Postmodernism presents writers with a kaleidoscopic array of practices, encourages innovation and experimentation, and has produced a dazzling smorgasbord of creative works, expanding the genre of the novel and pushing its boundaries. But postmodernism is a problematic term that has been loosely applied, appropriated, even disparaged and denounced. What exactly is postmodernism?
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