The Manifesto in Literature

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St. James Press
Index coverage:January 1, 2013 - Current
Title:The Manifesto in Literature
Editor(s):Thomas Riggs
Volume No.2 : The Modernist Movement: 1900-WWII
Imprint:St. James Press
Place of Publication:Detroit, MI
Publication Year:2013
No. of Volumes:3
Total Pages:1438
ISBN:978-1-55862-866-3
eISBN:978-1-55862-880-9
Format:Collection
Publication Frequency:Monograph
Language:English
Audience:General
Gale Subject Headings:Literature and writing; Literary biography; Arts and humanities; Biography and genealogy
LC Subject(s):Revolutionary literature-History and criticism-Literary manifestos-Political manifestoes-Politics and literature-Authors-Political and social views
Description:Spanning from the earliest published examples dating to 16th C. Europe, through the Declaration of Independence, to the 2006 Euston Manifesto, this work describes the authors and their causes, as well as the social, political, economic philosophies that are behind them. The context of history will play an important role in describing the circumstances of their writing and how they were received and acted upon at the time of writing and after.
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Copyright Statement:COPYRIGHT 2013 Gale, Cengage Learning
Gale Title ID:5WKD
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