Paranoid Modernism: Literary Experiment, Psychosis, and the Professionalization of English Society by David Trotter

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David Trotter
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Oxford University Press, USA
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368
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9780198187554
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What provoked the fierce and systematic "will to experiment" that was Modernism? Seeking an answer to this question, David Trotter examines the careers of Ford Madox Ford, D. H. Lawrence, and Wyndham Lewis as well as the early psychiatric literature and case-histories of paranoia. The result is a new and unexpected approach to the preoccupations with gender and with the politics of culture that currently characterize the study of the period.


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