Father and Son

Father and Son

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An innovative study of two of Englanda€™s most popular, controversial, and influential writers, Father and Son breaks new ground in examining the relationship between Kingsley Amis and his son, Martin Amis. Through intertextual readings of their essays and novels, Gavin Keulks examines how the Amisesa€™ work negotiated the boundaries of their personal relationship while claiming territory in the literary debate between mimesis and modernist aesthetics. Theirs was a battle over the nature of reality itself, a twentieth-century realism war conducted by loving family members and rival, antithetical writers. Keulks argues that the Amisesa€™ relationship functioned as a source of literary inspiration and that their work illuminates many of the structural and stylistic shifts that have characterized the British novel since 1950.Night Train returns to the themes and architecture of Timea#39;s Arrow, and his most recent collection, Heavy Water and Other ... Although literary history will ultimately write the answers to these questions, some intimations about the future ofanbsp;...

Title:Father and Son
Author: Gavin Keulks
Publisher:University of Wisconsin Pres - 2003

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