Since "Jazz" basically explores the society and its people, the
novel can well fall in the cannon of a literary movement called
"Postmodernism." There is a very unique kind of lyricism in "Jazz"
and it is highly appreciated by both reviewers and literary
critics. As the novel proceeds, we come across several points where
the prose becomes a song or a poem, and then it eventually goes
back to its original form. "Jazz" has been included in the course
of study at several schools and colleges in the English speaking
countries. It is now considered as one of the most significant work
in African-American literature. Literature Help: Jazz Copyright
Chapter One: Introduction Chapter Two: Plot Overview Chapter Three:
Character Chapter Four: Complete Summary Chapter Five: Critical
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