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Levenson, Michael H. "Consciousness." In A Genealogy of Modernism, Cambridge University Press, 1984, pp. 1-22.

Levenson's chapter explains how Joseph Conrad and Henry James introduced narrative innovations that the next generation of writers built on. A good comparative description of style and narrative point of view (nineteenth-century authorial omniscience versus limited-point-of-view technique).

James, Henry. The Art of the Novel: Critical Prefaces, New York: Scribners, 1934.

An excellent companion text for the study of James. In this collected edition of critical prefaces, James presents the circumstances which gave rise to some of his narratives' composition, as well as wide-ranging commentary on diverse aspects of each work.

Woolf, Virginia. "Modern Fiction." In The Gender of Modernism, edited by Bonnie Kime Scott, Indiana University Press, 1990, pp. 628-33.

In this brief essay, Virginia Woolf, a Modernist writer, explains which techniques and concerns Modernist writers have in such a way as to make clear why...

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