Tag Archives: the novel

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The End of the End of Everything: Fiction’s Fretful Futures, Part IV

In Part IV, of his 4-part series, Sam Byers looks at why the novel is dying and just why and how technology might save it. Continue reading

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The Thick of It, compelling because everyone is always checking their Blackberries

The End of the End of Everything: Fiction’s Fretful Futures, Part III

In Part III, of his 4-part series, Sam Byers looks at why the novel is dying and just why and how technology might save it. Continue reading

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World of Warcraft's Night Elf trumps the novel, no?

The End of the End of Everything: Fiction’s Fretful Futures, Part II

In Part II, of his 4-part series, Sam Byers looks at why the novel is dying and just why and how technology might save it. Continue reading

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Franzen looking pious. Yes, writers are not important enough to the "Culture."

The End of the End of Everything: Fiction’s Fretful Futures, Part I

In this 4-part series, Sam Byers looks at why the novel is dying and just why and how technology might save it. Continue reading

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