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post-post-modern

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  • More to the point, though, I worry that both you and Kristol and are wrong: The list of recent winners suggests that Barack Obama may, in fact, be next year's winner, which will prove once again that somewhere in the universe, the post-post-modern gods of literature have a mean-spirited sense of humor.

    Predictions 2010

  • Surely in a post-post-modern (whatever you want to call it) world we can shed this kind of imagined limitation!

    Sigourney Weaver And Ridley Scott To Team Up For Alien-Less ‘Alien’ Sequel? » MTV Movies Blog

  • Clarity may not be a "literary" quality i.e., no one would accuse James Joyce of clarity in his novels, but it seems to be intentionally shunned by too many contemporary writers who seek to present themselves as singular writers in our post-post-modern environment.

    Needless difficulty

  • The delivery had to be drenched in irony and sarcasm for me to feel right singing Mr. Ochs 'rather amazingly good lines (ah, that post-post-modern dilemma).

    Roger Miller: Political Songs -- Do They Suck or Not?

  • I guess McCain hopes that Palin will take to the post-post-modern stage and turn his foes and critics into so many Snidely Whiplashes.

    Glenn W. Smith: How Sarah Palin's Plucky Ingénue Could Spell Curtains for McCain

  • You know, post-post-modern semi-perv that I and I suspect many others am, I always get a slight bump in the pulse when I see an “R” or “X” rating.

    PodCastle » PC028: The Tanuki-Kettle

  • It's increasingly rare in this thoroughly post-post-modern age to raise the kind of questions in fiction Coetzee handles so masterfully - right down to what is it, exactly, that we expect or need from our novels.

    TEV GIVEAWAY: BEAUTIFUL CHILDREN

  • The stars here are all post-post-modern: blues rock headliner Derek Trucks, '70s fusionista John Scofield, jazz experimentalists Bill Frisell and Marc Ribot, and banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck, who phrases the melody to "My Favorite Things" with the exact nuances of both Coltrane and Green.

    'McCoy Tyner Style' Gets a Workout

  • But the Central London employment tribunal paid his life's work inadvertent tribute the other day, with a post-post-modern multicultural legal twist.

    Hairspray the Trial

  • Does the photo above look like haute, techy, post-post-modern glory -- or a pile of rubble?

    The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

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