postmodernismliteratureJohn Barth
John Barth, a trailblazing postmodernist author known for his complex and darkly humorous novels, has passed away at the age of 93.

John Barth, an emeritus professor of English and creative writing at Johns Hopkins University and a prominent figure in postmodern literature, died at the age of 93. Barth challenged literary norms with his innovative novels and essays, including works like “Giles Goat-Boy” and “The Sot-Weed Factor,” and was a key figure in the literary movement that questioned traditional approaches to fiction and advocated for new, experimental forms of storytelling.