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This essay focuses on the photographs of Patti Smith that were shown at the Dulwich Picture Gallery's exhibition titled ‘Legacy: Photographs by Vanessa Bell and Patti Smith’ (London, February 8 to June 4, 2017). It tracks the parallel resonances between Smith and Bloomsbury with respect to ideas...
This article examines Nancy Cunard's later writing on Spain as a direct legacy of her previous projects as a modernist poet, publisher and black rights activist. Cunard was a rare analyst of the links between total war, colonial counter-insurgency, and cultural destruction. Noting the desire of...
This essay analyses a strain of modern classicism other than the high modernist classicism of Hulme, Pound, and Eliot. Its practitioners were middlebrow writers associated with the newspaper columns and ‘smart magazines’ thriving in New York City during the 1910s and 1920s. Led by the columnist,...
This article investigates the medical and aesthetic role of breath in Katherine Mansfield's writing. Through an examination of Mansfield's correspondence and her short stories ‘Prelude’ (1918) and ‘Bliss’ (1918), in parallel with early twentieth-century medical and fitness literature, I argue...
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