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Body and Soul: The Making of American Modernism. Art, Music and Letters in the Jazz Age 1919-1926.
by [Jazz-Age Culture] Crunden, Robert M.

Publisher Information:
Basic Books, New York: 2000.

A Fine tight copy in a Fine unclipped dust jacket. The author paints the emergence of the Jazz Age and its hothouse artistic cross-fertilization in the fields of music, art, architecture, literature and photography. While Crunden does show the influences of the European theater, his focus is mostly on the making of American modernism.


Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
ISBN: 0465014844
Book Id: 23383

Price: $75.00

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