Atchley by David Green

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David Green's novel furthers the contemporary dialogue between "deconstructionist" philosophy and "post-modern" fiction with an ingenious structure. It's impossible to tell whether a certain authour of "Borgesian" fictions has invonted the critic who writes about him, or an ingenious critic has invented the author about whom he is a leading expert! Grisp critical porse alternates with lush narrative and descriptive rhetoric in this work of genuine inquiry into the relation between two styles of writing, two uses of mind, and two ways of being. Shades of Nabokov's Pale Fire!

About David Green

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David Green is a graduate in applied science with master's degrees in business administration and military history. The author of numerous articles on World War II and a keen photographer, his interest in Japanese castles began while he was teaching at a Japanese senior high school. He is married toJennifer Mitchelhill and lives in Melbourne, Australia. Jennifer Mitchelhill is a marketing graduate who started her own business in design before commencing further studies in architectural history. While teaching English at a Japanese senior high school she undertook a research project on the rebuilding of Kanazawa castle. This book grew out of herresearch. She lives in Melbourne with her husband, David Green, and their son, Harvey.
Published November 1, 1998 by Barrytown/ Station Hill Pr. 120 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A nameless man wanders in a post-apocalyptic landscape among a people whose language he must guess at, and his adventures, such as they are, lapse into those of a man named David Green who uses grant money to go to Galicia, the site of Landfall, and basically mope about.

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