RARA-AVIS: Re: One of Miker's favourite bugaboos (another definition to argue ab

From: cptpipes2000 ( cptpipes@hotmail.com)
Date: 21 Sep 2007

Mark said:
> But not all. What do you do with something like James Sallis's Lew
> Griffin books? I would classify them as postmodern in their telling,
> especially as the series goes on and the writing gets more and more
> reflexive, as much about how the story is being related as the story
> itself. However, my belief in the characters and situations is
never > in doubt.

The Lew Griffin series was my immediate quibble as well.
  I must concede that there is plenty to doubt regarding the characters and situations but that makes them seem no less real. I think that is part of the series' brilliance.

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