Corridor: Media Architectures in American Fiction

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University of Minnesota Press, 2013 - American fiction - 254 pages
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"Corridor" offers a series of conceptually provocative readings that illuminate a hidden and surprising relationship between architectural space and modern American fiction. By paying close attention to fictional descriptions of some of modernityOCOs least remarkable structures, Kate Marshall discovers a rich network of connections between corridors and novels, one that also sheds new light on the nature of modern media.

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DAVID MARSHALL and KATE MARSHALL, both marketing professionals, are the best-selling authors of "The Book of Myself, The Book of Us," and "Words to Live By," The Marshalls have been happily married for twenty-three years and live in Moraga, California.

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