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In this comprehensive study of Carver, Nesset discusses the relationship of minimalism and postmodern trends and the rise of new realism. By locating Carver in the gallery of American letters, Nesset shows him to be at once more simple and more complex than we might have believed, skillfully laying the groundwork for Carver studies to come.
|I||"This Word Love": Sexual Politics and Silence in Will You Please Be Quiet, Please?||9|
|II||Less is More: The Power of Style in What We Talk About When We Talk About Love||29|
|III||Insularity and Self-Enlargement in Cathedral||51|
|IV||"Things Clearly Within My Power": Communication and Control in the Last Stories||73|