Modernism and the Ordinary

Modernism and the Ordinary
Oxford University Press, USA | April 16, 2009 | ISBN-10: 0195368126 | 216 pages | File type: PDF | 1.96 mb

Traditionally literary modernism has been seen as a movement marked by transcendent epiphanies, episodes of estrangement, and a privileging of the extraordinary. Yet modernist writings often take great pains to describe the material, seemingly insignificant details of daily life. Modernism and the Ordinary upends our perceived notions of the period's literature as it recognizes just how pivotal commonplace activities are to modernist aesthetics.

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