Current affiliation: University of GeorgiaSubject speciality: LiteraturePrimary location: United States
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2011-08-03
This book considers the impact of ideas about impressionism on modern British and Irish writing. Usually associated with painting, the term "impre...
Published in:Textual PracticePublication date:2014-09-19
Published in:A Sense of ShockPublication date:2011-08-03
Published in:Bradshaw/CompanionPublication date:2007-11-26
Published in:Modernism/modernityPublication date:2001-01-01
Published in:MFS Modern Fiction StudiesPublication date:2013-01-01
Published in:Victorian StudiesPublication date:2000-01-01
This chapter reads Ford's 1930s novels The Rash Act and Henry for Hugh as hitherto unappreciated literary engagements with the Great Depression and...
Published in:Victorian StudiesPublication date:1999-07-01
Published in:Twentieth Century LiteraturePublication date:1994-01-01
In 1928 a British judge banned Raclyffe Hall's novel The Well of Loneliness. This essay uses the trial as a context for reading not only Hall's nov...
Published in:The Henry James ReviewPublication date:2002-01-01
Examines Henry James's significance as a model of the poet-critic for four twentieth-century authors: T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, W.H. Auden, and R.P. ...
Published in:MFS Modern Fiction StudiesPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Journal of British StudiesPublication date:2014-07-01
Published in:Journal of British StudiesPublication date:2013-01-01