412R Day 2
We want to think as English Majors—literary theory or post-structuralist theory--but also as Writers when looking at these works—how can we stretch our own work?
Realism: Coleridge said that writing/realism should be like a “vivid and continuous dream”
Aristotle: mimesis—the holding up of a mirror to reality—as if that’s possible
Pomo Laundry Lists
Most literary writing tries to push against traditions that came before…

Three Lives—Modernist Baseline

Postmodern Strategies or Elements that we don’t necessarily see in Modernism

Carter’s Wolf Stories—neo-postmodernism, or post-postmodernism?  But how?