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About this book
This book addresses the multiple meanings of nostalgia in the literature of the period. Whether depicted as an emotion, remembrance, or fixation, these essays demonstrate that the nostalgic impulse reveals how deeply rooted in the damaged, the old, and the vanishing, were the variety of efforts to imagine and produce the new—the distinctly modern.
Modernism Nostalgia Memory Twentieth Century aesthetics David Herbert Lawrence poetry Rebecca West Virginia Woolf