Reality Isn't What It Used to Be: Theatrical Politics, Ready-To-Wear Religion, Global Myths, Primitive Chic, and Other Wonders of the Postmodern Worl

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Harper & Row, 1990 - History - 288 pages
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Takes a look at the postmodern society we live in, and discusses such topics as Ronald Reagan and New Age religions

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User Review  - PedrBran - LibraryThing

I just reread this book. Although it was published in 1990, it is still one of the best descriptions of postmodernism out there. If you are interested in postmodernism and looking for a place to start ... Read full review

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User Review  - Shelby - Goodreads

I don't know how to rate this book...I do know that I threw it at the wall a couple of times..but I learned alot from it thou...Very shocking, disturbing, frightening and enlightening!! Read full review

Contents

To See the Wizard
29
Science and the Creative Brain
55
The Meanings of Literature
79
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Walter Truett Anderson has explored many different facets of contemporary life and evolutionary change in his essays, books, poetry and journalism. His recent books include "The Future of the Self," "Evolution Isn't What It Used to Be," and "All Connected Now: Life in the First Global Civilization," He lives near San Francisco, California.

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