Is Fargo (1996) a problematic and Fargo (2014) an integrated representation?

“The decisivestructural difference is that here we are not dealing with an abstract a priori condition on the face of life, a condition which seeks to realise itself in action and therefore provokes conflicts with the outside world which make up the story of the novel; but rather a purely interior reality which is full of content and more or less competition with reality of the outside world, leads a rich and animated life of its own and with spontaneous self-confidence, regards itself as the only true reality, the essence of the world: and the failure of every attempt to realise this equality is the subject of the work.”

György Lukács, The Theory of the Novel

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