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Philip Stevick
Scherezade runs out of plots, goes on talking; the kind, puzzled, listens: an essay on enw fiction ... listens: an essay on new fiction PHILIP STEVICK 1 "Endings are elusive, middles are nowhere ... Is it possible to begin to talk about fiction that strikes us as being in some way new or experimental without ...
Morris Dickstein
Fiction hot and kool: dilemmas of the experimental writer Print Pages:  Page 257 from Issue 33 Fiction hot and kool: dilemmas of the experimental writer Morris Dickstein I noticed that howls ... "The Party" The tribulations of fiction in the early seventies have been (as the phrase goes) ...
Gene Lyons
Report on the fiction collective Print Pages:  Page 635 from Issue 43 REPORT ON THE FICTION COLLECTIVE Gene Lyons "1 write for fun and money," says Gene Lyons, who has supported ... and fiction reviewer for The Nation for the past two years, where he first discussed some of the Fiction ...
Gerald Graff
Under our belt and off our back: Barth's Letters and postmodern fiction Print Pages:  Page 150 from Issue 52 Under our belt and off our back: Barth's Letters and postmodem fiction ... of Replenishment," in which he comes up with a qualified endorsement of postmodern fiction.• But what is post­ modern ...
Political Fiction I I’d put on Joni’s “Last Time I Saw Richard,” like I did whenever I thought ... mother in the hospital. How, she wondered, fictional tears in those beautiful eyes, could a person ... seeing—only remembering—what’s out there beyond the wall. Patrick Nathan Monday, July 16, 2018 Fiction Issue ...
Tom Disch
On science fiction Print Pages:  Page 77 from Issue 49 On science fiction Tom Disch for Peter Nichols We are all cripples. First admit that And it follows we incur no uncommon shame By lying in our beds telling such tales As will serve to cheer those who share our condition. It is a painful business. ...
Richard Kostelanetz
The 'new American fiction' reconsidered Print Pages:  Page 279 from Issue 8 o 'New American Fiction' Reconsidered RICHARD KOSTELANETZ "The news in the Odyssey ... little of the post-Bellow-Malamud­ Baldwin fiction was receiving serious critical scrutiny, I began ...
William Wenthe
Fictions Print Pages:  Page 23 from Issue 86 Fictions William Wenthe Last night I finished the Paradiso­ where Dante, nearing the center of heaven, had found children. He was so lucky, born into a language with words like rimbombo to render the distant falling of water­ still, the struggle he had, ...
Robert Alter
Mimesis and the motive for fiction Print Pages:  Page 228 from Issue 42 Mimesis and the motive for fiction Robert Alter If you suggest some fresh and more ingenious reason for doubting that the author meant what he said, or that what he said had any truth-content of the remotest kind, you win ten points ...
Phyllis Rose
Biography as fiction Print Pages:  Page 111 from Issue 55 Biography as fiction Phyllis Rose We are all prisoners of a rigid conception of what is important and what is not. We anxiously follow what we ... to read the fiction of Chekhov as well as her own fiction and that of Joyce and Proust. She was signaling ...

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