Post-Modernist and Cosmopolitan aspects in Haruki Murakami's After Dark

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Harbir Singh Randhawa


The connection of Postmodernism and Cosmopolitanism is deeply interlocked by the visible traces of Globalisation in literature. With globalisation following immediately after the peak of Postmodernism; the contemporary mood of literature frequently switched between the typical postmodernist denial of classifications and the constant cosmopolitan tendencies of identical consumerism all over the world. As a consequence, such literature was produced which showcased the dynamic contemporary dispositions of a consumerist society that individualistically engages itself in postmodernist abstractions and cosmopolitan self-absorption.


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