Tag: Rachel Cusk
After the End of Point-of-View
A round-up of some comments by Rachel Cusk and Jonathan Gibbs on problems with perspective in contemporary fiction.
Rachel Cusk on creating a narratorial perspective that has “no prior knowledge.”
The Reverberation of Their Will
A fragment from Rachel Cusk’s Transit.
Rachel Cusk and the Revisionary Imperative
“Call it autofiction, metafiction, or the post-Sebaldian novel,” as Stephanie Bishop writes, or, if you prefer, follow Charles Finch and call it the “granular introver[sion]” of those who write “barely novels, all in an ambiguous first-person indistinguishable from the author’s own voice.” Whatever name it goes by now or at some stage in future, there’s no denying that…