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This book tells the story of a generation of writers who were passionately engaged with politics and with cinema, exploring the rise and fall of a distinct tradition of cinematic literature Dismayed by the rise of fascism in Europe and by the widening gulf separating the classes at home, these writers turned to cinema as a popular and hard hitting art form Lara Feigel crThis book tells the story of a generation of writers who were passionately engaged with politics and with cinema, exploring the rise and fall of a distinct tradition of cinematic literature Dismayed by the rise of fascism in Europe and by the widening gulf separating the classes at home, these writers turned to cinema as a popular and hard hitting art form Lara Feigel crosses boundaries between high modernism and social realism and between high and popular culture, bringing together Virginia Woolf with W.H Auden, Elizabeth Bowen with John Sommerfield, Sergei Eisenstein with Gracie Fields The book ends in the Second World War, an era when the bombs and searchlights rendered everyday life cinematic Feigel interrogates the genres she maps, drawing on cultural theories from the 1920s onwards to investigate the nature of the cinematic and the literary While it was not possible directly to transfer the techniques of the screen to the page any than it was possible to go over to the working classes, the attempts nonetheless reveal a fascinating intersection of the visual and the verbal, the political and the aesthetic In reading between the frames of an unexplored literary tradition, this book redefines 1930s and wartime literature and politics.