The Demotic Voice in Contemporary British Fiction by J. Scott

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This book is an assessment of narrative technique in contemporary British fiction, focusing on the experimental use of the demotic voice (regional or national dialects). The book examines the work of James Kelman, Graham Swift, Will Self and Martin Amis, amongst many others, from a practical as well as theoretical perspective.

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Published June 15, 2009 by Palgrave Macmillan. 272 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Nature & Wildlife, Literature & Fiction, Science & Math. Non-fiction