Fiction After September 11 and the Destabilization of Mass Narratives

Elmets, Michael W.

September 11, 2001 can be, and, perhaps, more often than not is, regarded as a turning point in the history of the United States – its politics, its version of diplomacy, its understanding of terrorism, violence, and catastrophe, its popular culture, its literature. While novelists have been slow to respond to the events of September 11, works of fiction have begun to be produced. Codification... read more

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