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Charles Madge

Charles Madge


Best known as one of the founders of Mass-Observation, Charles Madge (1912–96) also had a parallel career as an acclaimed poet, finding recognition alongside fellow left-wing literary figures in the 1930s. The Charles Madge Archive at Sussex contains material useful for scholars of either literature or sociology, and Madge’s links to key figures of twentieth-century thought in the arts and social sciences (including TS Eliot, Kathleen Raine and JM Keynes) mean that his papers illuminate activity across a range of disciplines.


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