The Fictional Minds of Modernism: Narrative Cognition from Henry James to Christopher Isherwood


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Challenging the notion that modernism is marked by an "inward turn" - a configuration of the individual as distinct from the world - this collection delineates the relationship between the mind and material and social systems, rethinking our understanding of modernism's representation of cognitive and affective processes. Through analysis of a variety of international novels, short stories, and films - all published roughly between 1890 and 1945 - the contributors to this collection demonstrate that the so-called "inward ...

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