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by Graham Greene

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Modernism's Shell-Shocked History: Amnesia, Repetition, and the War in Graham Greene's The Ministry of Fear
"[T]he 1930s quickly became associated with the rejection of high modernism as it had developed after the war and with a renewed dedication to realism."
Contains: Historical Context
Author: Damon Marcel Decoste
From: Twentieth Century Literature Winter 1999

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