|Chapter title||Post-millennial Literature: Key Figures and Contexts|
This chapter investigates the British novel since 2000 by thinking about how a range of novels demonstrate a concern with the ability of contemporary prose fiction to maintain the 'meanwhile' which, according to Benedict Anderson, has been crucial to the novel's representational techniques since its inception.
|Keywords||British novel, contemporary fiction, Benedict Anderson|
|Book title||Cambridge Companion to British Fiction 1980-present|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Place of publication||Cambridge|