Urban Nothingness as a Postmodern Concept in Paul Auster’s Fiction
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The aim of this investigation is to discover and analyze the ways in which Paul Auster, through his narrative, conveys a postmodernist view of man and his environment, specifically through a recurrent theme of his fiction: Nothingness. Nothingness is herewith regarded as a characteristic of the post-modern, fragmented city- urban nothingness- and the effects of this nothingness dimension upon the city’s inhabitants is further analysed.
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