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Prof. Sarah Brouillette

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University of Toronto

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Employment History

Assistant Professor, Literature Department

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Associate Professor

Carleton University


Member of the Literature Faculty


graduate degree

University of Toronto

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Sarah Brouillette (PhD, English, 2005), Associate Professor, Department of English, Carleton University; Assistant Professor, Literature Department, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (2006-09)

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Sarah Brouillette (University of Toronto), "New York's Literati in Derek Walcott's The Fortunate Traveller" Abstract

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Sarah Brouillette (University of Toronto)


After the success of Eggers's first book, says Sarah Brouillette, a graduate student at the University of Toronto who has written about Eggers as an example of a writer who has gained "subcultural status" by creating "anomalous" print objects, "there was no way he could maintain any integrity without going back to self-publishing."

"If he had decided, after all the controversies over how much money he made, to go back to mainstream publishing," says Brouillette, "that would have meant the end of his reign.What's important for a writer like Eggers is subcultural authority, which is dependent on things like limited distribution and difficulty of access.He had to do something to maintain a level of interest in being an anomaly."

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