Quarantined Culture - Australian Reactions to Modernism 1913-1939Author:
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Summary: This engaging and provocative work examines the impact of the First World War on Australian attitudes to modernist art. John Williams argues that between 1914-1939, Australia became an inward-looking, reactionary society, in contrast with the cosmopolitan openness displayed in the media of the prewar years.
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