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Saul Bellow Against the Grain (Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction) ePub download

by Ellen Pifer

  • Author: Ellen Pifer
  • ISBN: 0812213696
  • ISBN13: 978-0812213690
  • ePub: 1869 kb | FB2: 1401 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (June 1, 1991)
  • Pages: 222
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Saul Bellow Against the Grain (Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction) ePub download

Pifer contends that Bellow's fiction is radical

Pifer contends that Bellow's fiction is radical. Going against the grain of contemporary culture and its secular pieties, the novelist undermines accepted notions of reality and challenges the "orthodoxies" created by materialist values and rationalist thought. Bellow's ten novels actually test the assumptions of traditional realism†the genre with which his fiction is usually identified. Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press.

Pifer contends that Bellow's fiction is radical.

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Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction. Bellow's ten novels actually test the assumptions of traditional realism-the genre with which his fiction is usually identified.

Pifer contends that Bellow's fiction is radical. Going against the grain of contemporary culture and its secular pieties, the novelist undermines accepted notions of reality and challenges the "orthodoxies" created by materialist values and rationalist thought. Bellow's ten novels actually test the assumptions of traditional realism—the genre with which his fiction is usually identified.