Approaching Infinity

June 2013
Brick: A Literary Journal;Summer2013, Issue 91, p158
Academic Journal
The author offers insights about the representation of the abstract though in the works of several writers. As abstraction yields metaphor and identification, its effect on human consciousness is considered an embodied experience. Several authors whose works were considered metaphysically complex and socially and culturally responsive include David Foster Wallace, W. G. Sebald and David Markson.


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