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De-facement of the Subject in the Mirror of Fiction: A de-Manian Reading of E.L. Doctorow's World's Fair
Bulletin de la Société royale des sciences de Liège
Certain parallels between E.L. Doctorow's early years of adolescence and his novel World's Fair (1985) have given rise to a general reception of the novel as an instance of autobiography. The simultaneous merging of illusion and memoir, however, undermines all attempts at categorizing World's Fair generically insofar as any such categorization fails to capture the essence of the novel in the entirety of its dimensions. The reflection of reality through the fictional medium of the novel, throughdoi:10.25518/0037-9565.6566 fatcat:ppe5pvjkmrddnhvdeiwvbltd3a