Post-Postmodernism: Are We There Yet?

August 2, 2009
(was 08.03.2008)

Salman Rushdie's new novel is called "The Enchantress of Florence." It's a tale of two cities, consisting of stories tucked inside stories tucked inside stories...along the lines of Scheherazade's stories of "One Thousand and One Nights." In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, Salman Rushdie talks about "The Enchantress of Florence," as we explore postmodernism. Also, the fictional indie rock band, Monkey Bowl, and the story behind their song, "Al Gore: The Musical."

  1. Salman Rushdie on "The Enchantress of Florence"

    Award-winning author Salman Rushdie talks to Steve Paulson about his new novel, "The Enchantress of Florence".

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  2. Amy Elias on Postmodernism

    University of Tennessee Associate Professor Amy Elias identifies the three types of postmodernism for Jim Fleming.

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  3. Christian Lander on "Stuff White People Like"

    Christian Lander sees himself as an expert on "Stuff White People Like".

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  4. Robert Ellis Orrall on Monkey Bowl

    Singer/songwriter Robert Ellis Orrall talks about his fictional indie rock band, Monkey Bowl.

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