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by Justus Nieland
Author: Justus Nieland
Publisher: University of Illinois Press (February 19, 2008)
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Subcategory: History and Criticism
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Feeling Modern is handsomely written, and Nieland betrays a more . Nieland finds, at the eccentric heart of modernism, a critique of the role of emotional propriety in collective life and an ethos of public comportment.
Feeling Modern is handsomely written, and Nieland betrays a more fine-grained sensibility than many of his professional peers. This rigorous and original study combines theories of the public sphere, cinema, and visual culture with a growing body of critical work on affect. Feeling Modern recovers the affective and poetic dimensions of public life that make it ever worth living.
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Feeling Modern is about something larger. He calls it a tentative phenomenology of the public world-though he doesn't presume that this world can ever be entirely established or settled. His book, quite wonderfully, is about the eccentric feelings and passions brought into play in the movement's "public work," and the means of discovering and creating new publics. Nieland's book stands as one of the best recent efforts to explore in detail modernism's encounters with public life in the early half of the twentieth century
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The Eccentricities of Public Life. Published March 13, 2008 by University of Illinois Press.
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Feeling Modern: The Eccentricities of Public Life: ISBN 9780252075469 (978-0-252-07546-9) Softcover, University of Illinois Press, 2008. Film Noir: Hard-boiled Modernity and the Cultures of Globalization (Routledge Film Guidebooks). by Jennifer Fay, Justus Nieland. Coauthors & Alternates.
Nieland’s study offers striking new readings of Lynch’s major works (Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart .
Nieland’s study offers striking new readings of Lynch’s major works (Eraserhead, Blue Velvet, Wild at Heart, Mulholland D. Inland Empire) and his early experimental films, placing Lynch’s experimentalism within the aesthetic traditions of modernism and the avant-garde; the genres of melodrama, film noir, and art cinema; architecture and design history; and contemporary debates about cinematic ontology in the wake.
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A new look at modernism's relationship to human feeling and the public sphere. Download Free Books Downloader.
This rigorous and original study combines theories of the public sphere, cinema, and visual culture with a growing body of critical work on affect. While modernist feeling is often described either as a reservoir of romantic inwardness or as an inhuman hostility to sentiment, Justus Nieland challenges these notions by approaching emotion through a poetics of modernist publicity. He argues that modernists championed feelings as primarily public products of modernity rather than as the private property of the self.
Nieland's fresh account of the moderns' revolutionary designs on feeling also offers a new understanding of modernist publicness that includes self-presentation in popular theatrical spaces and public feelings enabled by performance, film, and other public amusements. Positing Charlie Chaplin as the embodiment of the modern "eccentric," Nieland explores the wildness of feeling in the work of many other key modernists, including Wyndham Lewis, Sergei Eisenstein, Marsden Hartley, E. E. Cummings, Joseph Cornell, Nathanael West, and Djuna Barnes. Ranging widely across modernist literature, avant-garde film, popular performance, and the visual arts of the modernist period, this study demonstrates that eccentric feeling is the emotional climate of modern alienation. Nieland finds, at the eccentric heart of modernism, a critique of the role of emotional propriety in collective life and an ethos of public comportment. Feeling Modern recovers the affective and poetic dimensions of public life that make it ever worth living.