Twenty-first-century fiction : contemporary British voices / Daniel Lea.
- Manchester, Michigan : Manchester University Press, 2017.
- Manchester Spenser.
1 online resource (266 pages).
- English fiction -- 21st century -- History and criticism.
- Electronic books.
- This work offers readings of five of the most interesting and original voices to have emerged in Britain since the millennium as they tackle the challenges of portraying the new century. Through close readings of the work of Ali Smith, Andrew O'Hagan, Tom McCarthy, Sarah Hall and Jon McGregor, Daniel Lea opens a window onto the formal and thematic concerns that characterise a literary landscape troubled by both familiar and unfamiliar predicaments. These include questions about the meaning of humanness in an age of digital intercourse; about the need for a return to authenticity in the wake of postmodernism; and about the dislocation of self from the other under neoliberal individualism.
- Previously issued in print: 2016.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed January 30, 2017).
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