Postmodern Fiction: A Bio-bibliographical Guide

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Greenwood Press, 1986 - Fiction - 604 pages
"The scope of the work is broad, with European and Latin American influences well represented. Recommended for collections that emphasize fiction of the past two decades." Library Journal

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Postmodern fiction: a bio-bibliographical guide

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Despite the title, the introduction to this work cautions readers to be wary of such labels as "postmodernism'' and to think more generally of "a highly complex set of ideas or tendencies.'' The work ... Read full review

Contents

Paradoxes of Postmodern Writing
5
Science Fiction in the Postmodern
23
The Extremities of Realism
39
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Caffery /f Larry /r ed.

affery /f Lawrence /i F. /r ed.

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