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Modernism: The Lure of Heresy - From Baudelaire to Beckett and Beyond (Anglais) Broché – 3 décembre 2009


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"Beautifully written, wide-ranging and psychologically acute, Modernism: The Lure of Heresy is a celebration of the subversive energies that decisively transformed art and culture in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. At once bracingly intelligent and elegiac, Gay's magisterial book is richly rewarding for anyone who wants to understand the fractured world we have all inherited" (Stephen Greenblatt)

"Superbly researched and well recounted. The extent to which many [modernists] "sold out" to their wealthy patrons, adopting the values they once scorned, makes for some engrossing reading" (Scotsman)

"Highly readable, well-illustrated...an intelligent and exciting account of creative individuals and the times in which they worked... An enormous achievement" (New Statesman)

"An exhaustive and lively summary" (James Urquhart Financial Times)

"Written... with a polymathematical verve which carried me with him to the end" (Nicholas Bagnall Sunday Telegraph)

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'Superbly researched and well recounted. The extent to which many [modernists] "sold out" to their wealthy patrons, adopting the values they once scorned, makes for some engrossing reading' Scotsman

In his most ambitious endeavour since Freud, acclaimed cultural historian Peter Gay traces and explores the rise of artistic Modernism, the cultural movement that heralded and shaped the modern world, dominating western high culture for over a century. He traces the revolutionary path of modernism from its Parisian origins to its emergence as the dominant cultural movement in world capitals such as Berlin and New York, resulting in a work unique in its breadth and brilliance.

Lavishly illustrated, Modernism is a superb achievement by one of our greatest historians.

'Highly readable, well-illustrated... an intelligent and exciting account of creative individuals and the times in which they worked...an enormous achievement' New Statesman

'Beautifully written, wide-ranging and psychologically acute, Modernism is a celebration of the subversive energies that decisively transformed art and culture in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. At once bracingly intelligent and elegiac, Gay's magisterial book is richly rewarding for anyone who wants to understand the fractured world we have all inherited' Stephen Greenblatt




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