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Tuesday, May 24, 2011
The Novel Is Not Dead Despite Critics’ Best Attempts
At a time when funereal pronouncements and apocalyptic sentiments are all but universal in literary culture—The Death of the Novel, The Death of the Book, The Death of Print, The Death of Copyright—Bakhtin’s great heresy is to remind us that these crises are really more a continual state of dying and being reborn.
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