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to be found by denying its existence. The fiction of the future and the criticism of the future must find ... digress a bit in order to discuss the uses of fiction in general, before considering the way these uses ... relate to the present situ­ ation and the future. Fiction has always been characterized by its ability ...
remains: How can fiction be most useful to mankind in the present and the future? Can it function once ... within the problem. If fictions are model versions of reality, rather than either records of the real ... And here we may call upon the history of fiction to help us. For the relationship thought to exist between ...
Page 338 from Issue 26 On the other hand, the correspondences among new writers of fiction ... suggest, as much as the differences between them, why it is that new fiction is so little understood. ... that recent fiction no longer orients itself according to its own relations to the modernist masters ...
For a long time serious discussion of new fiction has been hindered by the cumbersome, vacuous business ... of dying forms. The new fiction of the past twenty years is worth attending to on its own terms, ... not because it is living while something else has died. I suggest two ways into the new fiction I describe. ...
is allowed to prevail as the primary quality 0/ the ex­ perience. In the fiction of Richardson the principle ... is most fully realized and firmly established, that the data of the fiction, its places, things, ... sees it and reports it to us. So it has been with fiction ever since. To see, in fiction, is to rank, ...
Fiction I, 420 p. $2.95 #27 Literature and Culture of the Russian Emigration I, 368p. $2.95 #28 Literature ... and Culture of the Russian Emigration II, 256p. $2.95 1974 #29 Ongoing American Fiction 11,216 p. $2.95 #30 ... A Context for Ongoing American Fiction, 140 p. $2.95 #31 Contemporary Asian Literature, 244 p. $3.50 1975 ...
#27 #28 1974 Ongoing American Fiction I, 420 p. Literature and Culture of the Russian Emigration I, ... 368p. Literature and Culture of the Russian Emigration II, 256p. #29 #30 #31 Ongoing American Fiction ... II, 216 p. A Context for Ongoing American Fiction, 140 p. Contemporary Asian Literature, 244 p. 1975 ...
Ongoing American Fiction I, 420 p. $2.95 #27 Literature and Culture of the Russian Emigration I, 368p. ... Fiction II, 216 p. $2.95 #30 A Context for Ongoing American Fiction, 140 p. $2.95 #31 Contemporary Asian ... Literature, 244 p. $3.50 1975 #32 Anti-Object Art, 180 p. op #33 Ongoing American Fiction ill, 340 p. $3.50 ...
Fiction I, 420 p. $2.95 #27 Literature and Culture of the Russian Emigration I, 368p. op #28 Literature ... and Culture of the Russian Emigration II, 256p. $2.95 1974 #29 Ongoing American Fiction 11,216 p. $2.95 #30 ... A Context for Ongoing American Fiction, 140 p. $2.95 #31 Contemporary Asian Literature, 244 p. $3.50 1975 ...
Spring / Summer 1989
Page from Issue 75 #46 Fiction: by Arturo Vivante, Maxine Kumin, Francine Prose, Nicholas ... and nine more. 296 pp. $5.95 #47 Love/Hate: fiction by Robert Stone, Oakley Hall, Joyce Carol Oates, Angela ... Carver, Dorothy M. Johnson and others. 312 pp. $5.95 #49 Science Fiction: featuring Tom Disch, Ursula K. ...

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