The Hidden Meaning of Snow White (Part V): The Postmodern Snow White

There is no style more polarizing than postmodernism. Since the 1960s, literary critics have been arguing either for or against this approach — which includes self-reflexivity, fragmentation, irreverence, irony, collage, parody, pastiche, wordplay, frame-breaking, and general skepticism. More broadly, Terry Eagleton defines postmodernism as ‘a style of thought which is…

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Eddie Ejjbair

‘Gradually it’s become clear to me what every great philosophy has been: a personal confession of its author and a kind of involuntary and unconscious memoir’