By Adam J. Goldwyn,Renée M. Silverman

This ebook explores how
Modernist activities all around the Mediterranean basin differed from those
of different regions. The chapters convey how the political and economic
turmoil of a interval marked through global warfare, revolution, decolonization,
nationalism, and the fast increase of latest applied sciences pressured artists,
writers, and different intellectuals to create a brand new hybrid Mediterranean Modernist
aesthetic which sought to stability the tensions among neighborhood and foreign,
tradition and innovation, and colonial and postcolonial.                                                        

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