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Wad Just
Vietnam-- Fiction and Fact Print Pages:  Page 215 from Issue 65 Vietnam-Fiction and Fact Ward lust I wish I were completely certain that there was a relationship between writers and the world. My ... "Why bother?" Specifically, why bother writing fiction when all a writer has to do is to go ...
Albert J. Guerard
Notes on the rhetoric of anti-realist fiction Print Pages:  Page 3 from Issue 30 Notes on the rhetoric of anti-realist fiction ALBERT 1. GUERARD One approaches this enterprise with sinking heart, if only because the term anti-realist seems to offend many, perhaps because it seems to call into question ...
Frank McConnell
The corpse of the dragon: notes on postromantic fiction Print Pages:  Page 273 from Issue 33 The corpse of the dragon: notes on postromantic fiction Frank McConnell I must create a system or be enslaved by another man 's.-William Blake I want to take Blake's manifesto as seriously as possible ...
Gerald Graff
Babbitt at the abyss: the social context of postmodern American fiction Print Pages:  Page 305 from Issue 33 Babbitt at the abyss: the social context of postmodem American fiction Gerald Graff Characteristics of the angry young book: The angry young book should be a good true book ofafamiliarand reliable ...
Johnny Payne
Epistolary Fiction and Intellectual Life in a Shattered Culture: Ricard Piglia and John Barth Print Pages:  Page 171 from Issue 80 Epistolary Fiction and Intellectual Life in a Shattered Culture: Ricardo Piglia and John Barth Johnny Payne I The military dictatorship ruling Argentina from 1976 to 1983 ...
Ann Vickery
"A Mobile Fiction": Barbara Guest and Modern Pastoral Print Pages:  Page 246 from Issue 116 Ann Vickery "A Mobile Fiction": Barbara Guest and Modern Pastoral Following the influence of modernist artists like Matisse, Picasso, and Mira, and of Abstract Expressionism, the group ...
Rodney Jones
On Fiction; Sook; Deathly Print Pages:  Page 125 from Issue 128 Rodney] ones On Fiction To enjoy a story I have to put myself in the protagonist's shoes­ literally-as if for the instant of the telling, I have become the ideal podiatrist, and I expect real scenes-a stable at a hunt club or a Kwik ...
David Breskin
Escape Velocity; Literary Fiction; Welfare Reform Print Pages:  Page 351 from Issue 107-108 TRIQUARTERLY Three Poems David Breskin Escape Velocity Thrust then blur, ripe speed, a gentle pricking of atmosphere into the black yonder: carrying a payload of past-due bills from father, mother's invoice ...
Mark Halliday
Bonite in the Park; Special Heads; Fiction Funk Print Pages:  Page 192 from Issue 119 Mark Halliday Bon ite in the Park Private silence drove him out to the silence of public noise. He was not young but he was a boy. He hated the word typical. In this park there were invisible gnats which dissolved ...

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