. Thorstein Veblen: From The Theory of the Leisure Class 1899 13. Henry Adams: From The Education of Henry Adams 1907 14. Sigmund Freud: From The Interpretation of Dreams 1900 15. Georg Simmel: From ''The Metropolis and Mental Life'' 1903 16. August Bebel: From Woman Under Socialism 1904 17. W. E. B. Dubois: From The Souls of Black Folk 1903 18. Henri Bergson: From Creative Evolution 1907 19. Wilhelm Worringer: From Abstraction and Empathy 1908 20. Adolf Loos: From ''Ornament and Crime'' 1908 21. Karl Kraus: ''The Good Conduct Medal'' 1909 22. Millicent Garrett Fawcett: From ''Women''s Suffrage'' 1911 23. Lou Andreas-Salom: From The Freud Journal of Lou Andreas-Salome 1912, 1913 24. Oswald Spengler: From The Decline of the West 1918-22 Ib: Modern aesthetics 1. Edgar Allan Poe: From review of Nathanial Hawthorne''s Twice-Told Tales 1842 2. Walt Whitman: From Preface to Leaves of Grass 1855 3. Gustave Flaubert: From letter to Mlle Leroyer de Chantepie, 18 March 1857 4. Matthew Arnold: From ''On the Modern Element in Literature'' 1857 5. Charles Baudelaire: From ''The Painter of Modern Life'' 1859-60 6. Arthur Rimbaud: From letter to Paul Demeny, 15 May 1871 7. John Ruskin: From Lectures on Art 1870; From Arartra Pentelici 1872 8. Walter Pater: From Conclusion to The Renaissance [1873] 1893 9. August Strindberg: From Preface to Miss Julie 1888 10. Oscar Wilde: Preface to The Picture of Dorian Gray 1890 11. Thomas Hardy: ''The Science of Fiction'' 1891 12. Stphane Mallarm: From ''Crisis in Poetry'' 1886-95 13. Paul Valry: From ''Introduction to the Method of Leonardo da Vinci'' 1895 14. 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'' 1897 16. Arthur Symons: From The Symbolist Movement in Literature 1899 17. W. B. Yeats: From ''The Symbolism of Poetry'' 1900 18. Marcel Proust: From ''Days of Reading: I'' 1905 19. William Archer: From ''Henrik Ibsen: Philosopher or Poet'' 1905 20. Henry James: From ''The Art of Fiction'' 1894; From Preface to The Princess Casamassima 1906 21. Edward Gordon Craig: From ''The Actor and the ber-marionette '' 1907 22. Isadora Duncan: From My Life 1927 23. George Bernard Shaw: From The Sanity of Art 1908 II: The Avant-Garde IIa. Formulations and declarations 1. Gustave Courbet: From Realist Manifesto 1855 2. mile Zola: From ''Naturalism on the Stage'' 1880 3. Desmond MacCarthy: ''The Post-Impressionists'' 1910 4. T.E. Hulme: From ''Romanticism and Classicism'' 1911 5. Charlotte Perkins Gilman: From The Man-Made World or Our Androcentric Culture 1911 6. Roger Fry: ''The French Group'' 1912 7. Clive Bell: ''The English Group'' 1912 8. Robert Delaunay: ''Light'' 1912; ''Notes on the Construction of the Reality of Pure Painting'' 1912 9. Erik Satie: ''The Musician''s Day'' 1913; ''Some Notes on Modern Music'' 1919 10. Wyndham Lewis: From ''The Cubist Room'' 1914 11. Karl Kraus: From ''In These Great Times'' 1914 12. Richard Huelsenbeck: From ''Zurich 1916, as it really was'' 1928 13. Guillaume Apollinaire: ''Art and the War: Concerning an Allied Exhibition'' 1916; Programme for Parade , 18 May 1917 14. Antonio Gramsci: ''Marinetti the Revolutionary'' 1916; ''Theatre and Cinema'' 1921 15. Victor Shklovsky: From ''Art as Technique'' 1917 16. John Reed: From Ten Days That Shook the World 1919 17. ''A Member of the Audience: Storming the Winter Palace'' 1920 18. Georg Lukcs: From The Theory of the Novel 1920 19. Leon Trotsky: From Literature and Revolution 1923 20. Alexandra Kollontai: From ''Make Way for the Winged Eros'' 1923 21. Dziga Vertov: From ''A Kino-Eye Discussion'' 1924 22. Luis Buuel: ''Suburbs'' 1923 23. Vsevolod Meyerhold: From ''The Reconstruction of the Theatre'' 1929 24. Erwin Piscator: From ''Basic Principles of Sociological Drama'' 1929 IIb: Manifestos 1. Futurism 1a. