Hoban, RussellPublisher: Bloomsbury
Resource Type: Book
Through the use of the internet as a plot device Hoban blurs the line between reality and fantasy. He delves into the questions of male sexuality, art and pornography and the nature of the unconscious. He categorizes normal human behaviour as complex and fragile, full of checks and balances and he delights the reader by demonstrating how these safety nets can fail. He ponders the new questions of communication for a society addicted to "surfing" and intimacy means one-on-one on line.
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