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Bret Easton Ellis's Controversial Fiction: Writing Between High and Low Culture (Continuum Literary Studies) Hardcover – June 23, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1441107916 ISBN-10: 1441107916 Edition: 1st

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'A balanced, thoughtful and fair-minded study of the critical reception of Ellis's work, exploring his status as serious contemporary writer, alongside his reputation as a sensationalist (and misogynist) trouble-maker. Baelo-Allué's examination of the shallow surfaces and schizophrenic self-awareness of his work is subtle, informed and extremely well-judged — this is unquestionably the most thorough and wide-ranging study of Ellis's oeuvre to date.' (Alan Bilton, Lecturer in American Literature and Film, Swansea University, UK)

'A balanced, thoughtful and fair-minded study of the critical reception of Ellis’s work, exploring his status as serious contemporary writer, alongside his reputation as a sensationalist (and misogynist) trouble-maker. Baelo-Allué’s examination of the shallow surfaces and schizophrenic self-awareness of his work is subtle, informed and extremely well-judged – this is unquestionably the most thorough and wide-ranging study of Ellis’s oeuvre to date.’ (Sanford Lakoff)

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Sonia Baelo-Allué is a lecturer at the Department of English and German Philology at the University of Zaragoza, Spain, where she teaches American Literature. She has published widely on Bret Easton Ellis's fiction. Her research centres on popular culture, trauma studies and contemporary American fiction.

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