Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Throwing out the Kitchen Sink



Ann Quin's was a new British working-class voice that had not been heard before: it was artistic, modern, and - dare I say it - ultimately European. It looked beyond the constructs of our society. It was fresh, alarming, and idiosyncratic. It wasn't static; it moved with the times.

Realated to the Ballard post below: a piece (via) on Ann Quin, the brilliant British experimental writer, whom Ballard himself would claim to have 'walked out of the pages of The Atrocity Exhibition. There's a whole other argument to be had about an occluded British avant-novel of the 1960s, BS Johnson, Quin et al, of which Exhibtion would very much be a part...

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