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Haels ManikinThomas Pynchon In Which Esther Gets a Nose JobJohn Gardner ueen LouisaWilliam H Gass Order of InsectsBarton Midwood One's ShipRobley Wilson Jr Saying Good Bye to the PresidentJohn Barth Life StoryDonald B. Joe David Bellamy IntroductionKurt Vonnegut Jr Unready to WearRobert Coover The ElevatorRudolph Wurlitzer uakeUrsule Molinaro ChiaroscuroJoyce Carol Oates By the RiverJohn Hawkes The Universal FearsLeonard Michaels ManikinThomas Pynchon In Which Esther Gets a Nose JobJohn Gardner ueen LouisaWilliam H Gass Order of InsectsBarton Midwood One s ShipRobley Wilson Jr Saying Good Bye to the PresidentJohn Barth Life StoryDonald Barthelme SentenceGilbert Sorrentino The Moon in Its FlightRonald Sukenick What s Your StoryIshmael Reed The Loop Garoo KidJudith Rascoe A Lot of CowboysJohn Batki At the National FestivalJohn Updike Under the Microscope

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Superfiction or The American Story Transformed An Anthology

Arthelme SentenceGilbert Sorrentino The Moon in Its FlightRonald Sukenick What's Your StoryIshmael Reed The Loop Garoo KidJudith Rascoe A Lot of CowboysJohn Batki At the National FestivalJohn Updike Under the Microsco. A Whitman s Sampler of strange literary candies This out of print anthology was from Donald Barthelme s syllabus for me included Vonnegut s Unready to Wear John Hawke s The Universal Fears Robley Wilson Jr s Saying Good bye to the President and Gilbert Sorrentino s The Moon in Its FlightReally where else would one find all of these experimental writers of the 70s in one package

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ContentsJoe David Bellamy IntroductionKurt Vonnegut Jr Unready to WearRobert Coover The ElevatorRudolph Wurlitzer uakeUrsule Molinaro ChiaroscuroJoyce Carol Oates By the RiverJohn Hawkes The Universal FearsLeonard Mic. I d sort of forgotten about fiction especially short fiction from the 1960s and 70s Found this book a few weeks ago and thought I d dip into it I read every story but two The introduction by Joe David Bellamy makes me want to read work by him Smart guy The book is divided up into sections and we learn why in the Intro and what to look for should you want to and how it fitted into 1975 s pov For example I was interested in the Metafiction section and the Fabulation section and turned out I read it all except the two parody cowboy stories Interesting to think about Why should realism be real than fabulation Ha Our lives in 2016 are unrealistic than everMy favorite stories were Kurt Vonnegut s UNREADY TO WEAR a future imagined when psyches can slip out of and into bodies borrowed from storage units Robert Coover s THE ELEVATOR love the language Ursule Molinaro s CHIAROSCURO because I m fascinated by what mirrors and reflections do BY THE RIVER by Joyce Carol Oates is very moving ORDER OF INSECTS by William H Gass is startling and kind and loving and observant and knowing And John Updike s illustrated UNDER THE MICROSCOPE is a hootnot especially well written but you ll see why it didn t need to be


5 thoughts on “Superfiction or The American Story Transformed An Anthology

  1. says:

    I'd sort of forgotten about fiction especially short fiction from the 1960s and '70s Found this book a few weeks ago and th

  2. says:

    Joe David Bellamy IntroductionKurt Vonnegut Jr Unready to WearRobert Coover The ElevatorRudolph Wurlitzer uakeUrsule Molinaro ChiaroscuroJoyce Carol Oates By the RiverJohn Hawkes The Universal FearsLeonard Michaels ManikinThomas Pynchon In Which Esther Gets a Nose JobJohn Gardner ueen LouisaWilliam H Gass Orde

  3. says:

    A Whitman's Sampler of strange literary candies This out of print anthology was from Donald Barthelme's syllabus for me included Vonnegut's Unready to Wear John Hawke's The Universal Fears Robley Wilson Jr's Saying Good bye

  4. says:

    I just read the interview with Kurt Vonnegut Awesome

  5. says:

    I liked the story By the River

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