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The Market Logics of Contemporary Fiction

Crosthwaite, Paul
The Market Logics of Contemporary Fiction
This book shows how interrelated shifts in the global financial system and the global publishing industry have transformed the production of contemporary fiction in Britain and the USA. It will appeal to graduate students and researchers working in twenty-first-century literary studies, especially scholars of contemporary British and American fiction.

CHF 126.00

Trauma, Postmodernism, and the Aftermath of World War II

Crosthwaite, Paul
Trauma, Postmodernism, and the Aftermath of World War II
The radical, 'postmodernist' waves of experimentation that swept Anglo-American fiction from the late 1960s constitute a delayed response to the upheavals of the Second World War, yet the legacy of the war barely figures in prevalent accounts of the postmodernist movement. As Paul Crosthwaite shows in this provocative book, to recognize the significance of the war in contemporary culture is to acknowledge that postmodernism, as a sensibility, ...

CHF 96.50