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Can You Murder a Novel? Part 4: Realism and Closure in the Mystery Novel

After including the Generative Literature Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of...
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Can You Murder a Novel, Part 3

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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Can You Murder a Novel? Part 2

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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Can you Murder a Novel? Part 1

After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a...
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Hybridity and Form in Generative Literature: A #GenLit Discussion

“Each novelist, each novel must invent its own form.” ~ Alain Robbe Grillet The Generative Literature Project is now underway on seven campuses, as a murder...
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