Midcentury Modern Writers

Series Editor(s): Maud Ellmann

This series contributes to the on-going expansion of Modernist Studies by redirecting attention to Mid-century writing (c1928-1960). Some of the finest writing of this period resists the taxonomies of academic criticism, especially the so-called "great divide" between high-brow and popular literature. This series aims to enrich the canon of modernist studies by restoring unjustly neglected writers, groups of writers and forms of writing to the prominence that they deserve.

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