Scott McClintock

Scott McClintock is an associate professor of English and comparative literature at National University in San Bernardino. His research interests include literatures of the Americas, anti-terror discourse critique, the Indian novel in English, and Cold War cultural studies. He has published on Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh, Franz Kafka, Laureano Alban, and the culture of the Cold War. He lives in Big Bear City, California. 


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Rereading Thomas Pynchon: Postmodernism and the Political Real


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