Thursday, December 16, 2010

Sessions

Gravity's Rainbow is transgressive—not only because it questions and inverts social standards of deviance and disgust but also because it breaks down, or transgresses, the hermetically sealed either/or boundaries and categories of Western culture and reason. Frequently digressive, the novel subverts many of the traditional elements of plot and character development, and traverses detailed, specialist knowledge drawn from a wide range of disciplines.

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