Vol. 2, Issue 12 (2016)
Three phases of literary minimalism
Author(s): Shazia Khatoon
Abstract: Literary Minimalism elaborates new method of writing a text that advocates ordinary stuff, simple writing, and common life. It is away from all complex writing of the past that is based on action rather than reflection. It uses a method which eliminates nonessential details of a text and creates a new way of writing identify as Neo-realist, K-mart realism, and Dirty realism. Such writings are characterized by visual quality hence, focuses on visualising the story. This paper discusses the development of three phases of Literary Minimalism.
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