Readings of the avant-garde have frequently sought to identify
utopian moments coded in its works and activities as optimistic
signs of a possible future social life or as the attempt to
preserve hope against the closure of an emergent dystopian present.
This volume casts light on the history, theory and actuality of the
utopian and dystopian strands which run through European modernism
and the avant-garde from the late 19th to the 21st century.
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||European Avant-Garde and Modernism Studies, 4
• Benedikt Hjartarson
• Tomi Huttunen
• Harri Veivo
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