Loose ends : closure and crisis in the American social text /
In this study of American cultural production from the colonial era to the present, Russell Reising takes up the loose ends of popular American narratives to craft a new theory of narrative closure. In the range of works examined here Reising finds endings that violate all existing theories of closu...
|Published:||Durham, N.C. : Duke University Press, 1996.|
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