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... and autobiography , its general sense of play and formal outrageousness ... his fiction as to obliterate any real sense that he is transcribing anything ...
In these stories lies the secret lore of American society , the private myths by which its citizens make sense of their lives .
Although Arguedas incarnates his language with a social sense rooted in the experience of the dominated classes , Cabrera Infante renders his senseless ...
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Postmodern fiction: a bio-bibliographical guideUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
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
Paradoxes of Postmodern Writing
Science Fiction in the Postmodern
The Extremities of Realism
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