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020    9781107008496 (hardback) 
035    (OCoLC)707626655 
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050 00 PN56.M54|bG75 2011 
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100 1  Greenberg, Jonathan Daniel,|d1968- 
245 10 Modernism, satire, and the novel /|cJonathan Greenberg 
260    Cambridge ;|aNew York :|bCambridge University Press,|c2011
300    xviii, 220 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Preface: the Uncle Fester principle; 1. Satire and its 
       discontents; 2. Modernism's story of feeling; 3. The rule 
       of outrage: Evelyn Waugh's Vile Bodies; 4. Laughter and 
       fear in A Handful of Dust; 5. Cold Comfort Farm and mental
       life; 6. Nathanael West and the mystery of feeling; 7. 
       Nightwood and the ends of satire; 8. Beckett's 
       authoritarian personalities 
520    "In this groundbreaking study, Jonathan Greenberg locates 
       a satiric sensibility at the heart of the modern. By 
       promoting an antisentimental education, modernism denied 
       the authority of emotion to guarantee moral and literary 
       value. Instead, it fostered sophisticated, detached and 
       apparently cruel attitudes toward pain and suffering. This
       sensibility challenged the novel's humanistic tradition, 
       set ethics and aesthetics into conflict and fundamentally 
       altered the ways that we know and feel. Through lively and
       original readings of works by Evelyn Waugh, Stella Gibbons,
       Nathanael West, Djuna Barnes, Samuel Beckett and others, 
       this book analyzes a body of literature - late modernist 
       satire - that can appear by turns aloof, sadistic, 
       hilarious, ironic and poignant, but which continually 
       questions inherited modes of feeling. By recognizing the 
       centrality of satire to modernist aesthetics, Greenberg 
       offers not only a new chapter in the history of satire but
       a persuasive new idea of what made modernism modern"--
       |cProvided by publisher 
650  0 Modernism (Literature) 
650  0 Satire|xHistory and criticism 
650  0 Emotions in literature 
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