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Unformatted text preview: 5-Nov-08Lecture 9: Fate of the ArtistInterconnected collage of form and content•Campbell blurs the boundaries between1.Non-authorial and authorial voiceHe writes the book, but different characters narrate the storyHe doesn’t appear in the book until the end2.Commentary and characters3.Autobiography and fiction•Resulting in a deliberate assault on one’s ability to tell truth from fabrication•Author no longer owns the book once it is published•Eddie Campbell is everywhere present in the novel yet he is present – makes a paradox•Theatrical – all the world’s a stageoCover – all about theatre – a façade, a propoBook Flaps are like a play bill•Chatterton – built up Thomas RowleyoParallel between himself and ChattertonoChatterton committed suicide but Campbell’s not actually dead, death is the fate of the artist•HoneybeeoBlondie and Dagwood is the contemporary of HoneybeeoResembles Campbell’s own life•God and ReligionoPicture of GodChild’s drawing of God...
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