In A Political Economy of Modernism, Ronald Schleifer examines the
political economy of what he calls 'the culture of modernism' by
focusing on literature and the arts; intellectual disciplines of
post-classical economics; and institutional structures of corporate
capitalism and the lower middle-class. In its wide ranging study
focused on modernist writers (Dreiser, Hardy, Joyce, Stevens,
Woolf, Wells, Wharton, Yeats), modernist artists (Cézanne,... more...