Preface Notes on the Contributors PART I: MODERN/MODERNIST Eclipsed by Modernism; N.L.Paxton Transforming the Victorian; L.Hapgood PART II: HISTORY/TIME Continuity and Rupture in English Novels of the First World War; F.Manning, J.Rignall& R.H.Mottram G.K.Chesterton and the Terrorist Outside Modernism; R.Caserio PART III: GENDER/SEXUALITY Engendering Modernism: The Vernacular Modernism of Radclyffe Hall; R.Dellamora Writing Around Modernism; M.Sinclair, L.Pykett& R.West Delimiting Modernism and the Literary Field: D.H.Lawrence and The Lost Gir l; A.Ardis PART IV: GEOGRAPHY/SPACE Pan and the Open Road: Critical Paganism in R.L. Stevenson, K.Grahame, E.Thomas and E.M.Forster; W.Greenslade The Unwritten Suburb: Defining Spaces in John Galsworthy's The Man of Property; L.Hapgood Reconsidering Colonial Romance: Maud Diver and the 'Ethnographic Real'; N.L.Paxton PART V: EPILOGUE From Realism to Radicalism; P.Hamilton, H.Green, J.Lucas& S.T.Warner Bibliography Index
ANN ARDIS Associate Professor of English and Director of the University Honours Programme, University of Delaware ROBERT L. CASERIO Chair, Department of English, Temple University, Philadelphia RICHARD DELLAMORA Lecturer, Departments of English and Cultural Studies, Trent University WILLIAM GREENSLADE Principal Lecturer, University of the West of England JOHN LUCAS Research Professor of English, Nottingham Trent University LYN PYKETT Professor of English, University of Wales, Aberystwyth JOHN RIGNALL Senior Lecturer, Department of English and Comparative Literature Studies, University of Warwick
LYNNE HAPGOOD is Head of the English Division at the Nottingham Trent University. In 1993 she won a Fullbright Award for a semester at Northern Arizona University where her collaboration with Nancy Paxton began. Her essays have appeared in several books and important journals such as Literature and History, Literature and Theology and Journal of Victorian Culture. - NANCY PAXTON is Professor of English at Northern Arizona University. She is author of George Eliot and Herbert Spencer: Feminism, Evolutionism, and the Reconstruction of Gender, and Writing under the Raj: Gender, Race, and Rape in the British Colonial Imagination, 1830-1947.