Everything, All the Time, Everywhere: How We Became Postmodern

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About the Author
Stuart Jeffries is a journalist and author. He was for many years on the staff of the Guardian, working as subeditor, TV critic, Friday Review editor and Paris correspondent. He now works as a freelance writer, mostly for the Guardian, Spectator, Financial Times and the London Review of Books. He has written two books Mrs Slocombe's Pussy: Growing Up in Front of the Telly and Grand Hotel Abyss: The Lives of the Frankfurt School.
"Erudite and entertaining ... Everything, All the Time, Everywhere is a detailed and convincing horror story of the amalgamation of the two most dominant intellectual paradigms of the past half century."
--Ryne Clos, Spectrum Culture

"Jeffries is a rarity: a journalist with a serious interest in cultural theory ... who writes about it in a way that is both scholarly and welcoming to non-theorists ... entertaining and astute."
--Joe Moran, Times Literary Supplement

"In holding a mirror to a familiar world, Everything looks to reveal hidden complexities ... eminently readable, without eliding the difficulties that are so key to its intrigue."
--Daniel Baksi, The Arts Desk

"Splendidly readable ... Jeffries packs a remarkable knowledge of postmodern culture into these pages."
--Terry Eagleton, Guardian

--William Davies, New Statesman

"Everything, All the Time, Everywhere finds Stuart Jeffries examining simply and engagingly how a loss of values and critical thought has led to our 'post-truth', irrational world."
--Choice Magazine

"A lively, sparky book."
--Michael Rosen, BBC Front Row

"Not only instructive; [Everything, All the Time, Everywhere] is a pleasurable read ... brilliant and entertaining."
--Lisa Downing, Financial Times

"Engaging and richly detailed."
--Christopher McMichael, New Frame

--D.L. Dusenbury, Spectator

"Everything, All the Time, Everywhere is a book replete with philosophical, social, and political references and its range of material is truly impressive."
--Sean Sheehan, popmatters

"Pertinent ... on class, and capital, [Jeffries] is good."
--Stuart Kelly, Scotsman

"Stuart Jeffries' animated and witty approach in Everything, All the Time, Everywhere is an exhilarating and even intoxicating look at the shambles the relationship between postmodernism and neoliberal capitalism has created."
--Ron Jacobs, Counterpunch