Cool Characters: Irony and American Fiction - by Lee Konstantinou (eBooks, ePUB, PDF, Downloads)
Charting a new course in the criticism of postwar fiction, Cool Characters examines the changing status of irony in American cultural and political life from World War II to the present, showing how irony migrated from the countercultural margins of the 1950s to the cultural mainstream of the 1980s.
Along the way, irony was absorbed into postmodern theory and ultimately
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