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From: Atlantic Monthly[(essay date October 1995) In the following essay, Amis labels The Adventures of Augie March as the "Great American Novel" and presents an overview of the characteristics that render the novel as a distinctly American...
From: William Carlos Williams Review[(essay date spring 2006) In the following essay, Boone discusses The Great American Novel as a metafictional work and deems it an innovative and unique text that "anticipates postmodern fiction."] In the early 1920s...
From: Genre[(essay date spring 1981) In the following essay, Schulz assesses John Barth's epistolary novel, LETTERS, discussing the plot and exploring the way Barth unites the genres of epistolary and confessional novels in the...
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