E.L. Doctorow: A Reconsideration
DescriptionShowcases the life-work of one of America's greatest contemporary novelists
- Essays written by an international set of scholars
- Contributions by prominent fiction writers and friends of Doctorow: Don DeLillo, Victor Navasky, and Jennifer Egan
- Pays particular attention to the extraordinary novels of Doctorow in the last 20 years, including The Waterworks , City of God , and a set of his recent preoccupations: corporate and religious power, cognitive science, and media culture
This book gathers a suite of newly commissioned, original essays on the work of E. L. Doctorow. It reframes our understanding of his oeuvre by engaging it in entirety, including the significant accomplishments of the late period. The book features chapters by prominent fiction writers and friends of Doctorow, such as Don DeLillo, Victor Navasky and Jennifer Egan and explores Doctorow's novels and his diverse preoccupations: corporate and religious power, cognitive science and media culture.
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