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Title The Oxford critical and cultural history of modernist magazines / edited by Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker.
Added title History of modernist magazines
Modernist magazines
Britain and Ireland 1880-1955
Publisher/Date Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2009-c2012.
Description 3 v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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Table of Contents
 List of Illustrations and Mapsxxi
 List of Contributorsxxxi
 General Introduction: Modernity, Modernisms, Magazines / Peter Brooker1
pt. I FRANCE 
 Introduction25
1.Performing Writing: Le Chat Noir (1881-95); Le Courrier francais (1884-1913); Gil Bias illustre (1891-1903); and Les Quat'z'arts (1897-8) / Diana Schiau-Botea38
2.The `Little Magazine' as Publishing Success: Le Scapin (1885-6); La Pleiade (1886-90); and Le Mercure de France (1889-1965) / Alexia Kalantzis60
3.Between Symbolism and Avant-Garde Poetics: La Plume (1889-1905); L'Ermitage (1890-1906); and La Revue blanche (1890-1903) / Evanghelia Stead76
4.Modern Classicism: La Nouvelle Revue francaise (1909-43) and Commerce (1924-32) / Anne-Rachel Hermetet101
5.Apollinaire and `the New Spirit': Le festin d'Esope (1903); Les Soirees de Paris (1912-14); and L'elan (1915-16) / Willard Bohn120
6.After Apollinaire: SIC (1916-19); Nord-Sud (1917-18); and L'Esprit Nouveau (1920-5) / Simon Dell143
7.Proto-Dada: The New York Connection: The Ridgefield Gazook (1915); The Blind Man (1917); Rongwrong (1917); 391 (1917); TNT (1919); and New York Dada (1921) / David Hopkins160
8.Dada's Paris Season: 391 (1919-24); Cannibale (1920); Projecteur (1920); Dada (1920-1); and Le Coeur a Barbe (1922) / Ruth Hemus180
9.Eclecticism and its Discontents: Les Ecrits nouveaux (1917-22) and La Revue europeenne (1923-31) / John Attridge203
10.`What Can the Surrealists Do?': Litterature (1919-24); La Revolution surrealiste (1924-9); and Le Surrealisme au service de la revolution (1930-3) / Raymond Spiteri219
11.`A Shameless, Indecent Saintliness': Documents (1929-31) and Acephale (1936-9) / Eric Robertson244
12.Dangerous Games and New Mythologies: Cercle et Carre (1930); Art Concret (1930); Abstraction-Creation (1932-5); and Minotaure (1933-9) / Jed Rasula265
pt. II THE LOW COUNTRIES 
 Introduction289
13.`The Will to Style': The Dutch Contribution to the Avant-Garde: Leiden: De Stijl (1917-32), Mecano (1922-3); Amsterdam: Wendingen (1918-32), i10 (1927-9); and Groningen: The Next Call (1923-6) / Sascha Bru293
14.Antwerp Circles: Languages, Locality, and Internationalism: Ontwaking (1896, 1901-10); De Boomgaard (1909-11); Resurrection (1917-18); Het Roode Zeil (1920); Selection (1920-33); Ruimte (1920-1); Het Overzicht (1921-5); De Driehoek (1925-6); Lumiere (1919-23); and Ca Ira (1920-3) / Daphne De Marneffe313
15.`Streetscape of New Districts Permeated by the Fresh Scent of Cement': Brussels, the Avant-Garde, and Internationalism: La feune Belgique (1881-97); L'Art Moderne (1881-1914); La Societe Nouvelle (1884-97); Van Nu en Straks (1893-4,1896-1901); L'Art Libre (1919-22); Signaux (1921, early title of Le Disque Vert, 1922-54); L'Arts (1922-8); and Varietes [ect.] / Hans Vandevoorde336