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti: ''The Founding and Manifesto of Futurism 1909''; The Variety Theatre'' 1913 1b. Ilya Zdanevich and Mikhail Larionov: ''Why We Paint Ourselves: A Futurist Manifesto'' 1913 2. Mina Loy: ''Feminist Manifesto'' 1914 3. Cubism : Guillaume Apollinaire: From The Cubist Painters 1913 4. Imagism : Preface to Some Imagist Poets 1915 5. Expressionism : Wassily Kandinsky: From ''The Problem of Form'' 1912 6. Dada 6a. Tristan Tzara: From ''Dada Manifesto, 1918''; ''Note on Art'' 1917; ''Note on Negro Art'' 1917 6b. Kurt Shwitters: From Merz 1921; From ''Consistent Poetry'' 1924; ''To All the Theatres of the World'' 1926 6c. George Grosz with Wieland Herzfelde: From ''Art is in Danger'' 7. Vorticism : From Blast 1914 8. Eccentrism: The Eccentric Manifesto 9. Constructivism 9a. Aleksei Gan: From Constructivism 1922 9b. Lszl Moholy-Nagy: ''Constructivism and the Proletariat'' 10. Bauhaus 10a. Walter Gropius: ''Manifesto of the Bauhaus, April 1919'' 10b. Annelise Fleischmann: From ''Economic Living'' 1924 10c. Lszl Moholy-Nagy: ''The New Typography'' 1923 10d. Oscar Schlemmer: Diary Extract 1927 11. Manifesto Issued by the Syndicate of Technical Workers, Painters, and Sculptors, Mexico City, 1922 12 LEF Manifesto 13 Surrealism : Andr Breton: From the First Manifesto of Surrealism 1924 14. transition: Eugene Jolas: ''Suggestions for a New Magic'' 1927; ''Proclamation'' 1929 15. Anarchism : Alexander Berkman: From The ABC of Anarchism 1929 III. Modernists on the Modern IIIa. The 1910s and 1920s: The making of Modernist traditions 1. (Margaret) Strom Jameson: From ''England''s Nest of Singing Birds'' 2. Ford Maddox Ford: From ''On Impressionism'' 1914 3. Dora Marsden: From ''I Am.'' 1915 4. Fernando Pessoa: From ''Notes on Sensation'' 1916 5. John Dos Passos: ''Against American Literature'' 1916 6. W. B. Yeats: From ''Anima Hominis'' 1917 7. Amy Lowell: From Preface to Tendencies in Modernist Poetry 1917 8. William Carlos Williams: From Prologue to Kora in Hell 1918 9. May Sinclair: From a review of Pilgrimmage 1918 10. Edwin Muir: From ''What is Modern?'' 1918 11. E. M. Forester: From ''The Poetry of C. P. Cavafy'' 1919 12. Katherine Mansfield: From reviews for the Athenaeum 1919 13 Thomas Mann: From Diaries 1918, 1919, 1920 14. T. S. Eliot: From ''Tradition and the Individual Talent'' 1919; From '' Ulysses , Order, and Myth'' 1923 15. Ezra Pound: From ''A Retrospect'' 1918: From a Preface to Rmy de Gourmont''s The Natural Philosophy of Love 1926 16. H. D.: From ''Notes on Thought and Vision'' 1919 17. Alfred Dblin: From ''Warsaw'' 1922 18. Herman Hesse: ''Recent German Poetry'' 19. Virginia Woolf: ''The Moment: Summer''s Night'' 1927: From ''Mr. Bennett and Mrs. Brown'' 1924: From ''Modern Fiction'' 1919 20. James Joyce: Letter to Harriet Shaw Weaver, 15 August 1925 21. Richard Adlington: From ''The Influence of Mr. James Joyce'' 1921 22. Carl Jung: From '' Ulysses : ein Monolog'' 1932 23. Frank Budgen: From James Joyce and the Making of ''Ulysses'' 1934 24. D. H. Lawrence: Leter to A. W. Macleod, 2 June 1914: From letter to Edward Garnett, 5 June 1914: From preface to the American edition of New Poems 1929 25. Alain Locke: From the Introduction to The New Negro 1925 26. Langston Hughes: From ''The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain'' 1926 27. Gertrude Stein: From ''Composition as Explanation'' 1926 28. Hugh MacDiarmid: From ''English Ascendency in British Literature'' 1931 29 Marianne Moore: ''New Poetry Since 1912'' 1926 30. Robert Graves and Laura (Riding) Jackson: From Modernist Poetry 1926 31. F. Scott Fitzgerald: From ''Echoes of he Jazz Age'' 1931 32. Robert McAlmon: From Being Geniuses Together 1920-1930 1938 33. Vladimir Dixon: ''A Letter to James Joyce'' 1929 34. Samuel Beckett: From ''Dante ... Bruno . Vico .. Joyce'' 1929: From Proust 1931 IIIb The 1930s: Modernist regroupings 1. Siegfried Kracauer: From ''The Mass Ornament'' 1927 2. Max Horkheimer: From
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