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By M. Ryle,J. Jordan

a suite of essays at the Sixties experimental author B.S. Johnson, this publication attracts jointly new study on all elements of his paintings, and, in tracing his connections to a much wider circle of continental, British and American avant-garde writers, deals interesting new methods to interpreting Nineteen Sixties experimental fiction.

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