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The Vogue for Russia Modernism and the Unseen in Britain 1900-1930,9780748647293
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The Vogue for Russia Modernism and the Unseen in Britain 1900-1930



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Edinburgh University Press

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Author Biography

Dr Caroline Maclean is Visiting Research Fellow at the Institute of English Studies, University of London. She has published articles on Mary Butts and Pyotr Ouspensky's Fourth Dimension; on Eisenstein's Filmic Fourth Dimension and H.D.; and on Russian Aesthetics in Britain: Kandinsky, Sadleir and Rhythm. She is also writing a book on Early Film Theorists for the Routledge Critical Thinkers Series.

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