"Still Towards a Poetics of Fiction?" No -- And Then Again Yes

Spilka, Mark
March 1985
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Spring1985, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p202
Academic Journal
Addresses a panel discussion on the current and future states of novel theory and criticism as of March 1985. Overview of a conference on the state of fiction studies held at Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, in 1977; Review of the essay "The Problem With a Poetics for the Novel," by Walter Reed; Views of the author on poetics.


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