Ayers, David. English Literature of the 1920s (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999)

Considers high modernist alongside non-modernist and popular texts, focusing on their engagement with a shared context of social, political and cultural issues. Chapters on: Men and Masculinity; Ideals and Realities of the English Woman; Mass Civilisation and Minority Culture; Sex, Satire and the Jazz Age; England and its Other.

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