Leviathan by Paul Auster
The postmodern attitude is like a corrosive acid that threatens to harm even its most careful user. Advocates delight in its overturning of hierarchies of truth and validation, but this same stance also undermines any claims made by the post-modernist scribe. If all narratives are suspect, all authors less than authoritative, then the postmodern critiqu…
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