pt. III SPAIN AND PORTUGAL 
 Introduction363
16.Madrid: Questioning the Avant-Garde: Helios (1903-4); El Nuevo Mercurio (1907); Prometeo (1908-12); Los Quijotes (1915-18); Cosmdpolis (1919-22); Grecia (1918-20); Ultra (1921-2); Ambos (1923); Litoral (1926-7,1929); Mediodia (1926-9); Carmeny Lola (1927-9); La Gaceta Literaria (1927-32); and Gallo [ect.] / Lori Cole369
17.`Noucentisme' and the Avant-Garde in Barcelona (1916-36): Revista nova (1914, 1916-17); 391 (1917); Trogos (1916, 1917-18); Un enemic delpoble (1917-19); Arc-voltaic (1918); Proa (1921); L'Amic de les arts (1926-8); and Helix (1929-30) / Geoffrey West392
18.Modernist Magazines in Portugal: Orpheu and its Legacy: Orpheu (1915); Exilio (1916); Centauro (1916); Portugal Futurista (1917); Contemporanea (1915, 1922-6); Athena (1924-5); Sudoeste (1935); Presenga (1927-38, 1939-40 [1977]) / Clara Rocha413
pt. IV ITALY 
 Introduction439
19.Political and Aesthetic Transgressions: Florentine Reviews a la mode: Il Marzocco (1896-1932); Il Regno (1903-5); Il Leonardo (1903-7); Hermes (1904); and La Voce (1908-14) / Francesca Billiani445
20.Past-Loving Florence and the Temptations of Futurism: Lacerba (1913-15); Quartiere Latino (1913-14); L'Italia futurista (1916-18); and La Vraie Italie (1919-20) / Luca Somigli469
21.The Return to Order in Florence: Il Selvaggio (1924-43); Il Frontespizio (1929-40); Pegaso (1929-33); and Campo di Marte (1938-9) / Mariana Aguirre491
22.Milan, the `Rivista', and the Deprovincialization of Italy: Le Papyrus (1894-6); Poesia (1905-9); Il Convegno (1920-40); Pan (1933-5); and Corrente di vita giovanile (1938-40) / Eric Bulson511
23.Bizantium and Emporium: Fine secolo Magazines in Rome and Milan: Fanfulla della Domenica (1879-1919); Cronaca Bizantina (1881-6); Il Convito (1895-1907); Cronaca d'Arte (1890-2); Vita Moderna (1892-5); and Emporium (1895-1964) / Vivien Greene536
24.Futurist Periodicals in Rome (1916-39):. From Effervescence to Disillusionment: Avanscoperta (1916-17); Cronache d'attualita (1916-22); Not (1917-25); Roma futurista (1918-20); Dinamo: Rivista futurista (1919); II Futurismo/Le Futurisme (1922-31); La Ruota dentata (1927); 2000: Giornale della rivoluzione artistica (1929); Futurismo (1932-3); Sant'Elia (1933-4); and Artecrazia [ect.] / Chris Michaelides560
25.`The Old Was Dying But the New Could Not Be Born': Revolutionary Magazines in Turin: Energie Nove (1918-20); L'Ordine Nuovo (1919-20); Rivoluzione Liberale (1922-4); and Il Baretti (1924-6) / Arianna Bove589
pt. V SCANDINAVIA 
 Introduction613
26.Copenhagen: From the Ivory Tower to Street Activism: Ny Jord (1888-9); Taarnet (1893-4); Ungt Blod (1895-6); Vagten (1899-1900); Klingen (1917-20); Kvœrnen (1920); Buen (1924-5); Sirius (1924-5); Kritisk Revy (1926-8); Baalet (1921-2); Bjerget (1923); Pressen (1923-4); Imorgen (1925,1927); Clarte (1926-7); Monde (1928-31); linien (1934-9); and konkretion [ect.] / Bjarne Søndergaard Bendtsen618
27.Norway: The Province and its Metropolites: Impressionisten (1886-90); Exlex (1919-20); and PLAN (1933-6) / Eirik Vassenden643
