Andrew Gallix on the Death of Literature

Is literature a work of disappearance?
As part of The Guardian website's 'In Theory' series, Andrew Gallix discusses the role of contemporary literature, and the work of Tom McCarthy, Lee Rourke and Lars Iyer: 'By this token, the novels of Tom McCarthy, Lee Rourke and Iyer himself are not so much evidence of a nouveau roman revival as instances of a new type of hauntological fiction which explores the lost futures of Modernism.' [Read More]

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