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Robert Coover

Interesting to think of moving pictures as something so static as a “terrain,” but in the sense of being something fixed and finished—“in the can,” as they say in the trade—that’s what they are. They invite exploration, just as terrain does. I’ve played with all the art forms, but the novel was the dominant narrative mode of the nineteenth century, and film that of the twentieth. It’s hard to ignore that reality if you’re telling stories that celebrate your own time.

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2018-04-23T04:35:36+00:00 April 23rd, 2018|Categories: Culture, Media|0 Comments