28.Crossing Borders: Modernism in Sweden and the Swedish-Speaking Part of Finland: Thalia (1909-13); Ny konst (1915); flamman (1917-21); Ultra (1922); Quosego (1928-9); kontakt (1931); Spektrum (1931-3); and Karavan (1934-5) / Mats Jansson666
pt. VI GERMANY, AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND 
 Introduction693
29.Reality and Utopia in Munich's Premier Magazines: Simplicissimus (1896-1944) and Jugend (1896-1940) / Timothy W. Hiles709
30.`There You Have Munich': Der Blaue Reiter (1912); Revolution (1913); and Der Weg (1919) / Jessica Horsley727
31.Between Art and Activism: Pan (1895-1900, 1910-15); Die weissen Blatter (1913-21); Das neue Pathos (1913-19); and Marsyas (1917-19) / Andreas Kramer750
32.A Critical Mass for Modernism in Berlin: Der Sturm (1910-32); Die Aktion (1911-32); and Sturm-Buhne (1918-19) / Douglas Brent McBride773
33.Transitions: From Expressionism to Dada: Neue Jugend (1914, 1916-17); Die freie Strasse (1915-18); and Club Dada (1918) / Christian Weikop798
34.Berlin Dada and the Carnivalesque: Jedermann sein eigner Fussball (1919) and Der Dada (1919-20) / Christian Weikop816
35.Radical Left Magazines in Berlin: Die Pleite (1919, 1923-4); Der Gegner (1919-22); Der blutige Ernst (1919); Der Kniippel (1923-7); Eulenspiegel (1928-31); and AIZ/VI (1924-38) / Sabine T. Kriebel835
36.`Not to Adorn Life But to Organize It': Veshch. Gegenstand. Objet: Revue internationale de l'art moderne (1922) and G (1923-6) / Stephen Bury855
37.`The Magazine of Enduring Value': Der Querschnitt (1921-36) and the World of Illustrated Magazines / Erika Esau868
38.Dresden: `Collectivity is Dead, Long Live Mankind': Der Komet (1918-19); Menschen (1918-21); and Neue Blatter fur Kunst und Dichtung (1918-21) / Kathleen Chapman888
39.Kiel and Hamburg: Radical `Bildungsburgertum': Die Schdne Raritdt (1917-19); Die Rote Erde (1919-23); Der Sturmreiter (1919-20); and Kundung (1921) / Timothy O. Benson905
40.Cologne: The Magazine as Artistic and Political Imperative: Der Ventilator (1919); Bulletin D (1919); die schammade (1920); Stupid (1920); and a bis z (1929-33) / Lynette Roth925
41.Hanover: `True Art' and `True Dada': Das Hohe Ufer (1919-20); Der Zweemann (1919-20); Der Marstall (1920); and Merz (1923-32) / Dorothea Dietrich947
42.Frankfurt, Leipzig, and Dessau: `neue typographic'---The New Face of a New World: das neue frankfurt (1926-33) and die neue linie (1929-43) / Patrick Rossler969
43.Vienna's `Holy Spring' and Beyond: Ver Sacrum (1898-1903); Almanack der Wiener Werkstatte (1911); Hohe Warte (1904-9); and Deutsche Kunst und Dekoration (1897-1932) / Diane Silverthorne992
44.From the Hapsburg Empire to the Holocaust: Die Fackel (1899-1936) and Der Brenner (1910-54) / Edward Timms1014
45.The Avant-Garde in Swiss Exile 1914-20: Der Mistral (1915); Sirius (1915-16); Cabaret Voltaire (1916); Dada (1917-19); 391 (no. 8, 1918); Der Zeltweg (1919); and Almanack der Freien Zeitung (1918) / Debbie Lewer1032
pt. VII EAST-CENTRAL EUROPE 
 Introduction1059
46.The View from Prague: Moderni revue (1894-1925); Volne smery (1896-1949); Umelecky mesicmk (1911-14); Revolucm sbornik Devetsil (1922); Zivot (1922); Disk (1923-5); Pasmo (1924-6); and ReD (1927-31) / Nicholas Sawicki1074
