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Modernism /Modernity 1.1 (Jan. 1994). Modernist Studies: Literature and Culture 4 (1982). Spiral-Bound Newsletter. (The Modern World). 2006-04-10

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See also: English (French, German, etc.) literary history. 20th century. Modernism.