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A Reading Life

A study in constant reinvention

By James Sallis
August 14, 2005

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Now that the great wave of postmodernism has receded, leaving us all behind (as Yeats wrote) gasping on the sand, there's little talk of ''experimental" writing. Back almost half a century, though, during the period I lived in London and edited New Worlds, there was a great deal of such talk, and considerable action to match. The French new novel ... (Full article: 837 words)

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