Posts Tagged 'Performatism'

Theory on post-postmodernism in literature, film, art and architecture developed by Raoul Eshelman. Defined as “an epoch in which a unified concept of sign and strategies of closure have begun to compete directly with – and displace – the split concept of sign and the strategies of boundary transgression typical of postmodernism.”

Real Fiction (II)

Real Fiction (II)

In Ian McEwan`s Atonement fiction is as ambiguously portrayed as in Kennedy`s “Original Bliss”. But McEwan goes further. He not only portrays the two-faced nature of fiction, he also strongly accentuates its