47.Avant-Garde Periodicals in the Yugoslavian Crucible: Zenit (Zagreb 1921-3, Belgrade 1924-6); Zagreb: Dada-Jok (1922), Dada-Tank (1922), Dada Jazz (1922); Novi Sad: Ut (1922-5); Ljubljana: Svetokret (1921); Rdecipilot (1922); and Tank (1927) / Tyrus Miller1099
48.The Avant-Garde in Budapest and in Exile in Vienna: A Tett (1915-16); Ma (Budapest 1916-19, Vienna 1920-5); Egyseg (1922-4); Akasztott Ember (1922); 2x2 (1922); Ek (1923-4); Is (1924); 365 (1925); Dokumentum (1926-7); and Munka (1928-39) / Tyrus Miller1128
49.Romania: `Windows toward the West': New Forms and the `Poetry of True Life': Revista celor Talti (1908); Insula (1912); Chemarea (1912); Contimporanul (1922-32); HP (1924); Punct (1924-5); Integral (1925-8); Urmuz (1925); and unu (1928-33) / Irina Livezeanu1157
50.Cracow and Warsaw: Becoming the Avant-Garde: Rydwan (first series 1912-14); Maski (1918-19); Wianki (1919-22); Formisci (1919-21); Now a Sztuka (1921-2); Zwrotnica (first series 1922-3); and Blok (1924-6) / Przemyslaw Strozek1184
51.Poznan and Lodz: National Modernism and the International Avant-Garde: Zdroj (1917-22); Yung-Yidish (1919); and Tel-Awiw (1919-21) / Lidia Gluchowska1208
pt. VIII RUSSIA, THE SOVIET UNION, AND UKRAINE 
 Introduction1237
52.St Petersburg/Petrograd/Leningrad: From Aesthetes to Revolutionaries: Mir Iskusstva (1898-1904); Apollon (1909-17); Studiya Impressionistov (1910); Soyuz Molodezhi (1912-13); and Iskusstvo Kommuny (1918-19) / Peter Hellyer1248
53.Modernism Upheld: Moscow Journals of Art and Literature: Vesy (1904-9); Iskusstvo (1905); Zolotoe Runo (1906-9); and Makovets (1922) / Oleg Minin1276
54.From Futurist Iconoclasm to Socialist Construction: Futuristy. Pervyi zhurnal russkikh futuristov (1914); Lef: Levyi front iskusstv (1923-5); Novyi Lef (1927-8); and Internatsional'naya literature (1933-45) / Christina Lodder1299
55.`A Rift on the Left Front?': Lef (1923-5) and Napostu (1923-5) / Emily Finer1319
56.From under Imperial Eyes in Kyiv and Kharkiv Magazines: Ukrainska khata (1909-14); Muzahet (1919); Mystetstvo (1919); Katafalk iskusstva (1922); Semafor u maibutnie (1922); Honh komunkul'ta (1924); Nova generatsiia (1927-30); and Avangard: Almanakh proletarskykh myttsiv Novoi generatsii (1930) / Oleh S. Ilnytzkyj1341
 Select Bibliography1363
 Index1429
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Summary A study of the role of 'little magazines' and their contribution to the making of artistic modernism. A major scholarly achievement of immense value to teachers, researchers and students interested in the material culture of the first half of the 20th century and the relation of the arts to social modernity.
Contents v. 1. Britain and Ireland 1880-1955 -- v. 2. North America 1894-1960 -- v. 3 Europe 1880-1940.
LC subject Little magazines -- History -- 19th century.
Little magazines -- History -- 20th century.
Literature and society -- History -- 19th century.
Literature and society -- History -- 20th century.
Other author Brooker, Peter.
Thacker, Andrew, 1962-
ISBN 9780199211159 (v. 1 : hardcover : acid-free paper)
9780199545810 (v. 2 : hbk.)
9780199659586 (v. 3 : hbk.)
0199211159
WorldCat no. 428818638

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