NET Preparation…Subject English ( Post Modern Literature: Well Known Books )

Post Modern Literature: Well Known Books (Examples)

(in Chronological Order)

*Don Quixote (1605, 1615) by Miguel de Cervantes

*The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman (1759-1767) by Laurence Sterne

*At Swim-Two-Birds (1939) by Flann O’Brien

*The Third Policeman (1941, published 1967) by Flann O’Brien

*The Cannibal (1949) by John Hawkes

*The Recognitions (1955) by William Gaddis

*Naked Lunch (1959) by William Burroughs

*The Sirens of Titan (1959) by Kurt Vonnegut

*The Sot-Weed Factor (1960) by John Barth

*Catch-22 (1961) by Joseph Heller

*The Lime Twig (1961) by John Hawkes

*Mother Night (1961) by Kurt Vonnegut

*Pale Fire (1962) by Vladimir Nabokov

*The Man in the High Castle (1962) by Philip K. Dick

*V. (1963) by Thomas Pynchon

*Cat’s Cradle (1963) by Kurt Vonnegut

*Hopscotch (1963) by Julio Cortázar

*The Crying of Lot 49 (1966) by Thomas Pynchon

*Lost in the Funhouse (1968) by John Barth

*Slaughterhouse-Five (1969) by Kurt Vonnegut

*The French Lieutenant’s Woman (1969) by John Fowles

*Ada or Ardor: A Family Chronicle (1969) by Vladimir Nabokov

*Moscow-Petushki (1970) by Venedikt Erofeev

*The Atrocity Exhibition (1970) by J. G. Ballard

*The Monster at the End of This Book by Jon Stone

*Another Roadside Attraction (1971) by Tom Robbins

*Double or Nothing (1971) by Raymond Federman

*Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1971) by Hunter S. Thompson

*Invisible Cities (1972) by Italo Calvino

*Chimera (1972) by John Barth

*Crash (1973) by J. G. Ballard

*Breakfast of Champions (1973) by Kurt Vonnegut

*Gravity’s Rainbow (1973) by Thomas Pynchon[49]

*The Magus (1973) by John Fowles

*Alphabetical Africa (1974) by Walter Abish

*J R (1975) by William Gaddis

*The Illuminatus! Trilogy (1975) by Robert Shea and Robert Anton Wilson

*The Dead Father (1975) by Donald Barthelme

*Dhalgren (1975) by Samuel R. Delany

*Options (1975) by Robert Sheckley

*Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (novel) (1976) by Tom Robbins

*The Public Burning (1977), by Robert Coover

*Life: A User’s Manual (1978) by Georges Perec

*If on a winter’s night a traveler (1979) by Italo Calvino

*Mulligan Stew (1979) by Gilbert Sorrentino

*How German Is It (1980) by Walter Abish

*Nikopol Trilogy (1980 to 1993) by Enki Bilal

*Still Life with Woodpecker (1980) by Tom Robbins

*Sixty Stories (1981) by Donald Barthelme

*Lanark: A Life in Four Books (1981) by Alasdair Gray

*The Transmigration of Timothy Archer (1982) by Philip K. Dick

*Mantissa (1982) by John Fowles

*The Name of the Rose (1983) by Umberto Eco

*Jitterbug Perfume (1984) by Tom Robbins

*Watchmen (1984) by Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons

*Dictionary of the Khazars (1984) by Milorad Pavić

*Democracy (1984) by Joan Didion

*The New York Trilogy (1985–86) by Paul Auster

*White Noise (1985) by Don DeLillo

*A Maggot (1985) by John Fowles

*The Infinite Deadlock (1985–1988) by Dmitry Galkovsky

*Memoirs of Many in One (1986) by Patrick White

*Women and Men (1987) by Joseph McElroy

*Beloved (1987) by Toni Morrison

*The Mezzanine (1988) by Nicholson Baker

*Foucault’s Pendulum (1988) by Umberto Eco

*Wittgenstein’s Mistress (1988) by David Markson

*Tracks (1988) by Louise Erdrich

*The Sandman (1989 to 1996) by Neil Gaiman

*My Cousin, My Gastroenterologist (1990) by Mark Leyner

*American Psycho (1991) by Bret Easton Ellis

*Omon Ra (1991) by Victor Pelevin

*The Gold Bug Variations (1991) by Richard Powers

*What a Carve Up! (1991) by Jonathan Coe

*Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture (1991) by Douglas Coupland

*Vurt (1993) by Jeff Noon

*A Frolic of His Own (1994) by William Gaddis

*Astronautilía Hvězdoplavba (1995) by Jan Křesadlo

*Galatea 2.2 (1995) by Richard Powers

*The Tunnel (1995) by William H. Gass

*Reservation Blues (1995) by Sherman Alexie

*The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (1995) by Haruki Murakami

*Infinite Jest (1996) by David Foster Wallace

*Chapayev and Void (1996) by Victor Pelevin

*Fight Club by Chuck Palahniuk

*Mason & Dixon (1997) by Thomas Pynchon

*”Glyph” (1997) by Percival Everett

*Underworld (1997) by Don DeLillo

*Tomcat in Love (1998) by Tim O’Brien

*Generation “П” (1999) by Victor Pelevin

*The Rings of Saturn (1999) by W. G. Sebald

*Q (1999) by Luther Blissett

*Austerlitz (2001) by W. G. Sebald

*Everything Is Illuminated (2002) by Jonathan Safran Foer

*2666 (2004) by Roberto Bolaño

*Lunar Park (2005) by Bret Easton Ellis

*Against the Day (2005) by Thomas Pynchon

*Never Let Me Go (2005) by Kazuo Ishiguro

*The Last Novel (2007) by David Markson

*Generation A (2009) by Douglas Coupland

*Inherent Vice (2009) by Thomas Pynchon

*Z213: Exit (2009) by Dimitris Lyacos

*1Q84 (2009–2010) by Haruki Murakami

*Witz (2010) by Joshua Cohen

*The Pale King (2011) by David Foster Wallace

*United States of Banana (2011) by Giannina Braschi

*Middle C (2013) by William H. Gass

*”Percival Everett by Virgil Russell” (2013) by Percival Everett

*Bleeding Edge (2013) by Thomas Pynchon

Source: Wikipedia.

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