Contemporary Literature and the End of the Novel: Creature, Affect, Form
This book explores the paradoxical productivity of the idea of the end of the novel in contemporary fiction. It shows how this idea allows some of our most significant twenty-first century writers to re-imagine the ethics and politics of literature and to figure intractable forms of life and affect.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - amydross - LibraryThing
A pretty compelling argument for why opinion pieces on "the death of the novel" are actually good for literature. Also a good overview of the work being done right now in experimental and avant garde lit. Read full review