Contemporary Literature and the End of the Novel: Creature, by P. Vermeulen

By P. Vermeulen

This booklet explores the paradoxical productiveness of the assumption of the tip of the radical in modern fiction. It exhibits how this concept permits a few of our most vital twenty-first century writers to re-imagine the ethics and politics of literature and to determine intractable different types of lifestyles and affect.

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