Examines the association between gambling and ideology theory in the novel `The Music of Chance,' by Paul Auster. Analysis of the theory of chance and seduction by Jean Baudrillard; Reference of the growth of the gaming industry as a symptom of late capitalism; Conflict between the antagonistic orders of satisfaction and exchange.
|Number of pages||16|
|State||Published - 1 Mar 2000|
- Music of Chance, The (Book)
- Gambling in literature
- Ideology in literature