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Language: English
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Edition: Dalkey Archive Press
Date of issue: May 1st 1991
ISBN: 156478116X
ISBN 13: 9781564781161

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Vol. XI, #1 Alexander Theroux / Paul West
Review of Contemporary Fiction

Steven Moore, “Alexander Theroux: An Introduction”
Steven Moore, “An Interview with Alexander Theroux”
Alexander Theroux, “The Detours of Art”
Alexander Theroux, “A Note on the Type”
Martin C. Battestin, “Alexander Theroux in Virginia and London, 1964-1973″
A Letter from Annie Dillard
Marc Chenetier, “‘A Prose of Figuring, a Prose of Hate’: Figuring with a Vengeance. A Mortlock’s View of Alexander Theroux’s Darconville’s Cat“
William O’Rourke, “The Causes of Immoral Conceptions”
Michael Pinker, “The Rhetoric of Disintegration: Alexander Theroux’s An Adultery“
Thomas Filbin, “The Duelist’s Second”
Christopher Sinclair-Stevenson, “Alexander Theroux: The View from England”
Steven Moore, “Alexander Theroux: A Bibliography”

David W. Madden, “Paul West: An Introduction”
David W. Madden, “An Interview with Paul West”
Paul West, “Night 1002: When It All Goes Down”
Paul West, “Banquotha (a first draft)”
Paul West, “Some People Not in Portable People“
Diane Ackerman, “Paul Begins a New Novel”
Robert Lima, “Words of Power: Openings to the Universe of Paul West”
Ivor S. Irwin, “Paul West’s Alley Jaggers: Escaping the Trap of British Proletarian Fiction”
Lore Segal, “Words for a Deaf Daughter“
Christopher S. Schreiner, “Of Involutes, a Rat, and Hugh’s Guitar”
William B. Millard, “‘The Lightning-rod Man,’ Metavision, and an Aesthetic of Singularity”
Philip Young, “‘Stauff’”
Joseph Pestino, “Macrocosm and Microcosm Relations Rethought: Paul West’s Out of My Depths“
Patricia Tobin, “Paul West: Sedentary Nomad, Suitcase Star”
William Mooney, “Those Pearls His Eyes: Paul West’s Blind Monologuists and Deaf Auditors”
David Bosworth, “Being and Becoming: The Canvas of Paul West’s Work”
Alphonso Lingis, “From under Dismembered Bodies”
Charles Mann, “The Man Who Breaks Typewriters”
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Steven Moore is a literary critic. He received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1988.

While Moore has been a teacher, bookstore owner, book reviewer, and columnist, he is most well known for his work as an editor and author of literary criticism. Moore is the foremost authority on William Gaddis, having written a book on this author, supervised the collection of several critical essays, and assisted in the translation of Gaddis' work into Chinese.

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