This concluding chapter summarizes the ways in which close attention to slow print might unbalance some of our dominant ideas about literary modernism in particular. Drawing upon the preceding discussions, it identifies elements of modernist aesthetics emerging in the radical sphere, as well as conventional critical ideas about modernism emerging in this same discursive space. It also suggests that attention to the radical press archive will remind us that literary movements coalesce not merely around the collective work of a group of individual writers, but around a print context that shapes literary production both materially and culturally.
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