Modern Tradition Backgrounds of Modern Literature 1965 Eds Richard Ellmann Charles Feidelson Jr
The Modern Tradition: Backgrounds of Modern Literature, 1965 is edited by Richard Ellmann and Charles Feidelson, Jr.
- A remarkable collection of 193 essays exploring the cultural threads of modern (mid 19th to mid 20th centuries) literature by the most exciting and creative minds of the period.
- Organized under the following major topics, each with an introductory essay:
- Cultural History
- The Unconscious
- With 3 to 7 essays each on sub-topic determined by the above major headings. For example, the essays on Nature are divided under these headings: Struggle, Organicism, Mechanical Force and Indeterminacy.
A Treasured addition for your library for reference, pleasure, education!
This copy is in very good condition, a name written on the reverse of the front cover, some foxing--no other marks, no tears, no damage, no dust jacket. A firmly bound book with very slight shelf war.
The book measures 6 1/4 inches by 9 1/4 inches by 1 1/2 inches. It has 953 pages.