History, Art and Consumerism— Richard Powers’ Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance

@article{Kunr2017HistoryAA,
  title={History, Art and Consumerism— Richard Powers’ Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance},
  author={Jaroslav Ku{\vs}n{\'i}r},
  journal={CLEaR},
  year={2017},
  volume={4},
  pages={11 - 16}
}
Abstract This article analyzes three narrative lines as depicted in Richard Powers’ Three Farmers on Their Way to a Dance (1985) and the way his depiction of real, photographed, present and past characters along with a narrative reference to a photograph create a metafictional and intertextual frameworks through the use of which Powers symbolically points out a sensibility of the late 20th century and its difference from early 20th century related to the vision of the world, understanding of… 

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