AMERICAN CULTURE BETWEEN THE WARS: REVISIONARY MODERNISM AND POSTMODERN CRITIQUE.
Examines the feminist, African-American and populist avant-gardes of the 1920s and 1930s, who the author argues have been generally overlooked. Written as a postmodern critique of the modernist movement. Black and white illustrations throughout. List of illustrations, acknowledgements, endnotes, picture credits and index.
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CATALOGUE OF PRINTED BOOKS PUBLISHED BEFORE 1932 IN THE L...
This volume is a complete catalogue of the Royal Asiatic Society Library of books published before 1932. This volume excludes the Bible, pamphlets, reprints, and books in the Chinese and Siamese languages. Entries are accompanied by descriptions in various languages. There is also a supplementary list and two appendices, one covering gazetteers and the second concerning periodicals. The book is bumped at the head and tail of spine and corners.