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Djuna Barnes and Affective Modernism Hardcover – February 29, 2012

ISBN-13: 978-0748646753 ISBN-10: 0748646752

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A thorough and engaged analysis of the entirety of Barnes' oeuvre and the trajectory of her long writing career. -- Dr Joanne Winning, Birkbeck College, University of London Julie Taylor offers a sophisticated, revisionary interpretation of Djuna Barnes' major writings and, at the same time, a substantial intervention into the theory of modernism and modernist-oriented literary criticism more generally. -- Professor Tyrus Miller, University of California at Santa Cruz A thorough and engaged analysis of the entirety of Barnes' oeuvre and the trajectory of her long writing career. Julie Taylor offers a sophisticated, revisionary interpretation of Djuna Barnes' major writings and, at the same time, a substantial intervention into the theory of modernism and modernist-oriented literary criticism more generally.

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Julie Taylor is Joanna Randall MacIver Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.

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