|Statement||Steven G. Kellman.|
|LC Classifications||PN3503 .K4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 161 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||79015700|
experience which evolves in real time and forms the basis of the print novel Esc&Ctrl. The exegesis places the creative piece into a contemporary research context. In chapter one I provide an account of the evolution of metafiction and the self-begetting novel with reference to the works of William H. Gass, Steven Kellman and Patricia Size: 2MB. The Self-begetting Novel. In an attempt to define all self-reflexive long fiction, Steven G. Kellman devised the term “self-begetting novel,” by which he means a work that appears to have been written by a character within that work. The Hardcover of the The Self-Begetting Novel by Steven Kellman at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. B&N Book Club B&N Classics B&N Collectible Editions B&N Exclusives Books of the Month Boxed Sets Discover Pick of the Month Escape into a Good Book Read Before. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kellman, Steven G., Self-begetting novel. London: MacMillan,
The fiction of self-begetting --Marcel's self-begetting novel --La Nausée --La modification and beyond --The self-begetting novel and the English tradition --The self-begetting novel and American literature --Beckett's trilogy. Responsibility: Steven G. Kellman. More information: French equivalent / Équivalent français. IN OUR TIME AS SELF-BEGETTING FICTION In , one year before Ernest Hemingway published the first in our time, T. S. Eliot proclaimed that the novel had "ended with Flaubert and with James" ().1 Any writer responding to the atrocities of World War One at that time could have complained, as Philip Roth did in , that "The actuality. Surfiction:Raymond Federman's book of that name discusses the mode in terms of overt narratorial intrusion so that, as in the 'self-begetting novel', the focus appears to be on the ironist him/herself rather than on the overt and covert levels of the ironic text. Telling as individual invention, spontaneous fabrication at the expense of. Novel, of French imprimatur, is nevertheless neither great nor a novel. Clyde Brion Davis's "The Great American Novel - " () - neglected but no masterpiece - is probably more instructive as an illus-tration of a fusion of the self-begetting tradition with the national myth. "The Great American Novel - " was the second novel by Davis, a forty-.