Martians, Monsters and Madonna: Fiction and Form in the World of Martin Amis

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The burgeoning postmodern condition forces a reevaluation of the novel as a form; contemporary formlessness has created a new and seemingly endless range of interpretations under which the forms of the past coalesce. Martin Amis, whose novels and stories live this phenomenon and inform this study, has discovered an art form in the literature of decay, where traditional fictional elements, such as time, voice and motivation, have been corrupted by the twentieth century and the revitalized anti-novel. Style has overcome story ...

Martians, Monsters and Madonna: Fiction and Form in the World of Martin Amis 2000, Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers, New York

ISBN-13: 9780820444574

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