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Postwar Literature: 1950 To 1990 By Dr William May (2010)
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Postwar Literature: 1950 To 1990 By Dr William May (2010)

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Dr William May
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    The literature of the second half of the twentieth century is characterized by a tension between conservatism and innovation. This volume examines the key writers and genres that explore this idea, including the postmodern novels of Julian Barnes, Angela Carter and Graham Swift, the modern lyrics of Philip Larkin, Sylvia Plath and Stevie Smith, and the inventive dramas of Samuel Beckett, ...

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    Dr William May
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    Description:

      The literature of the second half of the twentieth century is characterized by a tension between conservatism and innovation. This volume examines the key writers and genres that explore this idea, including the postmodern novels of Julian Barnes, Angela Carter and Graham Swift, the modern lyrics

      The literature of the second half of the twentieth century is characterized by a tension between conservatism and innovation. This volume examines the key writers and genres that explore this idea, including the postmodern novels of Julian Barnes, Angela Carter and Graham Swift, the modern lyrics of Philip Larkin, Sylvia Plath and Stevie Smith, and the inventive dramas of Samuel Beckett, Caryl Churchill and Tom Stoppard. Chapters focusing on 'Nostalgia and Nationality', 'Class and Education' and 'Sex and Identity' provide important historical and social context, and combine with a range of key critical approaches to provide an indispensable guide to the era

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    • Binding : Paperback
    • Language : English
    • Publication Year : 2010
    • Number of Pages : 299 Pages
    • ISBN : 9781408204740
 

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