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by Martin Amis

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The Representation of Memory in Time's Arrow and Shame
http://www.thepequod.org.uk/essays/litcrit/memory.htm
"In Martin Amis's Time's Arrow, time runs backwards, whilst Rushdie's Shame deprives us of narrative order and a singular version of events. Both novels express the increased importance of memory, in a modern world characterised by fragmentation and dislocation, in recovering a character's sense of security to be found in the past from which he or she originated."
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Time Runs Backward To Point Up a Moral
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/02/01/home/amis-arrow.html
'With such shocking passages, Mr. Amis creates a devastatingly specific portrait of the Nazis' warped mentality: only in a completely upside-down, backward world, he suggests, are their actions comprehensible. Unfortunately, the bulk of the novel seems like an extended setup for this emotional payoff -- pages and pages of sophomoric humor laid as groundwork for one huge philosophical point.''
Contains: Review
Author: Michiko Kakutani
From: The New York Times October 22, 1991
Author: Michiko Kakutani
From: The New York Times October 22, 1991
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