It almost goes without saying that the rise in popularity of television has killed the audience for "serious" literature. This is such a given that reading Fitzpatrick's challenge to this notion can be very disconcerting, as she traces the ways in which a small cadre of writers of "serious" literature--DeLillo, Pynchon, and Franzen, for instance--have propagated this myth in order to set themselve......
|Title||:||The Anxiety of Obsolescence: The American Novel in the Age of Television (Paperback) - Common|
|Publisher||:||Vanderbilt University Press|
|Number of Pages||:||567 Pages Page|
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