Postmodernism and Contemporary Fiction
Batsford, 1991 - 206 Seiten
Providing an up-dated introduction to the discussion on post-modernist fiction, this text explores geographical trends, the work of major writers and cultures within the movement. It questions the term postmodernism by considering those features which distinguish it from both modernist and contemporary fiction.
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List of Contributors
Centres of Postmodernism
Some American Postmod
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