In the post-apocalyptic novel The Road, Cormac McCarthy presents the collapse of language brought on as a direct consequence of a nuclear-winter cataclysm. In this dystopic narrative, tropes of this phenomenological breakdown abound: representations
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These stories appear time and again because, perhaps now more than ever, we find in the complexities of our daily lives a desire to cut away the chaff, the politics, the trappings of modernity, and remind ourselves that below it all, there is something terrifying, inspiring, depressing, or hopeful within ourselves.
A man and his pregnant spouse awaken in the middle of the night to “a long shear of light and a series of low concussions.” Sensing the worst, the man fills his bathtub with water, and his instincts are borne out.
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