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Inhaltsangabe zu „Auster's memory. (Paul Auster) (Paul Auster/Danilo Kis): An article from: The Review of Contemporary Fiction“ von Dennis Barone

This digital document is an article from The Review of Contemporary Fiction, published by Review of Contemporary Fiction on March 22, 1994. The length of the article is 1567 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.<BR><BR>From the supplier: Paul Auster's 'The Invention of Solitude' makes memory a key aspect of self-definition. Self-definition can come only from interrelationships with others and this is possible only through memory. A being without memory is a decentered being and the father in part one of 'The Portrait of an invisible Man' represents such a person. Postmodernism sees memory as a construct and therefore writers such as Linda Hutcheon see it more as a system of signs than as authentic recollection. Auster's use of the third person when the self is exploring personal memory can be read as a way of handling the problem of constructed memory.<BR><BR><strong>Citation Details</strong><br><strong>Title:</strong> Auster's memory. (Paul Auster) (Paul Auster/Danilo Kis)<br><strong>Author:</strong> Dennis Barone<br><strong>Publication:</strong> <em>The Review of Contemporary Fiction</em> (Refereed)<br><strong>Date:</strong> March 22, 1994<br><strong>Publisher:</strong> Review of Contemporary Fiction<br><strong>Volume:</strong> v14 <strong>Issue:</strong> n1 <strong>Page:</strong> p32(3)<BR><BR>Distributed by Thomson Gale
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