Blankety Blank: A Memoir of Vulgaria

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Blankety Blank
Author D. Harlan Wilson
Cover artist almacan & Brandon Duncan
Country United States
Language English
Genre Irrealism, Bizarro, Science Fiction, Horror, Postmodernism, Memoir, Novel
Publisher Raw Dog Screaming Press
Publication date
Media type Print
Pages 188 pp
ISBN 978-1-933293-50-9
OCLC 259224953
Preceded by Dr. Identity
Followed by Technologized Desire

Blankety Blank: A Memoir of Vulgaria (2005) is a novel by American author D. Harlan Wilson.[1]

The novel critiques the idea of the memoir as a form of truth-telling and problematizes history and narrative itself as possible modes of truth. It contains various “short histories” and literary devices that are flagrantly inaccurate or misguided, all in a way that underscores the constructedness of the human condition, as well as humanity’s collective racist tendencies.


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