Material Modernism: The Politics of the Page, and: Becoming Marianne Moore: The Early Poems, 1907-1924 (review)

@article{Caserio2004MaterialMT,
  title={Material Modernism: The Politics of the Page, and: Becoming Marianne Moore: The Early Poems, 1907-1924 (review)},
  author={Robert L. Caserio},
  journal={American Literature},
  year={2004},
  volume={76},
  pages={400 - 402}
}
his weekly papers really tell us about the sophistication of African American readers (other than Douglass himself )? When McHenry reaches the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, her recovery rests on firmer ground, namely, print and manuscript accounts of the activities of literary societies. Here we find the classic debate between Washington and DuBois concretely and richly resituated through the audiences of the Bethel Historical and Literary Association in Washington, D.C. and…