“This fabulous flotsam”: Michael Moorcock’s Urban Anthropology in “London under London”

@article{Houswitschka2015ThisFF,
  title={“This fabulous flotsam”: Michael Moorcock’s Urban Anthropology in “London under London”},
  author={Christoph Houswitschka},
  journal={Prague Journal of English Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={4},
  pages={61 - 75}
}
Abstract Michael Moorcock is often described as “one of the most prolific and varied writers working in Britain” (Malcolm 146). His success as a writer and editor of science fiction and fantasy literature is well established, but he is also the author of two novels about London, Mother London (1988) and King of the City (2000). Hardly known, Mother London by Michael Moorcock, offers itself to a variety of approaches that have been widely discussed in the context of studies on English literature… 
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