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Free eBook Middle Grounds: Studies in Contemporary American Fiction (Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction) download ISBN: 0812280695
Author: Alan Wilde
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (November 1, 1987)
Language: English
Pages: 198
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism
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Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction.

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Grounds: Studies in Contemporary American Fiction (Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction). Alan Wilde identifies and defends what he calls "midfiction," which rejects both the extremes of realism and experimental, self-reflexive fiction.

Middle Grounds: Studies in Contemporary American Fiction (Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction). by Elise Moss and Alan Wilde. He offers as examples the best works of Apple, Berger, Barthelme, Pynchon, and Paley.

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Series: Penn Studies in Contemporary American Fiction. Paperback: 222 pages. Pages with related products. See and discover other items: penn state books. Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (June 1, 1991).

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10 Contemporary American literature. 11 Minority literatures. 12 Nobel Prize in Literature winners (American authors). 13 American literary awards. 14 Literary theory and criticism. 1. Additional genres. Regional and minority focuses in American literature. The first item printed in Pennsylvania was in German and was the largest book printed in any of the colonies before the American Revolution. Spanish and French had two of the strongest colonial literary traditions in the areas that now comprise the United States, and discussions of early American literature commonly include.

Middle Grounds: Studies in Contemporary American Fiction. Elizabeth Ammons is Professor of English and of American Studies at Tufts University. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1987.

Alan Wilde identifies and defends what he calls "midfiction," which rejects both the extremes of realism and experimental, self-reflexive fiction. He offers as examples the best works of Apple, Berger, Barthelme, Pynchon, and Paley.