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084f2db8c6 Eisenhower Library. Self-reference and playing with fictionality, often regarded as postmodern traits in literature, fit well to Kundera's novels in which he refrains from creating an illusion of reality. This recurrence of themes makes it difficult to avoid repetition in the analysis of his novels. This affinity means not only a shared view of the function of the novel in general and similarities in its construction, . 65-82 Kundera considers himself to belong "under the same roof" with what he calls "the Pleiades of great Central European novelists": Franz Kafka, Jaroslav Haek, Robert Musil, Hermann Broch, and Witold Gombrowicz (The Art 124; Oppenheim 9). .. Of course, he is considered to be a modernist writer (some call him even a postmodernist), but what the broader concept of modernity intellectually, historically, socially, and culturally means for him and how this is expressed in his texts has not been thoroughly examined. Chapter Three: Falling Out of History Download PDF pp. 114-133 Kundera emphasizes the idea that being open to facing the new is a virtue in a novelist, but where he is concerned with the possibilities of human existence, his oeuvre is in fact unified thematically. πRendered by PID 2204 on app-609 at 2016-09-02 02:58:35.163356+00:00 running 59eac3b country code: NL..