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Patrick Swanson

Since we've talked and read a bit about post-modernism-
In what ways could "Wittgenstein's Mistress" be considered a post-modern novel? Also-what are some of the themes, techniques, concerns etc. it shares with what we've recently read ( especially "The Crying of Lot 49")? How is it different from the others novels we've read?