The Last Ulysseans: Culture and Modernism in Montreal, 1930-1939

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Author/collaborator
Title
The Last Ulysseans: Culture and Modernism in Montreal, 1930-1939
Abstract
Between 1930 and 1939, a diverse group of Montrealers met and socialized at the home of painter John Lyman. Affected by domestic and international economic, political, cultural and intellectual developments in the post-First World War era, this group of friends and acquaintances sought a means to bring about changes in Canadian society. In general, they embraced left-wing causes and supported such organizations as the League for Social Reconstruction and such journals as the Canadian Forum.
Type
Dissertation
University
York University
Place
Toronto
Date
2003
Language
en
Citation
Ungar, Molly Pulver. “The Last Ulysseans: Culture and Modernism in Montreal, 1930-1939.” Dissertation, York University, 2003.
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