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Pollard, Charles W.


New World Modernisms
T.S. Eliot, Derek Walcott, and Kamau Brathwaite Charles W. Pollard

James Clifford tells us that modernism has become a "traveling culture" because it reflects the "discrepant cosmopolitanism" of the twentieth century – that is, a world in which people are paradoxically migratory yet rooted, international yet local. Perhaps modernism has traveled so well because it... More


New World Modernisms
T.S. Eliot, Derek Walcott, and Kamau Brathwaite Charles W. Pollard

James Clifford tells us that modernism has become a "traveling culture" because it reflects the "discrepant cosmopolitanism" of the twentieth century—that is, a world in which people are paradoxically migratory yet rooted, international yet local. Perhaps modernism has traveled so well because it... More