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By T. Savvas

via a close-reading of the paintings of 5 well-liked American postmodernist writers, this booklet re-evaluates the function of the prior in contemporary American fiction, outlines the improvement of the postmodernist ancient novel and considers the waning impression of postmodernism in modern American literature.

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