The Pathos of Modernism: Henry James, Virginia Woolf, and Gertrude Stein (With a Coda on J.M. Coetzee)
"On or about December 1910, human character changed," writes Virginia Woolf in 1924. Deliberately absurd in the precision of its dating, the sentence neatly registers a tipping point in a development that had been gathering force for nearly a hundred years. By the turn of the century, the...
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