Textual Non Sense
‘Absolutely the most important book of our era.’
Textual Non Sense is mischievous, minimalist, and revolutionary: a short fuse intended to spark a fundamental re-thinking of how we engage with notions of canon. Classic texts are mangled, quotes are mis-attributed, and great authors are misidentified as Robert Crawford brings literature and chaos theory together in a romance made on Tinder. William Shakespeare of the School of Literature and Bookmaking introduces a survey of writers’ struggles. John Buchan provides his guide to writing a best-seller (blotting paper plays a key role). Professor Mike Foucault employs Big Data to investigate the new discipline, ‘Creaticism’, or ‘Critive Writing.’
Humour and literary criticism tend to go together like apples and arsenic. Textual Non Sense argues that humour is an essential corrective–a missing ingredient to a cure for the arthritis and calcification of academic literary criticism.
‘I just can’t wait for the American edition!’
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