Modernist Journals

Critical Editions Produced by Students at Rider University

Critical Edition: The Egoist Volume 5 Issue 5 – A Look Through the Eyes of Dora Marsden

The Egoist Volume 5 Issue 5 Full Introduction Dora Marsden wrote this 5th Issue of Volume 5 of The Egoist in 1915 where although the primary focus was on realism … Continue reading

May 8, 2018 · Leave a comment

Dora Marsden & The Male Feminist

By: Sean Hubert & Emily Scott The Egoist was a literary magazine based in London that ran a total of 74 issues between 1914 and 1919. The magazine was originally … Continue reading

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The Egoist: Foreign Affairs and World War I

Introduction to The Egoist by Jordyn DiMarco and Marissa Stinson The Freewoman, The New Freewoman, and The Egoist were three iterations of the same magazine founded and edited by Dora … Continue reading

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Blast Volume One: Political Uneasiness

Gina DiAntonio and Melissa Santiago Professor Harris ENG 347-G1 March 21, 2018   Introduction of Blast: Volume One The predecessor of the modern day “diss track,” Blast was a magazine … Continue reading

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The Aftershocks of Blast!: A look into the Punk Movement

Susan Russo & Brianna Buck Introduction Blast! Issue One was edited by Wyndham Louis and included contributions from many authors including Ezra Pound, Maddox Hueffer, Rebecca West, Edward Wadsworth, and … Continue reading

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Men in Blast: Wyndham Lewis’ and Ezra Pound’s impact Towards Literature

Introduction Vorticism. Violence. Raw, brutal honesty. These were just of the themes that Blast, a popular literary magazine in Britain, blared out. Blast served to spread the vorticist movement and provide the pathway for … Continue reading

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Wyndham Lewis and Blast: Critical Editions

Introduction Blast, the early twentieth-century art and literary magazine first published in 1914, has many aspects as both a work of art and a piece of history that make it … Continue reading

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Ezra Pound & George Antheil: Vorticist Music following Blast.

Introduction Blast magazine is a two-volume literary and art publication that came out of London before and at the start of the First World War. The agenda and visual style … Continue reading

May 5, 2016 · 1 Comment

The Egoist Vol. 1 Issue 23

Amber Lohnes and Kimberly Rodriguez INTRO By December 1st of 1914, The New Freewoman had officially been changed to The Egoist for just about a year. Marsden had decided to … Continue reading

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Blast I (1914) Critical Edition

Introduction July 1, 1914 – Wyndham Lewis releases the first edition of Blast, a literary magazine, and it sends shock waves. The cover of the magazine is a very unorthodox … Continue reading

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