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Modernism, Media, and Propaganda:
British Narrative from 1900 to 1945
Mark Wollaeger

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ADDITIONAL REVIEWS:

"A carefully researched monograph, Modernism, Media, and Propaganda will likely appeal to those interested in historicist and close textual analyses, and perhaps less to those seeking more theoretical treatments of modernist prose and film."--David Tomkins, European Legacy

"Modernism, Media, and Propaganda is a rich and nuanced study of how modernism and propaganda were formed symbiotically as much as defined by difference."--Elizabeth F. Evans, Woolf Studies Annual

ADDITIONAL ENDORSEMENTS:

"This book has everything. It is scrupulously researched, lucidly and appealingly written, interdisciplinary in the most rigorous sense, thickly historicized, and forcefully argued."--Garrett Stewart, University of Iowa

"The thesis of Modernism, Media, and Propaganda is original and Mark Wollaeger's readings in support of it are thorough, ingenious, and illuminating. This is an original, persuasive, and authoritative study."--Michael North, University of California, Los Angeles

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