Vol 1, No 2 (2014)

Modernism, Intimacy, and Emotion

Guest-edited by Lorraine Sim and Ann Vickery.

Table of Contents

Articles

New Feelings: Modernism, Intimacy, and Emotion HTML PDF
Lorraine Sim, Ann Vickery 1-14
Haunted: Affective Memory in Jean Rhys’s Good Morning, Midnight HTML PDF
Erica L. Johnson 15-38
Death, Fashion, and Feeling: Reading around The Suicide of Dorothy Hale (1939) HTML PDF
Fiona Gregory 39-55
“To want and not to have”: Desire and Form in Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse HTML PDF
Eric Sandberg 56-74
“Too, too shaming”: Evelyn Waugh’s Vile Bodies HTML PDF
Naomi Milthorpe 75-94
Unnatural Movements: Modernism’s Shaping of Intimate Relations in Stravinsky’s Le Sacre du Printemps HTML PDF
Michelle Duffy, Paul Atkinson 95-119
“Growing small wings”: Walter Benjamin, Lola Ridge, and the Political Affect of Modernism HTML PDF
Gail Jones 120-142
Contributors HTML PDF
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