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Although Adamov typically refused to assign a temporal or spatial setting to his early plays, he was more or less forced to do so by the subject matter in this work. Choosing a contemporary pastime such as pinball as the centerpiece of the drama necessarily called for a contemporary urban setting. Critics praised Ping-Pong, but Adamov himself ultimately rejected it, along with his other absurdist plays. Towards the end of his career, he began writing realist dramas concerned with social and political issues.

Genet began writing in prison, where he was serving a life sentence. His supporters in the literary world were eventually able to secure a presidential pardon in 1948, after which Genet devoted himself to his writing, to the arts, and to political activism. He was an admirer of the Black Panther Party and soon became a cult figure, in part because of Jean-Paul Sartre’s essay which characterized Genet as a saint and a martyr. Genet’s first writing consisted of poetry, novels, and a fictionalized autobiography.

M. Coetzee and representative of Postcolonialism, is published. 2001: Gregory Corso, author representative of the Beat Movement, dies. 2004: Jacques Derrida, author representative of Postmodernism, dies. , author representative of Postmodernism and Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, dies. S t u d e n t s , S e c o n d E d i t i o n , V o l u m e 1 Acknowledgments The editors wish to thank the copyright holders of the excerpted criticism included in this volume and the permissions managers of many book and magazine publishing companies for assisting us in securing reproduction rights.

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