Revolution : the event in postwar fiction /
Socially, politically and artistically, the 1950s make up an odd interlude between the first half of the twentieth century-still tied to the problems and orders of the Victorian era and Gilded Age and the pervasive transformations of the later sixties. In Revolution, Matthew Wilkens argues that post...
Johns Hopkins University Press,
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