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Studying paintings from Ford and Conrad's pre-war impressionism via Rhys's fiction of the overdue Nineteen Thirties, the writer indicates how modernist innovation engages with modifications in early twentieth-century capitalism and tracks the ways that modernist fiction reconfigures capitalist mythologies alongside the fault strains in their inner contradictions.

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