Art, of course, is an illusion, thoughnmany frequently overlook that fact andntreat it as a direct representation ofnreality. Increasingly, modern novelists,nare calling attention to their form sonthat people will recognize fiction as fiction.nSome, like John Fowles, do it wellnby masterfully manipulating time, whilenothers take a more heavy-handed . . .

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