The Death of Avant-Garde Literature  

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"But the literature major and his wife, along with the second generation literature majors who are their children, constitute the ..."--"The Death of Avant-Garde Literature" (1964) by Leslie Fiedler


"no writer can have the rewards of a book-club adoption and of alienation at the same time."--"The Death of Avant-Garde Literature" (1964) by Leslie Fiedler

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"The Death of Avant-Garde Literature" (1964) is an essay by Leslie Fiedler first published in the New York Herald Tribune Magazine, May 17, 1964.

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