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American Fiction of the 1990s : Reflections of history and culture.

By: Prosser, Jay.
Contributor(s): Prosser, Jay.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016Copyright date: ©2009Description: 1 online resource (257 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781134077465.Subject(s): American fiction--20th century--History and criticismGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: American Fiction of the 1990s : Reflections of history and cultureDDC classification: 813/.5409353 LOC classification: PS374.S7A45 2008Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Transnational borders -- 2 Outside in: Latino/ a un-bordering in US fiction -- 3 "Come change your destiny, turn suffering into silver and joy" Constituting Americans -- 4 America as diaphor: Cultural translation in Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder if the World -- Part II Race cathexes -- 5 Red, white and black: Racial exchanges in fiction by Sherman Alexie -- 6 In the shadow of the gun: African-American fiction and the anxieties of nostalgia -- 7 Tragic no more? The reappearance of the racially mixed character -- Part III Historical narratives -- 8 The way we were(n't): Origins and empire in Thomas Pynchon's -- 9 Contesting the historical pastoral in Philip Roth's American Trilogy -- 10 Skating on a shit field: Tim O'Brien and the topography of trauma -- Part IV Sex images -- 11 A painful progress: Queer fiction and the American protest literature tradition -- 12 Regular Lolitas: The afterlives of an American adolescent -- 13 Glamorama, Fight Club, and the terror of narcissistic abjection -- Part V Postmodern technologies -- 14 Beyond the Cold War in Don DeLillo's Mao II and Underworld -- 15 Selfless cravings: Addiction and recovery in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest -- 16 The end of postmodernism: American fiction at the millennium -- Index.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Notes on contributors -- Introduction -- Part I Transnational borders -- 2 Outside in: Latino/ a un-bordering in US fiction -- 3 "Come change your destiny, turn suffering into silver and joy" Constituting Americans -- 4 America as diaphor: Cultural translation in Bharati Mukherjee's The Holder if the World -- Part II Race cathexes -- 5 Red, white and black: Racial exchanges in fiction by Sherman Alexie -- 6 In the shadow of the gun: African-American fiction and the anxieties of nostalgia -- 7 Tragic no more? The reappearance of the racially mixed character -- Part III Historical narratives -- 8 The way we were(n't): Origins and empire in Thomas Pynchon's -- 9 Contesting the historical pastoral in Philip Roth's American Trilogy -- 10 Skating on a shit field: Tim O'Brien and the topography of trauma -- Part IV Sex images -- 11 A painful progress: Queer fiction and the American protest literature tradition -- 12 Regular Lolitas: The afterlives of an American adolescent -- 13 Glamorama, Fight Club, and the terror of narcissistic abjection -- Part V Postmodern technologies -- 14 Beyond the Cold War in Don DeLillo's Mao II and Underworld -- 15 Selfless cravings: Addiction and recovery in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest -- 16 The end of postmodernism: American fiction at the millennium -- Index.

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