1. Modern American Literature
4. The Depression Years
5. Chicago Renaissance
Hedonism in the 1950s
and Realism in the 1950s
9. The Beat Generation
10. Realism: American
Late Twentieth-Century Fiction
Late Twentieth-Century Poetry
|11. Late Twntieth-Century Fiction:
- Text: "City of Glass."
Subjects of discussion to be presented in class:
Discussion for class:
- The Achievement of Paul Auster's Fiction
- Auster's protagonists and the anti-detective
- Logocentrism and authority in "City
All these bibliographical references can be found
at the Universidad de La Laguna Central Library
- Critique 39.3 (Spring 1998). "Special
Issue on Paul Auster."
- Little, William G. "Nothing To Go On:: Paul
Auster's City of Glass." Contemporary Literature 38.1 (Spring
- McCaffery, Larry & Sinda Gregory.
"An Interview with Paul Auster." Contemporary Literature 33.1 (Spring
- Barone, Dennis. Beyond the Red Notebook:
Essays on Paul Auster. Philadelphia: U of Pennsylvania P, 1995.
- Nealon, Jeffrey T. "Work of the Detective, Work
of the Writer: Paul Auster's City of Glass." Modern Fiction
Studies 42.1 (Spring 1996): 91-110.
- Zilcosky, John. "The Revenge of the Author:
Paul Auster's Challenge to Theory." Critique 39.3 (Spring
Please, visit these sites for further information
on Paul Auster:
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