Paul Auster's Postmodernity
This book focuses upon the literary and autobiographical writings of American novelist Paul Auster, investigating his literary postmodernity in relation to a full range of his writings. Martin addresses Auster’s evocation of a range of postmodern notions, such as the duplicitous art of self-invention, the role of chance and contingency, authorial authenticity and accountability, urban dislocation, and the predominance of duality.
248 pages; ISBN 9781135898113
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Title: Paul Auster's Postmodernity
Author: Brendan Martin