Corpus ID: 150689473

'Popular front politics and the British novel, 1934-1940'

@inproceedings{Taylor2014PopularFP,
  title={'Popular front politics and the British novel, 1934-1940'},
  author={E. Taylor},
  year={2014}
}
This study considers how examining the Popular Front movement against fascism in Britain sheds new light on thirties leftist fiction. It brings into view a range of critically neglected texts, focusing on the work of John Sommerfield, Arthur Calder-Marshall, Jack Lindsay, Lewis Jones and James Barke. The thesis shows how their fiction relates to and participates in a mobilisation of cultural forces against fascism both at home and abroad. The thesis is divided into three parts. Part One… Expand
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