Christine Brooke Rose Is One Of The Most Innovative And Yet Critically Neglected Of Contemporary British Writers In This First Full Length Study Of Her Work, Sarah Birch Provides A Comprehensive Reading Of Her Writing, From Her Early Realist Work To The Experimental Fictions Of Novels Such As Out And Xorandor, And Situates It In The Context Of Contemporary Developments In Literature And Literary Theory Birch Asks Why A Novelist Who Has Been So Highly Praised By Critics Is Nevertheless Excluded From The Contemporary Canon, And Shows How Brooke Rose S Position On The Borders Of European And British Cultures Raises Key Questions Concerning The Notion Of A National Tradition And Of Literary Postmodernism.
Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the
- 264 pages
- Christine Brooke-Rose and Contemporary Fiction
- Sarah Birch
- 16 February 2018 Sarah Birch