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Contents Acknowledgments Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 High Modernism and the Rape of God Chapter 3 Engineering Fascism: Ayn Rand, Ezra Pound, and the Virile Hero Chapter 4 Mourning the Father, Displaced by Technology: Wyndham Lewis, D. H. Lawrence, and William Faulkner Chapter 5 Consumer Fetishism and the Violence of the Gaze: Vladimir Nabokov and D. M. Thomas Chapter 6 The Disappearing Female Body and the New Worker: John Barth, William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, Nicholson Baker, and Thomas Pynchon Chapter 7 ¿The best rape story I have ever read¿: Waste Management and the Scapegoated Rapist Chapter 8 Conclusion: A Different Rape Story? Notes Bibliography Index
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American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Rape in literature.
English literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
Power (Social sciences) in literature.
Masculinity in literature.
Violence in literature.