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From the Publisher"Remind[s] us how powerful the ideological battles over meaning-making can be, particularly at decisive moments such as the Great Depression."
— American Journalism
"This text's subtle exposition of an unacknowledged countertradition in 1930s writing makes it a valuable contribution to the decade's cultural history."
— American Historical Review
Sensational Modernism brilliantly explores the 'bloody crossroads' where the socialist politics of the 1930s and modernist literary style met.
—Paul Lauter, Trinity College
Entin's study will be an important addition to the revisioning of that decade from so many directions in recent years.
—Miles Orvell, Temple University