Here are some readings to supplement our discussion of Peter Carey as a post-modern author. They are very academic in tone, with a lot of "ism"s. Persevere and play Peter Carey bingo - how many of the points about post-modernism can you recognise in the stories we have read?

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Quixote's Ghost : The Right, the Liberati, and the Future of Social Policy ...

By David Stoesz Professor of Social Work Virginia Commonwealth University

THIS BOOK SEEMS TO BE CRITIQUING POST-MODERNISM, NOT VERY FLATTERINGLY, BUT IN DOING SO PROVIDES A MERCIFULLY SIMPLE SUMMATION OF THE THEORY AND VALUES OF POST-MODERNISM.

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HEY - WELL DONE FOR GETTING THIS FAR. IT GOES ON, BUT IS MOSTLY TO DO WITH SOCIAL POLICY...

THIS ONE WILL MAKE YOUR HEAD SPIN, JUST HAVE A SQUIZ AT THE FIRST CHAPTER:
Stephen Hick's Explaining Post-modernism