The Janus Face of the German Avant-garde: From Expressionism Toward Postmodernism (Avant-garde and Modernism Studies)
"Theoretically sophisticated and stimulating, the book represents a valuable contribution toward reconceptualizing German literary Expressionism as an avant-garde movement caught in the contradictory tensions of 'becoming conscious of its own predicament.'" --Monatshefte"A notable, important contribution to twentieth-century avant-garde studies which, substantially different from Peter Burger, defines the German avant-garde as mediating modernity and tradition, as a transitional phenomenon." --Tyrus Miller, author of Late Modernism: Politics, Fiction, and the Arts between the World Wars --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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