Is it the task of the novelist to push the boundaries of the medium?
Yes, experimentation keeps writing vital, reinvigorating and reinventing it for subsequent generations.
No, it's the job of the novelist to tell a story and create character - experimentation is just tedious and/or pretentious.
There's a place for both traditionalism and the avant garde in the novel.
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