Holbrook Jackson The Eighteen Nineties

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The Eighteen Nineties

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First published in 1913, Holbrook Jackson's The Eighteen Nineties is without doubt the authoritative work on the raffish, scandalous and tempestuous 'Yellow Nineties' of Beardsley, Wilde, Beerbohm and the rest. An exceptional prose stylist, Jackson reviews the awakening of the 1890s before the Great War. The realisation of new possibilities, and the intent to live life more fully and intensely, aroused quite new passions and enthusiasm. He interprets the decade in terms of personalities, arguing that the period has quite a distinct character. It is an extraordinarily self-contained and rich period in the arts and besides individual works of art, its relics are certain moods, attitudes, fantastic anticipations. Jackson synthesises the various movements and relates them to one another, to their foreign influences, and to the main trends of British national art and life.

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Holbrook Jackson (1874-1948) was an esteemed editor, essayist and author. He published over twenty books on literature and the arts.

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"Mr Jackson approaches his task with splendid enthusiasm....has the gift of putting a volume of criticism into a phrase." --New York Times Book Review on first publication.

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Descrizione libro Faber Finds. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Paperback. 418 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.3in. x 1.4in.First published in 1913, Holbrook Jacksons The Eighteen Nineties is without doubt the authoritative work on the raffish, scandalous and tempestuous Yellow Nineties of Beardsley, Wilde, Beerbohm and the rest. An exceptional prose stylist, Jackson reviews the awakening of the 1890s before the Great War. The realisation of new possibilities, and the intent to live life more fully and intensely, aroused quite new passions and enthusiasm. He interprets the decade in terms of personalities, arguing that the period has quite a distinct character. It is an extraordinarily self-contained and rich period in the arts and besides individual works of art, its relics are certain moods, attitudes, fantastic anticipations. Jackson synthesises the various movements and relates them to one another, to their foreign influences, and to the main trends of British national art and life. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9780571272976

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