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Tom Stoppard: Bucking the Postmodern

by Daniel Keith Jernigan

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"While much of Tom Stoppard's early work is postmodern, the remainder of his career essentially tracks backward from there--becoming "late modernist" in the 1970s and fully modernist in the 80s and 90s. This pattern also makes sense of Stoppard's recent and uncharacteristic foray into dramatic realism"--… (more)

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