TITLE

BRET EASTON ELLIS AS AN EXAMPLE OF POSTMODERNIST FICTION, THE FILM MEDIUM AND ITS SIDE-EFFECTS

AUTHOR(S)
Johansen, Ib
PUB. DATE
April 2015
SOURCE
Costerus (New Series);2015, Vol. 211, p379
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 13 of the book "Walking shadows" is presented. It explores the crime fictions of author Bret Easton Ellis, notably "American Psycho". Fictions bordering crime and detective elements is a genre of the twentieth century with strategic representation of the protagonist and the detective. The modern crime fiction seems to glorify the convict more than the representative of law.
ACCESSION #
109437683

 

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