Tag Archives: novel
Discourse on the origin of homo economicus.
Arthur C. Clarke’s 2001 is a cinematic novel from a cinematic novelist.
Wildly imaginative about everything except nationalism.
The China Dream is not the only national ideology premised on forgetting and oblivion.
The exception to the rule that the movie is always worse than the book.
Someone drew a smiley-face on the last page of my used copy of Silko’s “Ceremony,” which reads: “Sunrise, accept this offering, sunrise.” This kind of thing could never happen with digital books.
The possessive individualist must reduce all collectivity to collectivism.
It is a curiously abstract—one might even say academic—politics that takes sides easily.
World alienation can be measured by the scope of experience reflected in its cultural product.