Postmodernism often gets a bad rep. Rather, it might be more apt to say postmodern work is often regarded as heady and pretentious. It comes with loads of self-aware baggage, the peculiar collagist’s sense of attention and indifference to structure; a certain terror of definition. This stigma is exacerbated by the fact that intellectual elitists tend to use postmodern theory as a velvet rope to barricade the hoi polloi from the club of sophistication.
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