Category Archives: Response to Minimalism.

No Country For Old Men

No Country For Old Men is officially the longest piece of minimalism that I have read. I found it interesting that even though there are no quotes for dialogue I was not confused as to what was going on.On the … Continue reading

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Popular Mechanics

He following is in response to Raymond Carver‘s “Popular Mechanics.” In this minimalistic piece of fiction, a couple fight over their child—they are splitting up and both want custody so they play tug-a-war with the baby until it seems like … Continue reading

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Hills Like White Elephants

The following is in response to Ernest Hemingway‘s “Hill’s Like White Elephants.” Before studying minimalistic pieces of fiction, I did not read anything claiming to be minimalist; In fact, I avoided them. I thought that they were just a way … Continue reading

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