Abstract

Fog, Fact, Fiction: Narrative Blurring and Reality Effects in Larry Beinhart’s Fog Facts and The Librarian

by Sebastian M. Herrmann

 

Half way through the presidency of George W. Bush, US author Larry Beinhart wrote two interrelated books that both engaged what many intellectuals at the time perceived as an acute political and social crisis: a situation in which ‘facts’ seemed to play an increasingly miniscule role in society.

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