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Blank Fictions: Consumerism, Culture and the Contemporary American Novel

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The "Blank Fiction" of young American writers such as Dennis Cooper, Lynne Tillman, Bret Easton Ellis and Susanna Moore represents a shift away from the postwar obsession with dense plots, political subject matter and academic philosophizing. These writers appear to value superficiality over complexity, mass culture over high culture and youth over experience. In the first ...more
Paperback, 185 pages
Published July 15th 1998 by Palgrave Macmillan
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