- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- New ed
- Peter Lang Ltd
- Feigel, Lara (ed.), Harris, Alexandra (ed.)
- 10 coloured and 32 b, w
- 42, 10 coloured and 32 b/w ill.
- 278 x 157 x 27 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 509 g
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Modernism on Sea
Art and Culture at the British Seaside
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"An immensely enjoyable feat of cultural beachcombing, fresh, diverse and enlightening" (John Carey, emeritus Merton Professor of English Literature at the University of Oxford and author of 'What Good Are the Arts?') "Readers who love the British seaside will find this volume as bracing as Skegness on a windy day" (Brian Evans, 'Virginia Woolf Bulletin') "This volume of intelligent and attractive essays is full of particular insights, and is to be applauded for its championing of the seaside as a site of cultural creativity" (Peter Borsay, 'Times Higher Education') "From Virginia Woolf to Benjamin Britten to Sylvia Plath: a fascinating take on the wave of the avant-garde breaking on British shores" (J.B. Bullen, Professor Emeritus at the University of Reading) "Readable and thought-provoking [...] a stimulating and wide-ranging collection" (Christiana Payne, 'Oxford Art Journal') "Modernism on Sea is a compilation of serious scholarly essays disguised in red and white beach stripes" (London Review Bookshop)
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Lara Feigel is Lecturer in Modern Literary Studies at King's College London. She edited the anthology A Nosegay: A Literary Journey from the Fragrant to the Fetid. She reviews for the Observer and has published articles in The Guardian and Prospect. Alexandra Harris is Lecturer in English at the University of Liverpool. Her new book Romantic Moderns (Thames and Hudson, 2010) won the Guardian First Book Award .
Contents: Lara Feigel/Alexandra Harris: Introduction - Lara Feigel: Kiss Me Quick: The Aesthetics of Excess in 1930s Literature and Film - Michael Bracewell: Morecambe: The Sunset Coast - Andrew Kotting: Beside the Seaside, Beside the Sea - Nicola Moorby: London to Brighton: The Indian Summer of the Camden Town Group - Deborah Parsons: 'Remember Scarborough': The Sitwells on the Sands - William May: 'A Good Time Was Had By All'? Stevie Smith Beside the Seaside - David Bradshaw: 'The Purest Ecstasy': Virginia Woolf and the Sea - Ben Morgan: Survivals of Ariel: Sea and Form in Sylvia Plath's Poetry - Frances Spalding: In the Nautical Tradition: John Piper - Bruce Peter/Philip Dawson: Modernism at Sea: Ocean Liners and the Avant-garde - Fred Gray: 1930s Architecture and the Cult of the Sun - Edwina Keown: The Seaside Flaneuse in Elizabeth Bowen's The Death of the Heart - Svetlin Stratiev: The Margin of the Printable: Seaside Postcards and Censorship - Paul Rennie: Postwar Promenade: Pleasure, Reconstruction and the Festival of Britain - Alan Powers: The Destructive Element: Benjamin Britten and Aldeburgh - Alexandra Harris: Seaside Ceremonies: Coastal Rites in Twentieth-Century Art.