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Review of Contemporary Fiction, Volume XXXII, No. 3 The Future of British Fiction

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ISBN-10: 156478892X

ISBN-13: 9781564788924

Edition: N/A

Authors: John O'Brien, Irving Malin, Patricia Waugh, John O'Brien

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This issue of the Reviewof Contemporary Fiction is, for the first time, devoted to—but notdevotional toward—contemporary British fiction. Bringing together writers,literary critics, and academics with the aim of challenging fossilizedapproaches to British contemporary fiction, and attesting to the vitality (orotherwise) of the British novel today, contributors such as Stewart Home, ChinaMiéville, Maureen Freely, and Patricia Waugh pose difficult questions about thestatus of the literary in contemporary Britain—where it’s been, and where it’sgoing.
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List price: $8.00
Publisher: Deep Vellum Publishing
Publication date: 4/23/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 148
Size: 5.90" wide x 8.90" long x 0.60" tall
Weight: 0.550

John O'Brien was born in Galway, Ireland. He studied science before becoming a Franciscan. He has worked in various roles. His writings explore the theme of spirituality and mental healing

Patricia Waugh�is Professor of English Studies at Durham University.