Antipodean modernism : The retrodynamic arts of time management
Giles, Paul. (2016). Antipodean modernism : The retrodynamic arts of time management. In In Morgan, Peter (Ed.). Text, translation, transnationalism : World literature in 21st century Australia pp. 115-136 Australian Scholarly Publishing.
[Extract] The question of how transnationalism intersects with modernism is, of course, an issue that has been much discussed in recent times. In a 2008 PMLA essay on The New Modernist Studies," for instance, Douglas Mao and Rebecca Walkowitz wrote that a new emphasis on transnational exchange was "widely seen as crucially transformative" within this field.1 But the theme of Australasian or antipodean modernism that I want to address here is, I think, considerably more opaque and problematic.
|Book title||Text, translation, transnationalism : World literature in 21st century Australia|
|Publisher||Australian Scholarly Publishing|
|Place of publication||Melbourne, VIC|
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