Our Too Well-lit Fate

Strandquist, Robert
March 2006
Sub-Terrain;2006, Issue 44, p3
The article reflects the author's view regarding the transformation of literature. According to the author, there was a time during the fifties where it gone or lived through dark sides. However, contemporary sense of story is formed by ambiguous delicacies, all in shades of grey but not really black and white at all.


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