Life After God Summary

Everything you need to understand or teach Life After God.

  • 6 Literature Criticisms
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Essays & Analysis (6)

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In the following negative review, Handy focuses on the theme of spiritual crisis in Coupland's Life after God. Is this what our scary Judeo-Christian God has come to, Abraham's fearsome ... Read more
838 words, approx. 3 pages
In the following negative review of Life after God, Bloom states that Coupland "sees the telling detail and hears the revealing bit of dialogue, but he never goes behind or beyond them."... Read more
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In the following review, Peterson faults the weak characterizations in Life after God. Imagine a sour Prufrock on Prozac, measuring out his 30-odd years in teaspoon-sized stories. This is the monotoni... Read more
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In the following review, Burnham offers a mixed assessment of Life after God, stating that "what is most interesting and important about Coupland's work is how it functions as an ideolog... Read more
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In the following review, Horton discusses the theme of despair in Coupland's Life after God. "You are the first generation raised without religion," reads the epigraph that opens ... Read more
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In the following review of Life After God, Mannes-Abbott summarizes the issues raised in Coupland's work. A couple of years and novels separate Douglas Coupland and Jim Lewis, while a couple of... Read more