Capitalist epics: Abstraction, totality and the theory of the novel

Cunningham, D.I. 2010. Capitalist epics: Abstraction, totality and the theory of the novel. Radical Philosophy. 163, pp. 11-23.

TitleCapitalist epics: Abstraction, totality and the theory of the novel
AuthorsCunningham, D.I.
KeywordsKoolhaas, OMA
JournalRadical Philosophy
Journal citation163, pp. 11-23
ISSN0300-211X
YearSep 2010
PublisherRadical Philosophy Ltd
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PublishedSep 2010

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