In the twentieth century painters, playwrights, and novelists began to produce non-representational works that eschewed narrative and were entirely devoted to an achromatic colorscape. altIgUncharted Space: The End of Narrative overturns critical exegesis that interprets these works as negative or as the -end- of art by offering a new way to think about and to articulate works devoid of narrative and color. When understood from a different critical perspective, art and literature produced at the end of narrative challenge our traditional ways of interpreting all art production.qFirst, the novel punctures our own reading with its ability to outmaneuver us, by calling into question the postmodern, hyper-technical reading: aquot;Might there not, he professionally asked himself, ... will build systems: aquot;...in revenge proliferated sexual language, linguistic sexuality, analysis, dissection, deconstruction ... Once the text captures the attention of the reader, White on White: The End of Narrative 1 1 3.
|Author||:||Jennifer M. Jeffers|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang Pub Incorporated - 2001|