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What Was Literary Impressionism?

  • Introduction: The Upturned Page
  • 1. Almayer’s Face
  • 2. Invisible Writing
  • 3. Ford’s Impressionism
  • 4. Some Impressionist (and Non-Impressionist) Faces
  • 5. “A Blankness to Run At and Dash Your Head Against”
  • 6. Maps, Charts, and Mist
  • 7. The Writing of Revolution
  • 8. Versions of Regression
  • 9. How Literary Impressionism Ended
  • Coda: Four Modernists
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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