Kurt Vonnegut and the American novel : a postmodern iconography /
The novels of Kurt Vonnegut depict a profoundly absurd and distinctly postmodern world. But in this critical study, Robert Tally argues that Vonnegut himself is actually a modernist, who is less interested in indulging in the free play of signifiers than in attempting to construct a model that could...
Continuum International Pub.,
|Series:||Continuum literary studies.
|Online Access:||Available via EBSCO eBook Collection |
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