The seventh installment of the Twelve Months of Classic Literature is Postmodern Literature.
It is difficult to define Postmodern Literature, since it encompasses wildly different books and authors. However, they share some common techniques, like metafiction, magical realism or intertextuality. While I haven't read many of the postmodern classics, I've read some postmodern books. As the month is almost finishing and I haven't had time to read and review a classic in this category, I decided to put together a list with my favorite works of postmodern literature.
1. Don Quixote - Miguel de Cervantes
2. Kafka on the Shore - Haruki Murakami
3. A Tale for the Time Being - Ruth Ozeki
4. Watchmen - Alan Moore
5. Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell - Susanna Clarke
6. If on a Winter's Night a Traveler - Italo Calvino
8. Maus - Art Spiegelman
9. The Victorian Trilogy - Félix J. Palma
10. The Messenger - Markus Zusak
11. Europa - Romain Gary
12. Pedro Páramo - Juan Rulfo
13. Sleepwalking Land - Mia Couto
14. Agnes - Peter Stamm
15. Strange Pilgrims - Gabriel García Márquez